The first one I want to share is Scholastic's Whiteboard Lessons found at www.scholastic.com/interactivewhiteboards
You have to download a little program to be able to use the free lessons, but it didn't take me long at all. So I just basically checked it out and was very impressed. I clicked on one of the programs, Capacity Lesson (Grade 1) by Joey Savoy which is in the Science & Math section.. and here is an example of what you see and/or do...
And then moved the boxes that said "answer" to see if I was correct...
Also, a friend of mine introduced me to a fun little free web-based game called Acrobabble. You can use things like Yahoo, AIM, Facebook, Myspace, etc to sign in to play. You can create a little "nickname" and then join in the fun!! www.acrobabble.com
You can see your category in the upper left corner, and your timer bar counting down. You simply write a phrase with the letters given.
And then everyone in the room votes for the "best one" ... if you win the next category choice is yours. You simply click the category you want from the list, and then you can choose if you want random letters, or a word, and then if you want to add or subtract 10 seconds, or just leave it as it is... and don't forget to hit the submit button or your category will default to "general"
And last but not least, there is a fun link that lets you in on the secrets of LOL and all those combos that we look at and go huh? Got an older texting child and you just can't understand what all the cryptic acronyms and symbols people us... check it out at www.netlingo.com