Thanks so much for using Internet 4 Classrooms with your students and children to find the best educational resources. Our newsletter focuses on sharing tips and ideas and asking for your input in helping make our site grow and meet your individual needs in the classroom, home school setting, and as a parent.
For many years, we have worked diligently to share the best resources that we have found for a variety of subject areas and grade levels. We are constantly updating this information on our website, and we are now sharing this information in other ways. We urge you to visit our blog
and follow us on Twitter
(internet4classr) to stay up to date with our offerings and our new sources/links for great educational and technology information
for both you and your students and children.
We also answer direct questions via email
about almost any subject matter. One of the things that we have learned is that in this Web 2.0 world is that we have the ability to share our answers with anyone who has a similar issue. We will be posting these questions on our blog in the coming months, and encourage you all to post comments and read other comments to learn from your colleagues. Our user community is a great resource for information on almost any educational or technology topic.
The Holidays!During December, the sights and sounds of the Holiday season are everywhere. This is a great time to remind our students and children that many of us are celebrating different holidays and that we can learn a lot from each other by celebrating our differences.
Don't forget to check out the Holiday/Seasonal section on Internet 4 Classrooms. We have resources for:
Featured Resources on Internet4Classrooms.com
We've created a new section on our site to highlight material that you may not have seen. Check out our Featured Picks, including one of our favorites:
- Virtual Field Trips - These links are great to visit far away
places over the winter break, while you are warm in your house. Enjoy
museums, treasure hunts and faraway places. Please read
the introduction first, as planning is critical to a successful trip. Remember it is the
journey, not just the destination that provides the learning experience!
- Holiday Resources - From projects to history, you'll find it here.
- Math, Math, Math - Who says learning can't be fun?