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Thinkfinity WOW Resource List

Below is a table with suggestions of Thinkfinity Interactives that will WOW and engage your students in learning. Please enter additional Interactives in the appropriate rows below. Be sure to complete the Resource/URL and Classroom Context columns. Under the Classroom Context, please make a note if the Interactive can be used in other content areas and/or grade levels:

Subject
Grade Level(s)
Resource / URL
Classroom Context
Language Arts
Primary
Interactive Venn Diagram: http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/venn/index.html
Students create compare/contrast Venn diagrams about characters in books, between two different books, etc.Can be used in any subject area and grade level where a Venn diagram would help students organize their thinking.
Language Arts
Intermediate

Students create an illustration/ Doodle related to a book they are reading or a writing assignment.Can be used at all grade levels and in other content areas.
Language Arts
Middle level
New Voices in Young Adult Literature:http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/podcast-episodes/voices-young-adult-literature-30556.html
This podcast could be used to do “book talks” on current YA books
Language Arts
High school


Math
Primary


Math
Intermediate
Bar Grapher:http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?id=63
Students view graphed data and input their own data to create a graph
Math
Middle level


Math
High school


Science
Primary


Science
Intermediate
Zap Reaction Time: http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/interactives/zap.html
Testing reaction time; collecting and charting data
Science
Middle level


Science
High school


Social Studies
Primary


Social Studies
Intermediate


Social Studies
Middle level


Social Studies
High school
Drop Me Off in Harlem:http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/exploring/harlem/artsedge.html
Students take a virtual walk through Harlem to get a historical view of Harlem and the artists and writers from the Harlem Renaissance.This can be an interdisciplinary resource on development of the arts and artists.
Other
Primary


Other
Intermediate


Other
Middle level


Other
High school