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June Features from Internet 4 Classrooms

June Features from Internet 4 Classrooms

June Blog | App of The Month | What's Happening |
New- Online Practice | New- Printables | New- Answer Keys |
Teacher Resources | Parent Resources | Technology Tips |
Other Areas of Interest | Common Core |
SAT and ACT Test Preparation

June brings Black Music Month, Child Vision Awareness Month, Flag Day, Father's Day, the First Day of Summer, and much more.

June Blog: 8 Tips for Kids on How to Nail Presentations in the Classroom

8 Tips for Kids on How to Nail Presentations in the Classroom

This month's blog is 8 Tips for Kids on How to Nail Presentations in the Classroom .

Has your child ever come home with a presentation to craft and deliver in the next few days? Do you wonder how you can inspire your little ones to upskill themselves and provide excellent presentations?

Delivering presentations is a vital skill for children to develop, enabling them to express themselves confidently, articulate their ideas effectively, and engage with others in various academic and social settings. Presentations teach children how to organize their thoughts, structure information coherently, and communicate their message clearly and compellingly.

Guest Blogger Ashish Arora is Co-Founder of SketchBubble, a leading provider of result-driven, professionally built PowerPoint Graphics templates. Travelling the world to gather new creative ideas, he has been working in the digital marketing space since 2007 and has a passion for designing presentations.

App of the Month

Every month we are going to feature a different, and hopefully FREE, iPad/iPod/iPhone/Android educational application. Visit our ever-changing app page.

The App of the Month for June is Play and Learn Engineering by PBS Kids ( iOS and Android ).

Play and Learn Engineering is an educational, fun-filled app that helps your child learn through play. Kids can explore and learn engineering concepts with games that grow with them. Experiment, problem solve, and unlock new challenges along the way. Design machines and roller coasters, build with robots, and explore obstacle courses. Add to your child’s distance learning by introducing them to games with simple engineering tools.

Make STEM concepts fun at home. These early learning games for preschoolers help your child develop a better understanding of the world around them. Our app empowers your preschooler to test science and engineering concepts and solve problems on their own. Use early learning tools designed so the app grows with your child.

Our family games encourage parents and children to learn together. The parent section is an award-winning tool that helps you guide your child’s learning both in and outside the app.


ENGINEERING GAMES – 8 educational games for kids

  • Sandwich Machine – Design and build a whimsical machine to move a sandwich from one place to another.

  • Animal Feeder – Spark your imagination! Craft and build a sandwich machine to feed your hungry animal friends.

  • Track Tracer – Design and construct a roller coaster that takes your friends on a wild ride with lots of hills and loops.

  • Roller Adventure – Create a roller coaster track that goes up, down, and around obstacles.

  • Robo Builder – Build a tower by stacking boxes and testing simple physical science concepts.

  • Kitty Rescue – Can you create a tower high enough to help the kitty climb down from the tree?

  • Cavern Crawler – Problem solve using simple machines such as pulleys and levers to go around or remove obstacles and get through the cavern.

  • Lava Leaper – Don’t fall into the hot lava as you problem solve to avoid obstacles and reach the exit of the lava cave.


  • Explore each game! Design and build to get familiar with basic engineering tools.

  • Learn and grow! Problem solve and test concepts to pass each level.


  • Parent Section - Get tips for activities and games that engage your child in STEM education.

  • Early learning activities encourage your preschooler to take their engineering design skills beyond the app.

  • Educational games for kids that were developed with early childhood experts.


The Play and Learn Engineering app is part of PBS KIDS’ ongoing commitment to helping kids build the skills they need to succeed in school and in life. PBS KIDS, the number one educational media brand for kids, offers all children the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television and digital media, as well as community-based programs.

For more PBS KIDS apps, visit www.pbskids.org/apps.


The Play and Learn Engineering app was created as part of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and PBS Ready To Learn Initiative with funding from the U.S. Department of Education. The contents of the app were developed under a cooperative agreement (PR/Award No. U295A150003, CFDA No. 84.295A) from the U.S. Department of Education. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.


Across all media platforms, PBS KIDS is committed to creating a safe and secure environment for children and families and being transparent about what information is collected from users. To learn more about PBS KIDS’ privacy policy, visit pbskids.org/privacy.

Play and Learn Engineering is available for Apple and Android devices.

Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later on Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and Android version 4.4 and up on your Android device.


Here are some of the June events that you can celebrate or make note of this month:

  1. Black Music Month

    Celebrate music and influential African American musicians, from jazz musicians to singers and songwriters.

  2. Child Vision Awareness Month

    Did you know that 25 percent of school-aged children have vision problems? Make sure to get your child's eyes checked before starting school this fall. Here are some great tips and resources for parents. If your child does have vision problems, I4C also has resources for the visually impaired.

  3. World Environment Day (6/5)

    Protect nature and the Earth not only today but every day! Find out about how human activities affect the environment. Learn about conserving resources. Here are some great activities about recycling you can do in the classroom and at home.

  4. Flag Day (6/14)

    Did you know that we celebrate Flag Day today because on this day in 1777, the Continental Congress adopted our national flag? Find history about the U.S. flag, lesson plans, crafts, and more on our Flag Day page.

  5. Father's Day (6/16)

    Did you know that Father's Day wasn't an official holiday until 1966? Honor all the fathers in your life today with Father's Day crafts, printables, recipes, and celebration ideas.

  6. First Day of Summer (6/20)

    Happy Summer Solstice! Find out what causes the change of seasons. You can find fun and educational summer activities here.


Internet4Classrooms now offers Online Practice and Interactives, covering Kindergarten to Eighth Grade Common Core Mathematics. Look for a rapidly growing variety of thousands of practice quizzes tied to the Common Core State Standards, School Subjects, Activities, and Holidays.

Check out our Online Practice Quizzes. More grades and subjects coming soon.

New Online Practice Quizzes Made Available in June

We have released many new online quizzes during the last months supporting the Common Core Standards.

Try them out, and then use them with your students as:

  • Bell Ringers,
  • In Class Assignments,
  • Homework or
  • Extra Credit.

Here is a list of the newest quizzes by grade.


Internet4Classrooms offers Printables, covering Kindergarten to Sixth Grade Mathematics. Look for a rapidly growing variety of thousands of practice worksheets tied to the Common Core State Standards, School Subjects, Activities, and Holidays.

Check out our Common Core Printables. More grades and subjects coming soon.

New Printables Worksheets Made Available in June

We have released thousands of new printables worksheets during the last months supporting the Common Core Standards.

Try them out, and then use them with your students as:

  • Bell Ringers,
  • In Class Assignments,
  • Homework or
  • Extra Credit.

Here is a list of the newest worksheet sets by grade.

    New- Answer Keys

      New Worksheet Answer Keys Made Available in June

      We have released thousands of new answer keys for our printables worksheets during the last months supporting the Common Core Standards.

      Remember that you can sign up for answer key access here: https://i4c.xyz/n89msyv.

      Here is a list of the newest answer key sets by grade.


      1. Many historical events happened this month which you can cover in your classroom. Check outI4C's History page for lesson plans, videos, activities, and other resources to supplement your lessons!

      2. Use your summer vacation for professional development! Find out more about workshops, seminar series, online courses, and technology based learning concepts.

      3. Spend this summer doing some summer reading of your own. Get inspired with this book list or focus on professional development with this list.

      4. Take the time this summer to prep for next year. A great way to do that is to get acquainted with technology you can use in your classroom. Try these great iPad apps that can benefit you in the classroom. Also, learn how social media can be used to your advantage.

      5. Do you know CPR? Here is a list of places that hold classes, recertification and even online CPR courses and certification.

      6. Be sure to check out I4C's collection of free educational iPhone and iPad apps.

      7. Remember to visit our Teacher Tools section. This home page contains all the topics you need to use during the school year.

      8. Go to our grade level help for lesson plans, activities, instructionals, and tools organized by grade and subject.


      1. Don't let your kids stay idle this summer. I4C has great educational activities and tons of ideas on how to have fun this summer.

      2. Celebrate Father's Day with some great activities and crafts you can do at home! Visit our Father's Day resource page to find out more.

      3. Keep your kids reading this summer! Make it fun for them by doing a reading challenge, joining a summer reading book club, or participating in events at your local library. Find book lists, printables, parent resources, and more here.

      4. Summer is a great time to visit museums! Search for museums in your area or even visit a museum from home!

      5. Be sure to check out I4C's collection of free educational iPhone and iPad apps for you and your child.

      6. You can always visit our Parent Resources page to get grade level practice sites, find online sources, and information pertaining to homework, special needs, reading help, and more.

      7. Don't forget our Technology Tutorial section in case you need refresher courses in your computer skills.


      1. Summer STEM Activities Bucket List:
        Summer is coming and that means we can take our learning outside with Summer STEM Activities! Nothing makes learning more exciting for kids than learning outdoors. There’s something about the fresh air and freedom that just makes learning more captivating. To make sure all of your fun plans happen during the short summer window, Shelly Brewer created a Summer STEM Activities bucket list.

        Learn more in the article found: HERE

      2. Let's Make: The Tech Interative at Home:
        These fun DIY engineering and at-home activities can be put together with inexpensive store-bought materials or objects you find around the house. Adults, consider having your learners gather the materials first as part of a scavenger hunt. Remind them to be creative about what could be a fastener, connector or decoration! The Tech Interactive has also included some brain breaks like jigsaw puzzles, coloring pages and more.

        You can find out more: HERE.

      3. 5 Planning Tips for a Memorable Summer STEM Program:
        With the end of the school year quickly approaching, you may be thinking towards summer. For many teachers, summer is a time to plan for the next school year. However, some teachers, as well as public librarians, museum educators, YMCA leaders, and more informal STEM educators are looking forward to running summer school, camps, or other summer programs. These types of events require months of planning, from the curriculum to the snacks. This article, outlines five important items to consider as you plan for your upcoming summer STEM program.

        Learn more by visiting: HERE.

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      1. Resources for Educators - In this section you can find classroom resources for Exceptional Children, Smartboards, Character Education, Web 2.0 Resources and other topics.
      2. Resources for Parents - Parents can find resources
        on assisting their children with homework, time management, Internet Safety, subject area resources, grade level resources and more.

      Common Core State Standards at I4C

      Our Common Core State Standards are full of resources for every individual standard. Students can take control of their own learning by clicking on the page with the standard number, and choosing their own resource to practice that skill.

      Check out our Common Core Math High School Algebra Standards, Common Core Math Standards, and Common Core ELA Standards.

      SAT and ACT Test Preparation

      Free Online Practice Resources for ACT Tests and SAT Tests. I4C now offers free SAT and ACT vocabulary and math quizzes. Join our SAT and ACT Test Preparation program and log in as much as you'd like. Students can take practice tests on 5000 vocabulary words or over 1000 math problems. Parents and Mentors can log in to monitor your scores - including seeing which vocabulary words that were missed. Interactive quizzes allow the test taker to retake and study as much as they want.

      Sign Up Here for ACT Test & SAT Test Preparation.



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