A short documentary made by C-SPAN on the history, meaning, & provisions of the U.S. Constitution, as well as the operation of government w/in the parameters set forth in the U.S. Constitution. Video footage highlights the operation of the legislative, executive & judicial branches of government by providing footage of several recent events & activities. This pin didn't work right for some reason, so click here for the video…
Word Sort - This online interactive word sort allows the child/teacher to select which specific short vowel sound to work on and then provides a drag and drop chart that separates them into word families. The charts can also be printed once completed.
Roasted Corn with Queso, Cilantro and Chile (Mexican Street Corn) - I discovered this preparation of corn when I went to a really cool Mexican restaurant in the Charleston area...can't wait to make this!
This site included vocabulary activities that can get the students up and moving! Most games are developmentally appropriate for second- or third-grade students and can be completed in whole class grouping or in small groups.
Podcasts are great because you get a new episode every week, or month, so there is always something new to listen to. Plus they cover such a broad range of topics and interests so you can find something for everyone. They are a great way to build on your child’s interests and expose them to different ideas and topics for loads of learning opportunities. Plus they are just plain fun!
In this episode of The Speech and Language Kids Podcast, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark explores different stuttering therapy activities that you can do in speech therapy to help your kiddos who stutter.