Wednesday, September 16, 2015


Rainforest Animals Trading Cards

Are you looking for a way to add interest to your Rainforest unit? Do you want to add more activities to your learning stations? Are you searching for a project which integrates learning and technology? Download my Rainforest Animal Trading Cards package!

Included is a set of 54 trading cards highlighting birds, reptiles, insects, primates and other mammals of the rainforest. These trading cards can be printed on card stock, laminated, and trimmed to produce a set of playing cards. The deck is divided into four suits of thirteen with two jokers, allowing students to learn while playing any standard card game. Also included are the documents "Educational Trading Card Games" and "Creating Educational Trading Cards". The first document contains three original study games for classes and small groups. The second document gives teachers and students the step by step instructions required to create their own cards using a free online resource.
Love them! Great addition to our rainforest unit. Thanks!

Great quality color pictures when printed on card stock. My students love the information on the cards and the games they can play with them. GREAT product!!

This is a great product and very attractive. I've shared with our computer teacher where to find your materials and I plan to purchase more from you in the future.


Conservation Central  (Online Activity)

Take a walk in this virtual Virginia forest and do field research using the same scientific methodologies and tools that Smithsonian scientists use to monitor forest biodiversity!

Fact-Filled Bingo:
Rainforest Animals

“Fact-Filled Bingo” is a computer program sure to bring excitement to your Rainforest Animal unit. Instead of numbers, the talking robot calls out random rainforest inhabitants complete with pictures and interesting facts. Forty bingo cards suitable for laminating are provided. Also included is the computer program “Fact-Filled Slideshow”. Hook up your classroom PC/Mac to a SmartBoard or projector to highlight 48 different rainforest animals. Again the talking robot does the narrating. Ideal for projects where students select an animal to research. Both programs use text-to-speech technology to make the robot speak. As a bonus I’ve included the manual “Text-to-Speech” which teaches you how to make your PowerPoint presentations talk. A free online utility accepts your text and coverts it to a sound file, which in turn can be imported into slides. Ideal for the computer lab!

See the software in action by watching the following YouTube video:
Great fun! My students really enjoyed! Thank you!

This was fun and engaging for my students!

I am really looking forward to using this in my 6th grade class! Great looking product!


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