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ModernChalkboard: SMART Board Lessons for the Elementary Classroom

July 19, 2015

ModernChalkboard.com has a large collections of SMART Board lessons for elementary school teachers.  Their Notebook lessons work with SMART Board interactive whiteboard systems and cover a variety of topics. They are from the same team as SuperTeacherWorksheets. ModernChalkboard also has tons of resources for teachers. This includes those looking to energize their SMART Board lessons.

SMART Board Lessons

ModernChalkboard: SMART Board Lessons for the Elementary ClassroomThere are certainly plenty of interactive math activities. This includes topics like perimeter, telling time, counting money, and fractions.  When it comes to science, you’ll see even more options. Electricity, human body, and the solar system are just a few of the science topics you’ll find. ModernChalkboard also includes interactive classroom calendars, social studies topics, grammar lessons, and early literacy.

ModernChalkboard is offering two promotions. First, use the code TWENTY to save $20 on individual memberships. Alternatively you an use the code SMART for $100 off a school site license membership. [limited time]

You can also check out a some of ModernChalkboard’s free SMART Notebook files on their site!

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