This month we feature nine fascinating topics from around the internet. From space to grammar and calendars to cheese fires, there’s something here to intrigue any student!
Seven recent Tweets featuring: slow-mo ladybugs, avalanche on mars, 99 life hacks, dragon evolution, sleep, Skype, and a puzzle.
Here are five intriguing and incredible photos I’ve gathered from around the web: cracks and carts, shuttle flyovers, fascinating fish, beautiful clouds, and a misplaced tiger. Enjoy!
We’ve seen some awesome logic paradoxes, now let’s examine a few visual paradoxes that would make great mental warm-ups for your class! The penrose triangle, penrose stairs, impossible cube, the blivet, and the Möbius strip! Plus, download a powerpoint to share with your students.
Nothing ignites creative thought like seeing what it’s like “behind the scenes!” Here are six links detailing the process of everything from creating beautiful McDonald’s hamburgers to a writing a clever Pixar story.
As a gifted kid, M.C. Escher fascinated me. Without a doubt, he continues to fascinate the gifted kids I work with. Here are some links to inspire a study of Escher in your classroom.
A quick look back at some popular articles and important personal moments. Plus, my wish for 2012!
Seven resources from around the web. From beautiful volcanos, winter carnivals, and art lessons to gingerbread stories and tackling a fixed mindset. Put them to use in your classroom.
After creating a list of gifted characteristic lists, I decided to tackle gifted education myths. Here’s seven lists to separate the myths of gifted students from reality.
Six word stories, transforming children’s drawings, the most expensive photograph ever, gifted adults on their childhoods, and much more. Check out these seven gifted ed resources originally shared on Twitter.