It’s never too early for students to learn about the dangers of fine print. This interactive site helps students understand that a deal may not always be as good as it seems at first glance. Students complete three activities to learn how to spot a deal that sounds too good to be true. Then they look at six different ads using a calculator to determine whether the deal being advertised is a good deal or a bad deal. Finally, students use a calculator to determine the actual cost of the goods being sold in two different ads. With advertisements bombarding us daily, it is important to teach students how to read them and determine whether they are good deals or too good to be true.
See more at http://www.tv411.org/reading/understanding-what-you-read/reading-fine-print
Want to practice your grammar and you ninja skills at the same time? Grammar Ninja can help! This interactive site gives students allows students to work through three levels of mastery by throwing ninja stars at different parts of speech within sentences. The beginning level focuses only on nouns and verbs. The Skilled Ninja level adds in pronouns, articles, adjectives, and adverbs. Finally, Master Ninjas identify all eight parts of speech. Each level ends in a Mission Complete screen that displays the student’s time, number of incorrect answers, and rank, so even when they have completed a level, they can also go back to try to master it more quickly and accurately.
See more at http://www.kwarp.com/portfolio/grammarninja.html