List of public pages created with Protopage

3rd gradeGovernment Power Point


Search Engines For Kids

Newspaper Article Creation



3rd Grade Habitat Power Point



3rd grade Birthstone Power Point


Birthstone Project

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Sticky note

Type in your birthstone in the Google Search Box. Then choose images. Place your mouse cursor over the image and then right mouse click and choose copy. Then go back to your Power Point and right mouse click and choose paste. Your picture will then appear.


3rd grade Health/Science/Social Studies




Brecksville/Broadview Heights

Force and Motion

50 States


Rocks and Minerals

Animal Adaptations



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Message from Mr. Wasil

These bookmark widgets go in order of our 3rd grade health,science and social studies curriculum. We start with Safety, then Brecksville/government,Rocks and Minerals, then Forces and Motion and so on...

2nd grade Grade Weather




Cirrus Clouds

Cumulus Clouds


Parts of Water Cycle


Water Cycle

2nd Grade Ohio Animals



Animal Classification




Holidays around the World


Diwali- Hindu festival

Los Posados

All Different Holiday Celebrations

Christmas in the United States, Europe, Germany or Mexico



St. Lucia Day

ABC games



Holiday Games


Holiday Games


Student's Page


Games/Activities/General Sites

Students' Favorites

2nd grade Solar System



2nd-3rd grade Language Arts


Theme Test Review Games


Stories of the week

Grammar Games





Accelerated Reader Books

Because of Winn Dixie



3rd grade Math


Problem Solving





Math Links


Power Points

K-1st grade



Math games


MH Group



End of Year Survey

Free Time



Valentine Games




Search Engines For Kids



Easter Games

Cleveland Field Trip


Links to websites

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The Arcade

Arcade Cleveland opened in May of 1890 in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It was the first indoor shopping center in America. The Arcade Building is on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the bottom two floors of the beautifully restored Arcade are home to shops and restaurants. The Hyatt Regency Hotel occupies the top three levels.

Burke Lakefront Airport

Burke Lakefront, a full service airport, is located on the shore of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland. When it was built in 1947, it was the first downtown airport in the United States. The International Women's Air and Space Museum, located in the airport terminal, recognizes the accomplishments of women in aviation and space travel. The airport is also the home of the Cleveland Air Show.

Children's Museum

Located at University Circle, the Children's Museum gives kids the opportunity to learn by doing fun things. Exhibits include Splish! Splash!, which is all about water transportation; Bridges to the Community, where kids can push their own grocery carts, go through the check-out line, "bank" with play money, and pump their own "gas," among other activities; and The Big Red Barn, based on the book by Margaret Wise Brown and designed for the youngest kids (ages 0-4) and their caregivers, featuring a working silo, a barn slide, and an apple orchard. From Cleveland

Cleveland City Hall

Cleveland City Hall is located in downtown Cleveland. When the 3 million dollar City Hall building opened on July 4, 1916 there was a citywide celebration. Today the building houses the mayor's office, City Planning, Finance, Public Health and Public Safety departments. The building has a beautiful Rotunda (room with a dome) is available for parties and weddings.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Rainforest

The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opened at its current location in Old Brooklyn, Ohio in 1907. The zoo is home to more than 2000 animals from all over the world, many residing in natural-like, open-air settings. Learn about all these animals while walking or taking a tram through the zoo's 183 acres. Favorite exhibits include the African elephants, the "Wolf Wilderness" and the "Australian Adventure." A two-acre, enclosed Rainforest features some of the wildlife found in the tropical jungle. You can see over 10,000 plants and 600 animals. You can see a 25 foot waterfall and even feel what is like to be in a tropical rain storm. From

Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art is located on Wade Oval, in the University Circle neighborhood. The museum opened on June 6, 1916. Today the museum holds almost 45,000 works of art from around the world. The works of art include paintings, drawings, statues, books and more. It is free to visit the museum. Along with the artwork, the museum has a store and a cafe.

Museum of Natural History...

Located in Cleveland's University Circle area, The Museum of Natural History is a treasure that contains over 4 million specimens. Exhibits include dinosaur bones, natural gemstones and fossils, and a huge section on Ohio birds, plant life, insects, and archeology. The planetarium in the museum allows kids and adults to view and learn all about the moon, the stars, and the galaxy. From Cleveland

Cleveland Public Library

The Cleveland Public Library located in downtown Cleveland was founded in 1869. The current building opened in 1925 with white marbles staircases, beautiful chandeliers, painted murals and decorated ceilings. Today, the library consists of two buildings, the Main Library Building and the Louis Stokes Wing. The Eastman Reading Garden is located between the two buildings. The main library branch takes up an entire city block. The library has 11 floors, 267,000 square feet, more than 30 miles of bookshelves with enough room for 1.3 million books. The library circulates almost 10 million items.

Crawford Auto Aviation Museum

The Crawford Auto Aviation Museum is located in the University Circle neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio. What's more fun than seeing dozens of shiny antique cars, trucks, racing cars, and airplanes? The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum is home to many of these vehicles, you can even sit in some of them. The Crawford has a sizeable collection of early Cleveland-made autos. From Cleveland

Playhouse Square

Playhouse Square is the second largest performing arts center in the United States. It is located in the heart of downtown Cleveland. Nine theaters make up Playhouse Square. The theaters were constructed in the early 1920s. The mission of the theaters is to engage and educate the community through the arts. More than 1,000 shows are scheduled each year, with an emphasis on family-friendly, affordable programming. Musical theater, dramatic plays, films, concerts and dance performances are just some of what you can experience here. From Mommy Poppins

Great Lakes Science Center...

The Great Lakes Science Center is located near Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. See and touch hundreds of hands-on exhibits, visit the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, immerse yourself in our six-story Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX® Theater or climb aboard a historic Great Lakes freighter. Marvel at science demonstrations performed right before your eyes, discover mysteries of the unseen world or learn what's being done to save the pandas. From

Greater Cleveland Aquarium

The Greater Cleveland Aquarium, located in the Powerhouse on the west bank of the Flats, opened in January, 2012. This Cleveland attraction features more than one million gallons of water and marine life than ranges from local Lake Erie fishes to exotic fish from around the globe. The Greater Cleveland Aquarium features 40 tanks of fish and aquatic animals and plants in 10 galleries. Central to the museum is an exhibit dedicated to the marine life of Ohio's rivers, lakes and streams. Other exhibits include "Weird and Wonderful," which is housed in the old coal tunnels of the Powerhouse; "Coastal Zone," which offers visitors a chance to touch a ray, starfish or even a shark; and "The Shark Tank," which houses a variety of fish and other sea creatures, mainly from the Florida coast. From Cleveland

Old Stone Church

The Old Stone Church is located on Public Square in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The current structure was built in 1853. The building, built out of gray sandstone was the first stone church in Cleveland. The building has caught fire twice, and has been rebuilt. Today the building is known as a Protestant worship and activity center and a "church for all people."

Quicken Loans Arena

Known as "The Q," Quicken Loans Arena is located in the heart of downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The building opened its doors in 1994 as Gund Arena. It became Quicken Loans Arena in 2005. It is the home to the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers, the AHL Lake Erie Monsters and the AFL Cleveland Gladiators. Each year The Q has over two milion guests with over 200 events.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is located on the shore of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It has a giant collection of rock and roll artifacts. You can see Lady Gaga’s shoes, view one of Mick Jagger’s stage outfits and John Lennon's guitar. The exhibits are constantly changing. The whole place is very high tech and totally interactive. The 150,000 square-foot museum has seven floors and four theaters and cost 92 million dollars to build. Even young kids can enjoy their own listening stations, where they can listen to music and watch music videos. From

Progressive Field

Progressive Field is a baseball park located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It is the home of the Cleveland Indians. It was built in 1994 and orginally named Jacobs Field. In 2008 the name was changed to Progressive Field when the naming rights were sold. The ballpark can hold over 37,000 fans. Heritage Park at Progressive Field is the home of the Indians Hall of Fame which honors the greatest Indians players.

Public Square

Public Square is a 10-acre, four block plaza located in the heart of downtown Cleveland, Ohio. in 1979, "The area had been used to graze farm animals. Public Square was the first street in the world to be lit by electric street lights. Today the area is green space used as a park for outdoor concerts, parades and special ceremonies.

Terminal Tower

The Terminal Tower is located on Public Square in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It opened in 1930 as the worlds 4th tallest building. The skyscraper is 708 feet tall with 52 floors. It serves as an office building and is part of Tower City Center.

University Circle

University Circle, about one square mile, is located in Cleveland, Ohio. It is refered to as the cultural, medical and educational center of Cleveland's east side. Major institutions that call the University Circle area home are Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Institute of Art and Music, University Hospital and many more. The area is being updated to include more housing, entertainment and dining as well as new cultural experiences.

Severance Hall

Severance Hall is a concert hall located in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. It opened, looking like a white marble palace, at a cost of 7 million dollars as the home of the Cleveland Orchestra in 1931. After renovations, the hall can hold about 2300 people. There is a restaurant and a retail store.

Soldiers and Sailors Monument

Located on Public Square in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, the monument, completed in 1895, remembers the city's sacrifices and the events of the Civil War, 1861-1865. The monument cost $280,000 to build. The bronze base of the 125-statue 9,000 names of Northeast Ohio Civil War Veterans. The inside contains four bronze panels representing the beginning of the war, the Civil War Relief Society, the Emancipation of the Slaves, and the End of the War. There are also rows of stained glass windows. From Cleveland

West Side Market

The West Side Market, located in Ohio City, celebrated its 100th birthday in 2012. It has been providing generations of Clevelanders with a way to eat fresh, local food for nearly a century. Over 100 vendors sell their wares every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Baked goods, produce, cheese, meats and prepared foods make this a great stop for lunch. Tourists from all over the world visit the market. Last year there were over one million visitors. From Mommy Poppins and

William G. Mather Museum

A part of the Great Lakes Science Center, the William G. Mather is an authentic 1925 Great Lakes bulk freighter, permanently located at North Coast Harbor in downtown Cleveland. The 618-foot, 14,000-ton steamship opened to the public as a museum in 1991. Visitors can climb aboard and get a glimpse at what life on Lake Erie was like in the early 20th century while visiting the cargo holds, pilot house, guest quarters and four story engine room. The museum is open to visitors from May to October. From

U.S.S. Cod

The U.S.S. Cod, docked in Lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio since 1976, is operating as a memorial to submariners who lost their lives. The Cod was first launched on March 21, 1943. It is 312 feet long and weighs 1,525 tons. The Cod was one of 200 submarines used in the South Pacific during World War II. It was named after a fish. Visit the Cod between May and September. Visitors enter and exit the submarine through the same hatches and ladders the sailors used. Come view the torpedo room, peer through a periscope and aim a 5-inch gun.

Veterans Memorial Bridge

When this bridge was constructed in 1918 (originally called the Detroit-Superior Brdige) it was the world's largest double-deck concrete reinforced bridge. The top level was used for automobiles and the lower level for streetcars, The lower level can be toured by visitors, but is no longer used for vehicles. The bridge is 3112 feet long and links Detroit and Superior Avenes over the flats of the Cuyahoga River Valley in downtown Cleveland. The bridge was renamed the Veterans Memorial Bridge on Veterans Day in 1989.