Five Friday Finds

I know it is Monday; I'm playing catch-up after taking Friday off!
Often, finding good web resources are the hardest part of the job for an educator.  With all the demands on a teacher's time, who has time to spend searching?  If this is you, here are some resources you may found useful.  Please feel free to share with others!

General-
Site to “inform and entertain educators about copyright in a non-profit setting.”

ELA-
Site has quizzes, practice & game activities for students to improve their grammar.  There is a download area where teachers can download the quizzes in pdf format, and 100 conversation questions.

Math-
The National Math Trail: http://www.nationalmathtrail.org/
“The National Math Trail is an opportunity for K-12 teachers and students to discover and share the math that exists in their own environments. Students explore their communities and create one or more math problems that relate to what they find. Teachers submit the problems to the National Math Trail site, along with photos, drawings, sound recordings, videos--whatever can be adapted to the Internet.”

Science-
NASA is looking for science experiment proposals that can be performed in both the classroom and by astronauts aboard the International Space StationGeared towards students in grades 5-8, the proposals are due December 8, 2010.

Social Studies-
“In this lesson, students examine the new Times Opinionator series Disunion, which “follows the Civil War as it unfolded.” They then analyze Civil War-era primary sources to use as writing prompts for their own contributions to a Civil War blog.”

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