1.) Mayan Math - I let my students interact with this site to get a good concept of Mayan math and how it was used and compared it to glyphs.
2.) Greek Gods - when we write stories about Greek gods students can look up information on gods and goddesses.
3.) Timeline Eons - Interactive timeline
4.) Broadsides - Interactive storyline about life on a ship, while looking at skills and qualities, such as leadership.
5.) Kids World Map - Interactive map and game
6.) Stack the States or countries - interactive game for cities, capitals, states, countries and nations.
7.) Geo Walk - interactive globe with photos
8.) Tapquiz Maps - Students test their knowledge before map quizzes
9.) Greek alphabet flashcards
10.) History books - for me and primary source use
11.) European Exploration - Educational game learning about exploration, maps and basic budget/economics.
12.) Nazca - interactive maze of Nazca lines
13.) Word to word - association for slow readers to build upon vocabulary
14.) FX Action Movie - camera feature that blows up image (students like to use in videos)
15.) Islamic compass - finds Mecca
16.) Daily Enlightenment Quotes - Has Buddhist and Chinese proverbs and more
17.) Gravity lite - learning about Newton's laws, interactive
18.) This Day - What happen on this day in history (provides 4-5 facts)
19.) Art Museum - matching game with artists and work.
Most of these were the free version, but I hope it helps.
Anyway has anyone heard of flipping a classroom? If so, have you tried it? I would like to know the results from someone who tried first hand.
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