Welcome to the NYNET Resources for Teachers Projects Page 

Projects and resources included in this website are the result of the Capital Region Collaboration for Technology Education (CRCTE) Title III Project and the NYS Virtual Learning Space. Teacher teams from across the Capital Region have created these lessons, activities, web quests, treasure hunts, and projects to help students learn a variety of concepts and material through active, technology integrated learning experiences. Each of these resources was developed to align with New York State Learning Standards and the majority of resources address standards from across several disciplines. Lessons and other materials presented on this website are organized by subject area and grade range and are meant to be shared and used in classrooms.

Resources vary in length and depth, from a brief 15-minute lesson designed to address a specific concept, or a fully developed unit designed to be taught over a number of weeks. Be aware that longer projects may take a while to download, so we ask your patience. Please go forward, explore, and enjoy.

Click on a number within the grid to see a list of titles and descriptions 
for each grade level and curricular area.


NYNET Resources for Teachers 
Sample Projects

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Lets Get Ready 
for the NYS Fifth Grade Social Studies Exam
Review and practice websites and activities for the 5th grade exam
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Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt


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Los Paises Treasure Hunt
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Designing an 
Ocean Habitat



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Anne Franks World

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K - 2 3 - 5 6 - 8 9 - 12
Art & Music 2 7 10 5
Business 0 0 0 6
English/Language Arts 19 17 29 10
Foreign Language 1 2 6 1
Health, Physical Education and Family & Consumer Science 2 3 19 3
Math 2 9 18 5
Social Studies 9 36 43 23
Science 24 28 26 5
Technology 2 3 12 1
Special Education, Basic Skills &Learning Center    12 Curriculum Weblists
22  Elementary   | 13  MS-HS
              

Projects are continually being added to this site. It was last updated on 06/02/2004.