Learning Synths

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High school, Middle school

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Humanities, music

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On this website, you’ll learn the basics of using synthesizers or synths. This is a hands-on instructional website. No prior experience or equipment is required. You will do everything right in your browser. As you continue, you’ll learn how to use a synth’s controls to design your own sounds using LFOs, oscillators, and filters.

A Thin Line

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Technology

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This is an important site for tweens and teens to visit because it addresses some of the most common digital dangers. And because the site was designed by MTV, it’s edgy and trendy, which means kids might listen to the advice. The real-life stories should definitely make an impact on teens who need to be clearly presented with the possible consequences of online actions.

Math and Logic Problems

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1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High school, Middle school

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algebra, arithmetic, calculus, geometry, Mathematics, mathematics, statistics, trigonometry

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This website provides practice math activities and questions from grades 1-12 and different concepts of mathematics. The website helps students/ children to work on and develop an understanding of problem-solving. This website also provides students to practice in the classroom setting or home setting.

Purple Mash

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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Elementary, Kindergarten, preK

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Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, Technology

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Purple Mash Is a resource that can be used for children in grades k-6. This program offers different opportunities that increase children’s skills in online learning. There are open ended tools that help promote creativity and computer skills, along with math, spelling, and grammar. Children can complete tasks and teacher can track progress of their students along the way.

Reading Vine

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Reading Vine
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Elementary, High school, Middle school

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ELA, Languages, literacy

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Reading Vine is a website that has personalized short passages to improve children’s reading skills. The stories are a great length for a short reading activity and they have questions at the end of the passages to facilitate reading comprehension. Registering for an account will also allow you to make PDFs or print the passages you would like to use in class!