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Old 08-17-2011, 04:00 PM
 
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I want to put together a list of good websites the students can go to if they are done with their work before others. Care to share any that you feel are good for gifted students?

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I love http://coolmath-games.com/, especially the logic games. They have classic logic puzzles like wolf, cabbage, and sheep in an interactive flash format. My class of 4th graders loved to brainstorm together to solve these. http://www.learn4good.com also has some of these. I'm kind of researching the same thing right now, and I am looking on hoagiesgifted.org for good links.
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Thank you! I will add these to the list and check out hoagies...I forget to look there! I was trying to google, but I'm getting so many that aren't all that good and/or not appropriate.

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http://www.setgame.com/set/puzzle_frame.htm

It also links to a daily Quiddler challenge which is great for vocabulary.
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Old 08-21-2011, 08:58 PM
 
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-Thinking Blocks (I can't remember the website, but it is great for gifted kids and LD kids and everyone inbetween and those with both!)

-SumDog (Also one for everyone, but for your gifted kids you will need to set the levels a lot harder)

-There are some fantastic online Spelling Bees that would be fun for gifted kids


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free rice, free poverty, and Web Rangers (through the National Parks Service).
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room21moose dot com and click on "Explorations" for quite a few sites that I have found that work for grades 4/5.
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My kids LOVE arcademicskillbuilders. They can compete against each other in private matches or compete against other students in public matches. It is mostly math, but also has some geography and language arts.
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