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About the Olympics in Beijing

by Samuel Sennott

Check out these two  activities found on the Intellitools Classroom Suite Activity Exchange here:

http://aex.intellitools.com/searchdetails.php?act_key=abouttheolympicsinbeijing

http://aex.intellitools.com/searchdetails.php?act_key=olympicsevents

About the Olympics in Beijing

Screenshot of About the Olympics in Beijing
Required Software:
IntelliPics Studio 3 or IntelliTools Classroom Suite
Overlay Maker 3

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size: 14.43 Megabytes
uploaded: 08/13/2008

Created By: Cindy Kerr [Send Message]
Skill Level: Grades K-2
Curriculum: Language Arts   Life Skills   Social Studies
Accessibility Features: Switch
Activity Details: Easy look at Olympic vocabulary such as: flag, mascots, torch, Beijing, bird’s nest, water cube, opening ceremony and more.
Photo credits on first page: freep.com and Getty Photo membership for educational use.
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Olympics Events in Beijing

Screenshot of Olympics Events in Beijing
Required Software:
IntelliPics Studio 3 or IntelliTools Classroom Suite
Overlay Maker 3

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size: 19.39 Megabytes
uploaded: 08/13/2008

Created By: Cindy Kerr [Send Message]
Skill Level: Grades K-2
Curriculum: Language Arts   Life Skills
Accessibility Features: Switch
Activity Details: Did you watch the Olympics? Which events did you like? Easy way to identify events and talk about skills using pictures and sound effects.
Photos for educational use from freep.com and Getty images.
I will update as results come in!
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August 14, 2008 - Posted by | Special Education | , , , ,

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