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This collection of reviewed resources from TeachersFirst is selected to help teachers and students learn measurement and to plan projects and classroom activities so to reinforce concepts of both standard and metric measurement. Be sure to include some measurement activities during special sporting events such as the Olympics, World Series, or Super Bowl to give special relevance to your measurement “units”!

 

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STEM @ NCSSM - The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

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K to 12
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STEM @ NCSSM contains a large number of activities, animations, videos, and lesson plans for teaching STEM concepts to secondary students. There is also a smaller number of enrichment...more
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STEM @ NCSSM contains a large number of activities, animations, videos, and lesson plans for teaching STEM concepts to secondary students. There is also a smaller number of enrichment activities for K-8. Choose from the Science or Math dropdowns to begin exploring all items available. Each activity includes a short description of concepts included along with a link to the resource. Download lesson plans easily by choosing PDF or Word format. Take a look under the Teacher Resources for Students to find Enrichment Sessions for K-8 students. If your school blocks YouTube, some of the activities may not be viewable. You could always view the videos at home and bring them to class "on a stick" to share. Use a tool such as KeepVid reviewed here to download the videos from YouTube.

tag(s): area (50), chemicals (31), data (130), dna (67), equations (124), genetics (88), measurement (134), STEM (50)

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Use activities and lessons from the NCSSM site as a supplement to your current classroom lessons. Embed or link videos to your classroom website or blog for students to view at home. This site is perfect for use with gifted students. There are post-secondary resources under both the Science Resources and the Math Resources menus that would be ideal to challenge your gifted high school students. Find advanced lessons for them to complete at their own pace. If you are experimenting with or teaching a "flipped" classroom, resources on this site will fit right in.
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calmCounter - James Barrett

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K to 8
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Keep track of the noise level in your classroom using the calmCounter "Calmness Counter." This colorful tool is simple to set up and use. Hook up a microphone and watch ...more
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Keep track of the noise level in your classroom using the calmCounter "Calmness Counter." This colorful tool is simple to set up and use. Hook up a microphone and watch the calm counter respond to the noise level in your classroom. This is a concrete way to quantify noise level needed for goal setting and behavior (sound) management. Even the young can understand this tool's "thermometer."

tag(s): classroom management (55), music theory (23)

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Display calmCounter on your interactive whiteboard (or projector) during your troublesome, noisy times: centers, indoor recess, or group work. If you have an autistic or noise sensitive student, calmCounter can help your class become more aware of their noise levels. In music class, use to aid students in understanding dynamics in written music such as pianissimo, mezzo forte, and forte. During your science unit on sound, use calmCounter to show a rudimentary measurement of different types of sound.
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Math and Children's Literature - Let's Read Math

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K to 12
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If you integrate children's literature with math (and who doesn't?) this is a must-see site. Choose from several different elementary topics or go to links for middle and high school...more
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If you integrate children's literature with math (and who doesn't?) this is a must-see site. Choose from several different elementary topics or go to links for middle and high school teachers to find book suggestions. Each topic provides a list of matching books including author, grade, and comments. This site, though rather "plain vanilla," offers highly useful booklists that you will want to save!
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tag(s): counting (112), decimals (110), fractions (205), literature (218), logic (198), measurement (134), money (167), number sense (75), operations (94), percent (70), preK (220), probability (100), ratios (47), statistics (100), time (124)

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Bookmark and save this site for finding literature to match to math content throughout the school year. You may want to list this link on your class website for parents to use to find literature to read to their younger student. Challenge your secondary students to read one of the books... for math class! For further math-related, leveled book suggestions for student independent reading, try TeachersFirst's CurriConnects list, Math in Use.

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The Science Spot - Mrs. Tomm

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4 to 9
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This tool is a wonderful resource for both middle school teachers and students. Find lessons in any physical or biological content area. Find ideas for activities to use as part ...more
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This tool is a wonderful resource for both middle school teachers and students. Find lessons in any physical or biological content area. Find ideas for activities to use as part of your school's Science Club or interesting trivia to use as starters for your classroom. Other resources available include ideas for nature Centers, Puzzles, and links to other resources. This site has quite a few distracting advertisements.
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tag(s): atoms (51), cells (92), earth (211), ecology (128), forensics (25), insects (57), measurement (134), motion (49)

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Use the information on this site to find interesting demonstrations or facts to use when planning your lessons. Use these ideas as part of an inquiry lesson that encourages the students to be investigators and ask the questions. Students can also be the demonstrators in class. Encourage them to find an interesting idea or demonstration to perform in front of the class and "teach" the other students. Alternately, students can videotape or podcast their demonstration for viewing later on your class website. For podcasts use a site such as PodOmatic (reviewed here). To share videos, use a site such as SchoolTube reviewed here.
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Back Pack Games - Learning Games for STEM Skills - Back Pack Games

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1 to 8
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Back Pack Games is a collection of educational interactives in all subjects for elementary and middle school students. The site gathers and categorizes games from multiple outside...more
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Back Pack Games is a collection of educational interactives in all subjects for elementary and middle school students. The site gathers and categorizes games from multiple outside sources. Specific activities are designed for grades 3-5 or grades 6-8. However, many of the activities in the Cognitive Development area could be used with younger students. Choose activities by subject, genre, or grade level links. Browse to find the most popular games. One interesting link includes activities aligned to cognitive development including skills such as attention, memory, and spacial skills. Click the standards option to find games aligned to Common Core Standards. Details included with each game include a short description, game categories and skills addressed, and an educator's review of the activity.
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tag(s): addition (206), cells (92), commoncore (81), decimals (110), division (137), geometric shapes (110), measurement (134), money (167), multiplication (188), oceans (120), photosynthesis (21), STEM (50), subtraction (170), time (124), vocabulary development (98), word study (56)

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Bookmark this site to use as a resource for computer center games and activities throughout the year. Share curriculum-related resources on your interactive whiteboard or projector. This site could work well in a BYOD or 1:1 classroom. Share with parents as a resource to use at home or as a summer skills review and refresher.
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iPracticeMath (Beta) - iPracticeMath.com

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K to 12
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iPracticeMath is a great site for teaching, reinforcing and reviewing math skills for all grade levels. The site is intended for home use, with parents registering to track their child's...more
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iPracticeMath is a great site for teaching, reinforcing and reviewing math skills for all grade levels. The site is intended for home use, with parents registering to track their child's progress, but registration is not required to access activities. Begin by choosing from math practice, learning, or worksheets. From there choose a grade level and content. In addition to the usual math topics, there is Consumer Math. Answer multiple choice questions that provide immediate feedback including correct responses for incorrect answers. Optional parent account creation provides reports including individual progress, strengths and weaknesses, and comparisons to students of similar age.

tag(s): addition (206), decimals (110), division (137), equations (124), fractions (205), functions (57), integers (41), measurement (134), multiples (31), multiplication (188), number sense (75), numbers (176), operations (94), order of operations (30), polynomials (26), pythagorean theorem (27), statistics (100), subtraction (170), time (124)

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Although this site only reinforces basic math concepts through multiple choice responses and short answers, it is one worthy of adding to classroom computers and definitely worth sharing with parents. Differentiate content based on individual student's needs. If you wish, encourage parents to create individual student accounts to track progress and share with you throughout the school year. Have them email reports or print them out and send to school with younger ones. If you and the parent wish to "share" a login, you could work together to support struggling students. Learning support teachers and ESL/ELL teachers will find this simple tool a great asset in the classroom.

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Great website for math-practice ise, , Grades: 0 - 12

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Math at Home - National Louis University

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K to 1
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Math at Home is a free professional development resource for early childhood math. Find countless early math activities (and information) to use with young children. Browse several...more
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Math at Home is a free professional development resource for early childhood math. Find countless early math activities (and information) to use with young children. Browse several different portions of the site to find information on math literacy setting up an optimum learning environment. There are also lesson plans, ready to go. The lesson section is particularly informative and includes search options for lessons sorted by content, age, or materials used in the lesson. In-depth lessons include reference standards, specific directions, and extensions such as related books, movement activities, and outdoor connections.

tag(s): addition (206), counting (112), data (130), geometric shapes (110), measurement (134), number sense (75), numbers (176), preK (220), subtraction (170), time (124)

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Be sure to bookmark this site as a resource for lesson ideas in all math content areas. Although the ideas are for pre-K, some of the activities will translate even into first grade. Share a weekly activity with parents for at-home math learning. Find many resources here for your early childhood classroom. Use some of these ideas to create learning centers in your classroom. Special ed teachers will also find helpful ideas for their below-grade level and very concrete learners.

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Sheppard Software: Free Online Learning Games - Sheppard Software

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K to 12
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Sheppard Software offers hundreds of online learning games for learners in a large variety of subjects. Topics include brain games, seasons, nutrition, and world geography. Search for...more
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Sheppard Software offers hundreds of online learning games for learners in a large variety of subjects. Topics include brain games, seasons, nutrition, and world geography. Search for specific topics or browse categories. Looking for a specific grade level range? Scroll down below the main icons to view recommended sections for different age ranges from preschool to adult. In addition to games, some categories include videos, timelines, and coloring activities.
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tag(s): addition (206), alphabet (86), alphabetical order (16), animal homes (23), animals (214), capitalization (15), capitals (21), cells (92), colors (66), continents (37), counting (112), countries (64), decimals (110), dinosaurs (45), division (137), elements (33), endangered species (28), equations (124), estimation (40), fractions (205), geometric shapes (110), grammar (207), integers (41), landforms (40), life cycles (23), measurement (134), money (167), multiplication (188), number lines (13), number sense (75), numbers (176), oceans (120), order of operations (30), parts of speech (60), patterns (70), periodic table (45), place value (47), puzzles (175), states (156), subtraction (170), time (124), vocabulary (302), vocabulary development (98)

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Bookmark this site to use as a resource for computer center games and activities throughout the year. Share curriculum-related resources on your interactive whiteboard or projector. This site could work well in a BYOD or 1:1 classroom. Share with parents as a resource to use at home or as a summer skills review and refresher.
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What's the Problem? - WOUB

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8 to 12
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Learn all sorts of math at this highly motivational site! The site uses reality show formats (Amazing Chase, Fear Fraction, Survival, etc..) to teach math concepts. Although geared...more
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Learn all sorts of math at this highly motivational site! The site uses reality show formats (Amazing Chase, Fear Fraction, Survival, etc..) to teach math concepts. Although geared toward Ohio math standards, use of this site is appropriate for all students. Content highlights common mathematic mistakes made by students in areas such as fractions, measuring, square roots, factoring, mathematical operations and more. Follow each program through a vocabulary review, before viewing questions, video watching, after viewing questions, and extended activities. Each activity also includes a downloadable teachers guide offering additional resources.

tag(s): exponents (37), factoring (27), factors (39), fractions (205), geometric shapes (110), integers (41), mean (24), measurement (134), median (22), order of operations (30), probability (100), square roots (22), statistics (100), test prep (82)

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Share these "shows" and questions on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Excite your students with these reality videos. Use this site as a fun and interesting way to review the content for end of year testing and at the end of math units. Share a link on your class website for students to practice at home. Want to personalize one for your class? Why not challenge cooperative learning groups to create their own reality shows (videos)? Use a tool such as SchoolTube reviewed here.
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Math Landing - MathLanding.org

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K to 7
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Math Landing offers tools and resources for elementary math specialists and teachers. Choose from several different options for exploring and finding materials on this site. The Classroom...more
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Math Landing offers tools and resources for elementary math specialists and teachers. Choose from several different options for exploring and finding materials on this site. The Classroom Collections include Common Core lessons and interactive puzzles. The Professional Collections all offer information on integrating Common Core standards into math lessons and classroom routines. View on-demand webinars with topics such as math and technology and evaluating apps for early learning. Use the search tool to search by topic and grade level. Be sure to check out the mathematics history section with information on famous mathematicians and the role of women in math (great for Women's History Month). Registration isn't necessary; however, it is free and allows you to rate resources, join groups, and organize resources into personal folders.

tag(s): commoncore (81), data (130), decimals (110), fractions (205), measurement (134), number sense (75), operations (94), preK (220), probability (100), problem solving (170)

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Be sure to bookmark and save this site for math lessons and instruction throughout the year. Use the search feature to locate lessons appropriate for your teaching situation. Share webinars on the site for viewing during professional development sessions. Explore the collections for resources in every content area (be sure to choose "all" to view all available collections). Register on the site to save resources to easily find them.

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Calkoo - Trinity Capital

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4 to 12
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Other online calculators don't add up to the diverse collection of calculators Calkoo has to offer. Browse categories including measurement, wage, taxes, stock analysis, mathematics,...more
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Other online calculators don't add up to the diverse collection of calculators Calkoo has to offer. Browse categories including measurement, wage, taxes, stock analysis, mathematics, loans, health, saving, investing, real estate, and more! Calkoo can handle many tasks, including some rather complex calculations. Complete the various fields based on the type of calculation. Some utilize radio buttons and drop down boxes, while others ask for numbers only. Create almost any kind of calculation you need with this easy accessible calculating tool. Language options include English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Russian.
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tag(s): addition (206), area (50), calculators (31), division (137), fractions (205), measurement (134), multiplication (188), percent (70), quadratics (28), subtraction (170), volume (35)

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Calkoo is a great free tool to replace expensive graphing calculators that many students may not have. Calkoo works well on computers, mobile devices, and interactive whiteboards. Use this site during a unit on careers, economics, or financial literacy. Include it as part of a measurement unit. Share during Family and Consumer Science units to explore the cost of living and have students put together a mythical "budget" for living in their chosen career. Have students send you on a vacation and include calculations for the currency converter, fuel cost calculator, sales tax for souvenirs, and more! This is a great site to support many experiments in science. Calculate acceleration, velocity, and time, or use the mathematics category to complete problems. Use this tool in social studies class for quickly calculating years or months from important timelines or when figuring out geographical distances. In English or L.A. classes, quickly figure out the life span of authors or how long ago a story took place. In health or science classes, use the BMI calculator or get other accurate measurements. Visit Calkoo and select a calculator to meet your needs! Include this site on your class web page for students and parents to access as a reference. The various languages make this tool very useful for ESL/ELL students.

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SuperMath Golf Course - Links Learning

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5 to 12
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Learn and practice with angles playing SuperMath Golf! Choose an angle and input the distance. Click Go to see where your ball lands. The goal is to beat par and ...more
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Learn and practice with angles playing SuperMath Golf! Choose an angle and input the distance. Click Go to see where your ball lands. The goal is to beat par and attempt to make as many holes in one as possible through careful calculations. You are limited to 13 attempts. In addition to angles, learn and discover estimation, fractions, decimals, and other math skills while playing each game.

tag(s): angles (73), decimals (110), fractions (205), measurement (134)

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SuperMath Golf would be a great addition to classroom computers or for use by students on your interactive whiteboard (or projector). Discuss and demonstrate different choices for completing golf swings. Record choices and results as another excellent math activity! Have different groups of students create an annotated image for each hole including text boxes and related links using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here.
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Storytelling with Maps - Esri

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5 to 12
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Storytelling with Maps takes learning in a new direction. Interactive maps tell a story through videos, images, audio, and links. Learn more about the topics in text that accompanies...more
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Storytelling with Maps takes learning in a new direction. Interactive maps tell a story through videos, images, audio, and links. Learn more about the topics in text that accompanies each map. A timeline of "dots" allows you to move through the story step by step. A satellite view is available on some maps, and legends give you important information to read the map accurately. A wide variety of topics are available to inform and educate. Use the search bar to find a map to meet your needs. Travel to the most visited National Parks or explore an interactive map of the three days and decisive moments of the battle of Gettysburg. It is important to pay as much attention to the text pop-ups as the cartography and other aspects of the map. New stories are added every 2 weeks. so come back often! This review was for the free area of the site that allows you to view the map stories. There are extensive directions on how to create your own maps, but these suggest purchase of maps, etc. from ArcGIS, an affiliate of Esri. Some of the map storytelling ideas could be used with other free mapping tools, however.

tag(s): gettysburg (27), map skills (64), maps (229), measurement (134)

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Map out interactive virtual field trips on Storytelling with Maps. Introduce this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Then have students explore this site independently or in small groups. Have a team competition as students navigate the site on an interactive whiteboard to complete a scavenger hunt. Students can find geometric shapes in real life objects on the images with the maps. Calculate distances or time if the map is a timeline of events. Use this site as an anticipatory set or "activator" to introduce a unit or lesson on a projector or interactive whiteboard. Make a shortcut to this site on classroom computers and use it as a center. Be sure to help your weaker readers and ESL/ELL students by sharing the vocabulary words prior to reading, either on a handout or by projecting them on an interactive whiteboard and highlighting them in the text as you come to them. Have students create online posters to summarize what they learned from the map, individually or together as a class using a tool such as Web Poster Wizard (reviewed here) or PicLits (reviewed here. Ask students to write informational essays on the topics or use the maps to write creative stories. Challenge your most tech-savvy or gifted students to explore the step by step map storytelling directions and try their hand using google Maps or other map tools. The advice in these directions is excellent.

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Daily Starters - Scholastic

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Daily Starters offers a different opening idea each day for 4 different age bands from Pre-K to grade 8. Subjects include language arts, math, and history, as well as fun ...more
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Daily Starters offers a different opening idea each day for 4 different age bands from Pre-K to grade 8. Subjects include language arts, math, and history, as well as fun facts that relate to the day or month. In addition to a challenging question or idea, the site offers a Teacher's Guide that explains different ways to use the site. It includes the background and vocabulary students need to understand and use the site optimally. Some specific topics include grammar, word usage, mechanics, word study, basic operations, algebraic thinking, measurement, fraction, geometry, word problems, and more. Clicking on the Reveal the Answer tab shows the correct solution to each question. Please note: These daily starters are only updated during the school year. New daily starters begin again every August.

tag(s): fractions (205), geometric shapes (110), grammar (207), measurement (134), numbers (176), substitutes (19), word study (56)

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Display each day's Daily Starters on your projector or whiteboard for students to do first thing in the morning. Or arrange for the classroom computers to open with the Daily Starter page. Have students work alone or collaboratively with a group. Allow students to share questions and responses via their own blogs or your class wiki. Not comfortable with wikis? Check out the TeachersFirst Wiki Walk-Through. Challenge students to create their own questions and use them for a class discussion about each idea brought up. Display the ideas from history tidbits and fun facts in a creative way on your class bulletin board. Keep the Daily Starter handy as an activity for substitute or for parent volunteers to use with students during free time or indoor recess.

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Class Setup Tool - Scholastic

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K to 12
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Class Setup Tool is a resource for planning and designing your classroom for maximum effectiveness. Click to begin. Follow each step in the planning process beginning with choosing...more
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Class Setup Tool is a resource for planning and designing your classroom for maximum effectiveness. Click to begin. Follow each step in the planning process beginning with choosing your classroom shape. Drag and drop items from that point including windows, doors, desks, etc. If needed, rotate or resize items for proper fit. After all furniture is in place, add student names on the seating chart then drag and drop into place. When finished, choose the print button to print and use your completed classroom setup!
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tag(s): back to school (33), classroom management (55), map skills (64), measurement (134), preK (220)

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Use this tool to experiment with classroom changes without having to drag desks all over your classroom! Trying to separate the more social students? Experiment with different seating layouts until you find the one you think might work. This tool will also make useful diagrams for your sub plans. Flip your classroom a new way by having students "design" a dream classroom as part of a math lesson on measurement or a lesson on simple map skills. Suddenly, the classroom tool becomes a student tool!
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CommonCore Sheets - Common Core Sheets

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2 to 8
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Find downloadable worksheets correlated to Common Core curriculum. Visit the math link for practice with all operations and many topic areas (balancing equations, many forms of graphs,...more
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Find downloadable worksheets correlated to Common Core curriculum. Visit the math link for practice with all operations and many topic areas (balancing equations, many forms of graphs, fractions, grids, lines, line plots, geometry, measurement, money, negative numbers, time, and SO much more)! In social studies find worksheets on geography, primary and secondary sources, and timelines. Language arts includes parts of speech and sentence types. Under each subject choose easy, medium, or hard worksheets. In Create a Review, choose your topic area and create your own worksheet. Also included are brain teasers, bingo games, and multiplication mazes.
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Find worksheets for every subject to better prepare your students for Common Core standards and testing. Use the sheets to make a formative or even summative assessment for many different topics in math. Use as a review or even practice. Provide this link on your class website for students (and parents) to find extra practice. Printable answer keys come with the worksheets. Allow students to create their own quizzes. Easy to use, grade, and share. Use for gifted students needing some acceleration. Use for extra practice with students struggling with new concepts.
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Not Just Sums - NotJustSums.com

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Not Just Sums offers several math interactives and printable resources. Choose the link to games to find many engaging activities perfect for any math class in the upper elementary/middle...more
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Not Just Sums offers several math interactives and printable resources. Choose the link to games to find many engaging activities perfect for any math class in the upper elementary/middle school grades. There is Cricket Challenge (overall review of many math concepts), Halloween Pumpkin Pairs Game, The Wall Addition, Magic Square Investigation, and more. Each activity offers simple directions and most have a timed element for competition. The Sample Resources link includes links to printable resources for classroom use. Although labeled as worksheets, many activities go beyond simple fill in the answer problems. They are also appropriate for many learning and extension uses. This site was created in the United Kingdom so Americans will notice some spelling, currency, and measurement differences.
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The activities on this site are perfect for use on interactive whiteboards or classroom computers. Have students try activities to increase fact fluency as well as fluency with number patterns. Print and use worksheets from this site for homework, math centers, or review of current content. It would be simple to differentiate for your gifted students or learning support students. For example, there are specific activities to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. Choose the one that each particular student needs to practice the most. If students are beyond basic operations, try the Cricket Challenge or Magic Square Investigation (both appear more challenging than the basic operations activity). Note: American children can learn about cricket, too!
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Educator Resource Center Smart Board Lessons - Teq Educator Resource Center

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K to 12
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The Educator Resource Center contains hundreds of interactive whiteboard lessons available for easy download. Explore the list by topics such as Math-Elementary, ELA-Middle, SS-High,...more
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The Educator Resource Center contains hundreds of interactive whiteboard lessons available for easy download. Explore the list by topics such as Math-Elementary, ELA-Middle, SS-High, Science-Middle, Judaic Studies-Dinim, ELL-Beginners, Games Templates, STEM, and more. You can also use the search function to find specific content. Search by Common Core topics or enter your own term. Each lesson includes a title, resource type, grade level information. Some lessons also include a correlation to Common Core, images, or slideshow previews of content. Click on the download button to save to your computer.

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Bookmark this site to use as a resource for interactive whiteboard lessons and activities. Search for topics for your subject/grade level. View the STEM category to find activities for your class. Share activities on your interactive whiteboard, having students operate the board. Some activities would also be appropriate for individual computers.

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Science Lessons and Help - WyzAnt Tutoring

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8 to 12
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Find help with Biology, Physics, and Chemistry concepts at this site provided by WyzAnt tutoring. Choose from the categories of Biology, Physics, or Chemistry to begin. Choose from...more
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Find help with Biology, Physics, and Chemistry concepts at this site provided by WyzAnt tutoring. Choose from the categories of Biology, Physics, or Chemistry to begin. Choose from the list of specific topics available: Cell Cycle, Mendel's Laws, Acids, Bonds, Stoichiometry, Magnetism, Vectors, and many others. Lessons include a short explanation of each topic along with images and a short review quiz or practice problems at the end. There are advertisements for tutors on this site.
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tag(s): acids and bases (9), atoms (51), cells (92), chemicals (31), elements (33), energy (162), evolution (99), genetics (88), gravity (41), heat (15), magnetism (25), mass (15), matter (46), measurement (134), photosynthesis (21), temperature (22), vectors (23)

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Use lessons on your interactive whiteboard (or projector) to introduce or review concepts included. Share a link to lessons on your class website or blog for students to use at home. This is an excellent site for studying biology, physics, and chemistry concepts. Be sure to advise students not to click on the links to find tutors.

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Math Lessons and Help - WyzAnt Tutoring

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K to 12
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Find informative descriptions, interactive math lessons, and sample problems in some of the most challenging math topics for elementary math all the way through calculus. Choose from...more
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Find informative descriptions, interactive math lessons, and sample problems in some of the most challenging math topics for elementary math all the way through calculus. Choose from categories beginning with elementary math and including algebra, geometry, calculus, and statistics and probability to begin. View lists of specific content for each category to choose a short lesson with accompany quiz or practice problems. Most lessons include images within the concept description.
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tag(s): addition (206), charts and graphs (176), division (137), equations (124), exponents (37), faces (4), factoring (27), factors (39), fractions (205), geometric shapes (110), mean (24), measurement (134), median (22), mixed numbers (11), mode (14), multiplication (188), negative numbers (19), number sense (75), place value (47), polynomials (26), probability (100), quadratics (28), rounding (20), square roots (22), statistics (100), subtraction (170)

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Share activities on your interactive whiteboard (or projector) to introduce or review concepts. Provide links to lessons on your class website or blog for students to review at home. Have students create their own lessons modeled on this site. Then have students create blogs using Throwww (reviewed here). This site allows you to create "quick and easy" blogs to be used one time only. There is no registration necessary!

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