Sites Used by the Cove Kids 2009-2010

http://www.classscape.org
Great site to practice Reading and Math skills for the NC EOG

http://collazocove0910.wikispaces.com
Collazo Cove’s website containing all links, jobs, and many products from 2009-2010

http://edu.glogster.com
Site where students can create online interactive posters

http://edmodo.com
An easy to use, safe social networking site where teachers can send out/receive assignments, links, messages to students

http://myebook.com
Site where students can easily create multi-media online books

http://puzzlemaker.discoveryeducation.com/
Site where students and teachers can create quick word puzzles like crosswords and word searches

http://myths.e2bn.org/
Myths and Legends Story Creator allows students to create comic style stories using a large selection of backgrounds and objects.

http://earth.google.com
Google Earth is a free download which allows students/teachers to explore the Earth, ocean floor, moon, and mars while adding multi-media components in specific places being studied

http://www.voki.com
Site where students/teachers can create personalized avatars which will speak whatever is typed, or you can record your own voice

Building Homes of Our Own
A free software program with which students can learn the economics and problem solving involved in planning, building, and selling a house

http://gaggle.net
A protected student email, blog, and storage site for students. Lee County provides accounts for all teachers and students in grades 4-12.

http://tutpup.com
Site where students compete against children from around the world to solve math problems at various levels

http://covekids.wordpress.com
Cove kids blog where we post and comment on various topics – open to public comments (monitored by Mrs. C.)

http://wikispaces.com
Wiki (website) platform we use to create collaborative websites for various projects

http://wallwisher.com
Site where students/teachers can use virtual sticky notes to post vocabulary, ideas, thoughts on a virtual bulletin board

http://www.buildyourwildself.com
Site where students can create their own animals using lots of real animal parts. Descriptions of the purpose of each part is included.

http://wordle.net
Site where students/teachers can create word pictures from written material or word lists