Our 5th grade Spanish students have been busy with their country reports! The students each selected a Spanish-speaking country, researched it, and wrote a formal report. Next, they created a digital poster, using Glogster, highlighting their favorite things about their country. You can see their completed posters on the Gallery page of this website. To view a poster in full screen, mouse over the top right corner and click on the full screen icon.
It Defies Natural Law: https://t.co/peXPUyl3QW @FRCdc — TKCS Library (@TKCS_Library) March 25, 2016
Check out SciJinks, a joint NOAA/NASA site that puts fun into learning about weather, meteorology, & earth science. https://t.co/SElLhGBSMA — TKCS Library (@TKCS_Library) March 4, 2016
If you would like to know where the 2016 candidates stand on issues important to Christians, check out FRC’s Presidential Voter Guide. Not registered to vote? If you are not registered to vote in New Jersey, you can access a New Jersey Voter Registration Application right now from NJ Elections. Just select your county and language, fill out the PDF form online, print it, fold it, and drop it in the mail. It’s already addressed and postage is free. [Read More]
Complex Grammar in the Genome Defies Evolution https://t.co/sQ6tOHXwaB — TKCS Library (@TKCS_Library) February 1, 2016 Read the current issue of Acts & Facts online here.
Here’s a look at the best learning websites for students and teachers, from Common Sense Graphite! Best Learning Websites of 2015 | graphite Blog https://t.co/ZHZ6jJtNZr via @graphite — TKCS Library (@TKCS_Library) January 8, 2016
We all know that primary sources enrich our learning in a way that secondary sources cannot–they take us back in time to the actual events we are researching. Here is a list of 5 excellent websites for primary source material: The New York Public Library’s Digital Collection National Archives National Archives Digital Vault Library of Congress World Digital Library Life Photo Collection hosted by Google Cultural Institute (formerly Life Photo Archive) For additional primary sources, be [Read More]
The Hour of Code is finally here! For anyone who is looking for more resources to go deeper into coding, try our Resources page. If you have questions, see Mrs. Filip or Mrs. Scaffidi.
Goodbye, Searchasaurus! Hello Explora! EBSCO is retiring Searchasaurus, Kids Search and Student Research Center, the three EBSCO interfaces used by students in grades K through 8. In place of these, EBSCO has rolled out Explora, a beautiful graphical interface that allows students to browse and search in a variety of ways. Explora contains the same databases as Searchasaurus, Kids Search and Student Research Center, but they are displayed in a new and improved way, based on research on [Read More]