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### Saxon Math Intermediate 3 - 5 - Student Activities - Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

2 to 6
Although intended for use with Saxon Math, use these activities as a supplement for any math curriculum. Sorted by grade level, these activities include the specific Saxon Math lesson...more
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Although intended for use with Saxon Math, use these activities as a supplement for any math curriculum. Sorted by grade level, these activities include the specific Saxon Math lesson they follow. Included are calculator activities and real world investigations at each grade level. Especially interesting are the enrichment problems provided at each grade level. These links provide 3 sets of enrichment problems: one for individual work, one for group work, and one for use in a family setting.

tag(s): addition (227), calculators (40), charts and graphs (197), decimals (125), division (161), factors (39), fractions (228), money (185), multiplication (211), subtraction (187), symmetry (51), time (141)

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These activities are perfect for use on your interactive whiteboard or on classroom computers to practice math skills. Be sure to look at activities for the grade above and below yours for remediation or enrichment. Share a link to activities on your classroom website or newsletter for practice at home. Have students complete real world investigations for homework and share findings by creating a podcast demonstrating their understanding and steps used to complete the investigation. Use a site such as PodOmatic (reviewed here).

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### Number Bonds Worksheet - Mathsonline

2 to 5
Create worksheets for practicing addition for any target number with this website. Choose a number and enter it in the box then click on "create worksheet." Forty different problems...more
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Create worksheets for practicing addition for any target number with this website. Choose a number and enter it in the box then click on "create worksheet." Forty different problems will display that have a total of your target number.

tag(s): addition (227), operations (123), subtraction (187)

#### In the Classroom

Move beyond using this site as worksheet practice by making it a partner activity. Print the worksheets for a target number and have one student quiz another on the missing number. For example, print worksheets with a target of 47. One of the problems will be 31 + 16 = 47, and the student with the worksheet will provide 16 to his partner and the partner will state the missing number of 31.

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### Websites Like - Alternatives to Your Favorite Websites - WebsitesLike

K to 12
Do you have favorite websites and want to find others that are similar? WebsitesLike is just the thing! Simply type or paste in a website url or keyword to generate ...more
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Do you have favorite websites and want to find others that are similar? WebsitesLike is just the thing! Simply type or paste in a website url or keyword to generate a list of similar websites. Receive up to 50 alternatives that may meet your needs. How does it work? Web sites have hidden "metadata" visible to search engines, such as keywords and brief descriptions. This tool compares to find others with similar metadata.

tag(s): search engines (62)

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Use this site for professional purposes to find materials to use in your classroom. You could provide this link to students to use during research projects or even to find additional remediation help for a challenging topic. Demonstrate the site on your interactive whiteboard or projector.

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### LiveTyping - Online Text Recorder - LiveTyping Studio

3 to 12

LiveTyping is a text recorder that records as you type. It records absolutely everything entered, typos, deleted letters, new versions... etc. When finished, click "Enliven" button...more
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LiveTyping is a text recorder that records as you type. It records absolutely everything entered, typos, deleted letters, new versions... etc. When finished, click "Enliven" button to replay what you typed. Use links to view the text as a picture link (animated gif format), obtain code to place in a website or blog, or code for use in a forum. Options include choices of font type and size, typing speed, and size of image. Note that the link to "Truly Lives" displays what others are typing or have typed. These may not be appropriate for young people, so avoid this area. Play a sample here.

tag(s): editing (72), note taking (40), paragraph writing (17), process writing (48), sentences (50)

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Use LiveTyping on your interactive whiteboard (or projector) as an interesting way to demonstrate editing or improving sentence/paragraph writing. Type or copy/paste in text, make editing changes, then "Enliven" to save the image or to replay the finished product. Have students do the same to show their own editing/revision process. Teach about different types of sentences (simple, compound, complex, etc.) by typing with this tool and sharing the examples on your class web page, showing how to combine sentences or improve sentence variety. Compose paragraphs and improve the topic sentence LIVE with "instant replay" for students to see how the writing/thought process can work. Then have them make their own in class or for homework. Use the codes provided to embed or save completed examples on your class website, wiki, or blog for students to view at home. Use different examples for students to use as a resource for editing decisions. During poetry month or a poetry unit, challenge students to write a haiku "live" or to add figurative language to a simple line of poetry "live" as we watch.

Demonstrate note-taking or composing a "main idea' sentence as a class after reading a passage and share the final product as an example. What a great tool for science or social studies literacy for Common Core!

Teachers could share tonight's homework assignment using this engaging tool and share it on the class web page in hopes that students might actually DO it!

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### TagCrowd: Make Your Own Tag Cloud From Any Text - Daniel Steinbock

K to 12

TagCrowd is a web application to visualize word frequencies in any text through creation of a word cloud, text cloud, or tag cloud. Simply type or paste in any text, ...more
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TagCrowd is a web application to visualize word frequencies in any text through creation of a word cloud, text cloud, or tag cloud. Simply type or paste in any text, import from any website, or upload a file to begin the word cloud. Choose from options such as language to use, limit number of words, exclude words based on frequency, or exclude unwanted words. Save as a PDF, print, or embed the finished image using links included with the finished product. The most frequently used words appear larger and in a bold font.

tag(s): speech (89), vocabulary (321), word clouds (11)

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This is a great visual tool to use. Take a poll and have your students type their answers into the word cloud builder. Then display on an interactive whiteboard or projector and see which answer was the most popular. Use this site as a way to help students see and memorize text, especially visual learners. Use it also when writing poetry or to "see" themes of repeated words and images. Have students paste in their own writing to spot repeated (and monotonous) language when teaching lessons on word choice. Use this site to surprise students with words that appear often in their writing. Have students work in groups to create word posters of vocabulary words with related meanings, such as different ways to say "walk" or "said" and decorate your classroom with these visual reminders of the richness of language. More ideas for primary grades: Dolch words, class names, numbers to 20, words with the same beginning letters, collection of ALL the words that hang in the classroom (so students can walk around and find/touch them on a laminated Word cloud card in their hands), or any collection of similar words.

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### KidsTV123 - YouTube Channel - KidsTV123

K to 3

KidsTV123 offers a great YouTube channel with over 100 early learning videos. Find learning videos about time, colors, letters, spelling, states, and many other skills. There is a wide...more
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tag(s): alphabet (86), alphabetical order (19), animals (322), colors (80), counting (113), countries (81), dental health (22), phonics (70), preK (288), spelling (168), states (165), time (141)

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View videos on your interactive whiteboard or projector. If you allow students to explore on their own, take caution since they could click and go elsewhere on YouTube. To share a single video safely at a center, use a tool such as View Pure, reviewed here, and create a shortcut to the View Pure page directly on the desktop. Share a link to this site with parents through your classroom website or newsletter for students to view at home.

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### Crickweb Grades K-2 learning games - Crickweb

K to 2

Learning is fun with these simple to play educational interactives. Compare and contrast scenes from the past to today, label animal names, or drag and drop names of classroom items....more
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Learning is fun with these simple to play educational interactives. Compare and contrast scenes from the past to today, label animal names, or drag and drop names of classroom items. Click on the icon next to the description to begin game play. Note - this site was created in the United Kingdom. So American English speakers may notice a few differences in spelling, vocabulary, or money .

tag(s): animals (322), listening (87), money (185), preK (288), reading comprehension (123)

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Use this site on your interactive whiteboard (or projector, as a center, or whole class activity. Create a link on classroom computers for students to practice reading skills. Share with parents through your classroom blog or website for at-home practice.

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### Quipper - Quipper

4 to 12

Quipper is a wonderful quiz maker. Click the "Make Your Own Quiz" to get started. The quizzes then are approved by the website and published as an App available via ...more
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tag(s): quizzes (105)

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Use this tool for creating practice quizzes for your students to take on their Android and iOS devices. Students can save their place in the quiz and return to it later. Students can also review previously taken quizzes. Pretest your gifted students and allow them to "test out" of material they already know. Use as a formative assessment to see what material needs more review with classes. Have students each write a review question and combine them to create a quiz together as a class during review days a few days prior to a major test or semester final. Students can take the quiz on their own for at-home study.

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### PicMonkey - PicMonkey

K to 12

Use this free and simple tool to edit your photographs. Find tools including: crop, rotate, exposure changes, color adjustment, resizing, and sharpening/blurring. Use other included...more
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Use this free and simple tool to edit your photographs. Find tools including: crop, rotate, exposure changes, color adjustment, resizing, and sharpening/blurring. Use other included effects such as touch up and blemish removal. Add text and include overlays and borders on the photo. The all important Undo button is also useful. Upload your picture, edit and manipulate it, then re-save back to your computer.

tag(s): images (277), photography (157)

#### In the Classroom

This tool is so simple to use! Use it to edit pictures for class projects or for publishing to a blog, wiki, or site. Use these fun photo effects for creating interesting pictures for About Me information on a blog or other sites. In primary grades, teachers can use it to edit pictures you can share on your class web page, perhaps a student of the week. Use for pictures of lab events in science. These pictures can be incorporated into presentations or other multimedia products using online tools or PowerPoint. Students can dress as a historical figure, take and upload a picture, and use in classroom projects. Have students upload a photo add voice bubbles to explain what they learned using a tool such as Superlame, reviewed here. Be sure to check district policy about using student pictures, though the website does not "keep" them. If using pictures from the Internet, be sure to discuss copyright issues and approve pictures that students use. Find Creative Commons they can use (with proper credit) on Compfight, reviewed here.

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### Math Two - MathTwo.com

1 to 6
Math Two is a great site to use as practice for addition and multiplication math facts. Type a response to the given problem and you will get immediate feedback. Activities ...more
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Math Two is a great site to use as practice for addition and multiplication math facts. Type a response to the given problem and you will get immediate feedback. Activities are marked easy, medium, or very hard. The concept is very simple, yet provides an alternative to simple flash cards. Be aware: the links at the top to activities for specific ages were not all working at the time of this review. Please preview the activities to be certain the links are active.

tag(s): addition (227), multiplication (211), operations (123)

#### In the Classroom

Create a link to this site on classroom computers for students to use with math fact practice. Challenge students to increase difficulty levels on the site. Provide this link on your class website for students to use to practice at home.

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### Teaching Channel - Videos, Lesson Plans, and Other Resources for Teachers - Teaching Channel

K to 12

Explore this video showcase of innovative and effective teaching practices from America's schools. The video library offers a wide range of subjects for grades K-12. Videos also include...more
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tag(s): assessment (113), behavior (46), classroom management (159), commoncore (99), differentiation (53), firstday (25), inquiry (34), newbies (15), professional development (164), rhythm (21), substitutes (18), video (278)

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Mark this one in your favorites for those times when you need inspiration. View videos as a way of finding fresh lesson ideas with practical suggestions for implementation. Share this site with other teachers, viewing videos together during professional development sessions. This site is a great site for mentoring new teachers to develop professional skills. There are even videos to share with your class on your interactive whiteboard or projector.

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### KIPTOWN - Kindergartners In Progress - Asset-Eight, Arizona PBS

K to 1

Kiptown is a site to develop kindergarten readiness skills. The town contains five locations, each with an opportunity to practice different skills. Practice literacy, math, science,...more
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Kiptown is a site to develop kindergarten readiness skills. The town contains five locations, each with an opportunity to practice different skills. Practice literacy, math, science, social/emotional, and other skills. Visit the school, firehouse, restaurant, or grocery store. Hover over a location to find the link, then click to enter. Listen to directions in each area. You get feedback with each attempt and an apple at the completion of each section. Be sure to check out the information for parents and caregivers as well as standards, books to use, and other websites for kindergarten readiness.

tag(s): communities (37), literacy (106), number sense (96), patterns (87), preK (288), sequences (15), social skills (21)

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This site would be wonderful to use in a pre-K or kindergarten classroom with students who need further development of basic skills. Create a link on classroom computers or use on your interactive whiteboard with students who may need intervention help. Use this tool with ESL/ELL students. Provide this link on your class website for students who need extra practice at home.

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K to 7

Join Word GameTime for language arts, geography, math, and typing activities. Find a variety of games including brain games, crosswords, vocabulary, world capitals, and spelling. Worksheets...more
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Join Word GameTime for language arts, geography, math, and typing activities. Find a variety of games including brain games, crosswords, vocabulary, world capitals, and spelling. Worksheets and educational videos offer further explorations.

tag(s): capitals (24), countries (81), grammar (212), keyboarding (40), logic (248), reading comprehension (123), spelling (168), states (165)

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In your classroom, offer Word GameTime as a center. Have students keep a log of the games they successfully complete to earn classroom incentives. Find appropriate interactives by grade level or by subject area. Include this link on your class web page as a place for reinforcement or even enrichment.

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### ToolsforEnglish - toolsforenglish.com

2 to 12

Create exercises and quizzes for English language and other subjects quickly and easily with ToolsforEnglish. Copy and paste any text and create worksheets by filtering out prepositions,...more
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Create exercises and quizzes for English language and other subjects quickly and easily with ToolsforEnglish. Copy and paste any text and create worksheets by filtering out prepositions, conjunctions, modal verbs, and articles. You can also create documents that scramble words, sentences, or paragraphs, and for matching, multiple choice and true/false questions. Your choices create a worksheet and answer sheet to print right away or create a PDF file that you can save on your computer for later use. The introduction video requires Flash.

tag(s): quizzes (105), word study (79), worksheets (63)

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Despite the name, ToolsforEnglish is for ANY teacher who creates reviews before a test or quiz. Use the gap fill tool on your projector or interactive whiteboard and have students fill in key words to complete the exercise. Assign as homework for a study aid. Create study aids for ELL/ESL, or learning support students to review and learn. Even better: Let students take control! Have students create the tests, in order to find the keywords or quiz each other. Use in centers for a review of current vocabulary, concepts, or even mathematical practice. Divide the class into cooperative learning groups to cover all aspects of one topic. The subject options are limitless. Use as a competition. Post this link on your website as a resource for parents to help at home.

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### Oxford Owl Maths - Oxford University Press

K to 2

Find math advice, tips, ideas, games, and e-books to help bring math alive. Activities focus on two age groups, 3 - 5 and 5 - 7. The free e-books have ...more
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Find math advice, tips, ideas, games, and e-books to help bring math alive. Activities focus on two age groups, 3 - 5 and 5 - 7. The free e-books have math themes. The site's origin is British, so the "maths" curriculum or terms may be slightly different from the U.S. But numbers are still numbers! The standards are from the U.K. Don't miss the "jargon busters" under the Expert Help menu for parents to understand the math terms teachers may use. Although the site has links to items for sale, there is enough free material to be worthwhile. On some of the interactives you must click the "mark it" check mark to see if your answer is correct or not.

tag(s): addition (227), counting (113), multiplication (211), numbers (197), preK (288), subtraction (187), time (141)

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Include this link on your class web page for students and parents to use as a reference. Share the activities on your projector or interactive whiteboard. Use this site for math learning centers/stations.

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### Easy Bib - Imagine easy Solutions, LLC

3 to 12
EasyBib, the automatic bibliography and citation maker, instantly creates and formats citations for your sources in MLA format. Cite websites, books, newspapers, journals, and data...more
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EasyBib, the automatic bibliography and citation maker, instantly creates and formats citations for your sources in MLA format. Cite websites, books, newspapers, journals, and data bases correctly in seconds. All you have to do is enter your website URL, or the title or ISBN number of the book, journal, etc. in the form. You can copy/paste citations from Easy Bib into a document to create your works cited list. You will need to alphabetize the citations yourself. The paid version offers APA and Chicago/Turabian style and additional features. Pick up the latest tips and tricks in their research guide. Review the writing and citation process in an instant. and review citation rules for various styles using the reference guides.

tag(s): citations (37)

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Use your interactive whiteboard and projector to show students how to use this tool for citing their sources. Share this web site for all of your projects using research so students know the correct procedure for citations. Be sure to add it on your class web site as a useful reference.

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### PictoBrowser - Diego Bauducco

K to 12

Create stunning, embeddable, interactive slideshows of your Flickr or Picasa images using PictoBrowser. PictoBrowser is easy to use and makes it effortless to embed slideshows in your...more
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Create stunning, embeddable, interactive slideshows of your Flickr or Picasa images using PictoBrowser. PictoBrowser is easy to use and makes it effortless to embed slideshows in your blog or web page. Enter your Flickr or Picasa user name, choose images by set, tag, or group. Then copy and paste the provided html code into your blog or web page. Use the PictoBuilder to customize your slideshow by changing background color, picture size, hide thumbnails, titles or notes, or image alignment. To coordinate image groups, you will need to know basics in Flickr, reviewed here.

tag(s): images (277), slides (65)

#### In the Classroom

Easily embed slide shows of classroom activities or projects to your blog or website using PictoBrowser. Allow students to take pictures of geometric shapes; then upload images and create a slideshow on your website. Create a folder of copyright-safe images for any classroom topic such as Spanish words, colors, famous mathematicians, presidents, etc. Then use the image slideshow on your interactive whiteboard during lessons.

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### Phrasr - Pimpampum.net

4 to 12

Create online image phrases with this clever tool. Type any phrase into Phrasr's search box to find images to "match" the words. Narrow down your image choices for each word ...more
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Create online image phrases with this clever tool. Type any phrase into Phrasr's search box to find images to "match" the words. Narrow down your image choices for each word by choosing from many offerings. When complete, provide a title and name to publish your image phrase. The one misnomer here is that you can actually use a sentence, not just a phrase. Published phrases show the words in a slow left to right scroll easily read by anyone, with your selected images above each word. Make rebus-style messages by simply keeping the word with the "no image" option in some spots. View archives to find image phrases created by others (viewer discretion advised). Send phrases via email or other social tools when complete. You can also click to see your just-published phrase in the "archive" to copy the url directly. See a sample here. Our editors found that the image selections are rather unusual, unlike typical "clip art" collections.

tag(s): figurative language (16), images (277), phrases (6), poetry (219)

#### In the Classroom

Use this site to make lessons grab your students' attention (which isn't always easy). Create images for content-related phrases and display on your interactive whiteboard for students to guess the phrase. "What goes up must come down" could introduce a lesson on Newton's laws! Use as a unit starter to provide image phrases related to upcoming lessons. Have students create their own phrases with images for classmates to guess the phrase (cover the sentence with a notebook tool or similar). Use pictures to display your morning message. Use this site during a poetry unit to talk about the many visual images used in poetry and for students to compose figurative language phrases that they can test in Phrasr. In art class, use Phrasr to discuss the way we relate images to meaning.

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### Common Core Instructional Support Tools - North Carolina Public Schools

K to 12

Visit Common Core Instructional Support Tools to promote understanding and implementation of the Common Core Standards. Although produced by North Carolina Schools, the information...more
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Visit Common Core Instructional Support Tools to promote understanding and implementation of the Common Core Standards. Although produced by North Carolina Schools, the information is relevant to anyone implementing Common Core. It has several sections and includes information divided by subject and grade level. Most documents are in PDF format, making them easy to print and use. The "unpacking" section is especially useful as it takes each standard then puts the information into words explaining what a student must know and be able to do to meet each standard. This site is a "must-visit" for anyone beginning to implement Common Core Standards in their classroom.

tag(s): commoncore (99), teaching strategies (25)

#### In the Classroom

Bookmark and save this site for use in implementing and understand Common Core Standards. Share this site with other teachers and administrators in your building.

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### Membean Word Maps - Ragav Satish, Brett Brunner, Micah Elliott

1 to 12
The Membean Word Map displays all the synonyms and closely related words for any word you enter. Clicking on a synonym for the word will bring up a word map ...more
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The Membean Word Map displays all the synonyms and closely related words for any word you enter. Clicking on a synonym for the word will bring up a word map for that synonym, but your original search word will remain in the box at the top. What a fantastic way to look up a word that is unfamiliar to you or find alternatives. See words via relationships instead of in isolation.

tag(s): dictionaries (60), vocabulary development (124)

#### In the Classroom

Project this word map page using your interactive whiteboard and projector, and type in a word. Show students how easy it is to examine the different synonyms and their meanings used to help them understand the original word. What an easy way show students the different nuances and connotations of the meanings, and that not all synonyms fit in a specific sentence. You may want to post this page on your website or wiki and bookmark it on the classroom computers for parent and student use.