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Symbaloo Lesson Plans

Symbaloo Edu has a marketplace with ready-made lesson plans. I signed up awhile back to get a weekly lesson plan from them, but I realized it's difficult to keep track of them all. I decided to create a list with the lessons I get in my inbox. I've tagged them with grade levels and subject areas so it's easy to find what you're looking for.

Today's Learning Path of the Week was created by Jantzarino. This learning path is geared towards ESL middle school students, however, it is also suitable for all middle school students to help refresh their computer vocabulary.

In this lesson, students will acquire basic computer vocabulary, through an interactive board-game full of images, videos, and questions. The assignment should take students 100 minutes to complete. Check it out!

Today's Learning Path of the Week was created by Jamey Boelhower. This learning path is suitable for middle school students in eighth grade.

In this lesson, students will learn to identify and reinforce the eight basic parts of speech, through an interactive board-game full of images, videos, and questions. The assignment should take students 40 minutes to complete. Check it out!

Created by Courtney Wiley and is suitable for middle school students in eighth grade.

In this lesson, students will identify different aspects of the Cold and Korean War, through an interactive board-game full of images, videos, and questions. The assignment should take students 90 minutes to complete. Check it out!

Lesson by Jamey Boelhower. This learning path is suitable for high school students.

In this lesson, students will learn to understand the C.A.R.S. criteria for evaluating websites in order to discern if a web site is a hoax or not, through an interactive board-game full of images, videos, and questions. The assignment should take students 15 minutes to complete. Check it out!

Today's Learning Path of the Week was created by Sara Selby. This learning path is suitable for high school students.

In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of what a subject-verb agreement error is and how it can be prevented and corrected, through an interactive board-game full of images, videos, and questions. The assignment should take students 60 minutes to complete. Check it out!