Heat Transfer: Conduction, Convection, Radiation
By Laurie Jarvis, Deb Simonson
In this animated activity, learners explore three major methods of heat transfer and practice identifying each.
Needs Vs. Wants
By Kristin Biekkola
In this learning activity you'll identify the difference between needs and wants related to building a personal budget.
Heat Transfer: Flash Version
By Deb Simonson
In this animated activity, learners explore three major methods of heat transfer and practice identifying each. This is the animated version with no audio.
By Claudia Zins
In this learning activity you'll review how to use possessive nouns and play a game using them.
Pie Charts/ Basic Social Studies
By Barbara Laedtke
Students interpret pie chart information and identify the parts of a chart in an interactive exercise.
Subtracting Mixed Number Fractions with Borrowing
By Pat Walker
In this learning activity you'll perform subtraction calculations using borrowing with mixed number fractions.
Science Lab Equipment- Part 1
By Bruce Bell
Students read an introduction to the lab equipment used to contain and dispense chemicals. A quiz completes the activity.
How to Convert from One Unit to Another in the Metric System
By Nabila Dahche
In this learning activity you'll practice converting from one metric unit to another.
Measuring Length in the Metric System
In this learning activity you'll explore how units in the metric system are related to each other and practice locating measurements on a metric line.
Distinguishing Between the Content Message and the Relational Message (Screencast)
In this screencast, you'll distinguish the differences between the content message and the relational message.
Using Commas in a Series
By Fay Wagner
Students read about the rules for using commas to divide nouns, verbs, and adjectives when the words are written in a series. They insert commas in a practice exercise and receive immediate feedback.
Using "Lie" and "Lay" Correctly
By Joan Hoffmann
Students view examples of the correct usage of the verbs "lie" and "lay." They then practice using the verbs in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Identifying the Main Idea
By Mary Frings
In this interactive object, learners read short paragraphs and then select the main idea of each selection.
Solving Percent Problems Using a Pyramid Grid
By MarQulyn McKinney
Students use the pyramid method to solve percent problems. The pyramid grid provides a visual way to set up the equation.
Practice with Prefixes #1
By Susan Herscher
Students practice adding some of the basic prefixes to words in the English language.
Introduction to Safety in the Chemistry Lab
Learners read about lab equipment and basic safety measures. In a quiz, they view photos and determine if the lab technicians pictured are using safe practices.
Identifying Key Words in Math Problems
By Lori Pennock, Sharon Chase, Robin Horne, Danene Dusenske, Barbara Foye
In this learning activity you'll read key words that direct you to add, subtract, multiply, or divide.
How a Bill Becomes a Law
By Melanie Buyarski
In this colorful activity, learners follow the path of a bill as it begins in the House of Representatives.
Learning to Use the Casio fx-260 Solar Calculator
By Suzi Hunsader
In this learning activity you'll explore the keys on the Casio fx260 Solar Calculator.
Changing a Decimal to a Fraction
By Mona Wenrich
In this learning activity you'll explore how to change a decimal to a fraction and learn a method to visually check the fraction for accuracy.
Learning the Elements of the Periodic Table by Name or Symbol
Students practice identifying common elements from the periodic table by name or symbol.
Using Commas In a Series - Nouns
In this learning activity you'll review the rules for using commas to divide nouns written in a series and complete an activity.
Long Division - Step-by-Step
In this learning activity you'll calculate the answers to long division problems.
Using "Borrow" and "Lend" Correctly
In this learning activity you'll review the usage of "borrow" and "lend."
Prepositions: In, On, and At
By Lori Sween
Learners read the definitions of the prepositions "in," "on," and "at" and view examples of how these words are used. They then complete an exercise by inserting the prepositions into sentences.