Magazine article Teach

Webstuff

Magazine article Teach

Webstuff

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The following websites offer engaging lessons, games, quizzes, worksheets, and a variety of interactive tools for children to learn math, reading, and languages. There are guides and tips for teachers that add fun and excitement to lesson plans.

The International Children's Digital Library

http://en.childrensHbrarv.ora

The International Ch Idren's Digital Library hosts hundreds of books from all over the world and in many languages. The site itself is also available in multiple languages. The search functions are very child-friendly, with big picture buttons that allow readers to choose if they want fiction or non-fiction, length, types of characters, and even the colour of the cover. This is a solid resource for teaching children ranging from 3 to 13 years of age to read in another language, and access is unlimited and free.

Johnnie's Math Page

www.imathpaae.com

Johnnie's Math Page has math games and learning tools for elementary and middle school students. Everything from counting to geometry, to statistics and probability can be found on this site. Various types of printable worksheets are also available for free on the page. The website offers a comprehensive list of links to various resources for teachers, including lesson plans and ideas for classroom activities. …

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