Some More Resources for Science Teachers

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March 16, 2016
Learning  A-Z, the popular provider of literacy-focused products, has recently  added some interesting resources to its Science A-Z section. These are interactive learning materials students can use to enhance their science learning. These include hands-on science lessons and experiments for kids, multilevel texts that seamlessly integrate science and reading and many other resources. To use any of these materials you need to register with Learning A-Z. Also keep in mind that while the website offers a free trail, you will have to purchase a subscription plan to use any of their resources.

For those of you not familiar with Science A-Z, this is ‘dynamic online resource that integrates science and reading into one curriculum. New online and mobile formats of Science A-Z unit content — including  Nonfiction Books, FOCUS Books Career Files, Science Diagrams, Multimedia Files, and Comprehension Quizzes — allow students to access developmentally appropriate resources independently or complete teacher-created assignments any time. Resources are available online through the Kids A-Z eLearning portal or via a mobile device through the Kids A-Z mobile app. Additional features include new digital reporting tools for teachers and a newly designed website with optimized navigation.'