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### Tutrr - Practice and Improve Math Skills - Tutrr.com

7 to 12
Practice math using these interactive applications from Tutrr. Although based on books from India and other locations, the math is applicable to any similar math instruction or program...more
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Practice math using these interactive applications from Tutrr. Although based on books from India and other locations, the math is applicable to any similar math instruction or program -- with a few slight adjustments to vocabulary terms. Choose a book to begin. Explore contents including a syllabus and subjects such as Algebra and Geometry. Pick from content within each topic. Follow specific directions for each problem. Many problems provide hints and the option to check solutions when complete. Create a free login to save work.

tag(s): area (73), data (161), decimals (125), fractions (228), geometric shapes (173), percent (82), probability (141), problem solving (294), quadratics (31), statistics (127), symmetry (51), test prep (97), transformations (18), volume (53)

#### In the Classroom

Share Tutrr with students as an excellent way to practice and review concepts at home. Be sure to clarify any difference in terms so they can find what they need. There is a slight learning curve to using the site correctly. Demonstrate on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Have students practice the program in class (if possible) before trying it at home. Have students explore and share tips on how to input answers correctly. Make a shortcut to this site on classroom computers and use it as a center. Be sure to include this site on your class web page for students to access both in and outside of class for further practice.

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### Free Math Basics Tutorials - Goodwill Community Foundation

2 to 10

Just as the title states, this site offers tutorials in basic math concepts such as addition and subtraction all the way through fractions, money, algebra, and counting change. There...more
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Just as the title states, this site offers tutorials in basic math concepts such as addition and subtraction all the way through fractions, money, algebra, and counting change. There are also tutorials that provide training in Microsoft Excel and Google Spreadsheets. Choose any topic to begin with a lesson, quiz, or to view a video. Click the link for the printable version of lessons. Videos are hosted on YouTube. If your district blocks YouTube, then they 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): addition (227), decimals (125), division (161), fractions (228), money (185), multiplication (211), percent (82), spreadsheets (22), subtraction (187)

#### In the Classroom

Share these basic tutorials (or videos) on your interactive whiteboard. Share this link on your class web page and/or in a parent newsletter for those who need extra reinforcement or for parents who are uncomfortable trying to explain "the math." Be sure to include this site on your class web page for students to access both in and outside of class for further practice.

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### Next Vista for Learning - Rushton Hurley

3 to 12

Next Vista offers Learning videos for teachers looking for alternatives to YouTube. At the time of this review, they offered over 1,000 videos (most useful for in the classroom). Videos...more
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Next Vista offers Learning videos for teachers looking for alternatives to YouTube. At the time of this review, they offered over 1,000 videos (most useful for in the classroom). Videos are made by teachers and/or students. Search by three main topics: Light Bulbs, Global View, or Seeing Service. Better yet, use the right sidebar to search by topic: Math, Science, World Languages, History & Culture, Performing Arts, and more.Next Vista offers an extensive collection of career videos to use as a resource for exploring and discovering career opportunities. View videos directly on site or share using the link or embed code provided. Throughout the school year, Next Vista hosts video creation contests for students and teachers. Submit your own videos less than 5 minutes in length using directions provided. They even offer small prizes for winners.

tag(s): africa (168), asia (72), careers (139), computers (102), europe (74), literature (272), musical instruments (51), musical notation (39), north america (19), parts of speech (67), poetry (219), shakespeare (110), south america (40), speech (89), video (278)

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Explore the various topics to share with your students. In the math section, share the "How to Show Your Work" video on your projector or interactive whiteboard. There are useful videos in all sections, offered at a variety of levels. Bookmark and save this site for use throughout the year for student and teacher created videos. Challenge students to create a video to submit for one of the site's contests; who knows, they may win!

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### Brilliant - Sue Khim

8 to 12
Brilliant provides challenges for anyone with a passion for mathematics or physics. Create an account, enter your interests, and take a short diagnostic test to receive an assigned...more
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Brilliant provides challenges for anyone with a passion for mathematics or physics. Create an account, enter your interests, and take a short diagnostic test to receive an assigned level in either subject. You must create an account using an email address or Facebook. Each week, you will receive new problem sets based on your assigned level. If you answer correctly within three attempts, you receive points toward prizes or academic opportunities. Warning: This site can get addictive.

tag(s): problem solving (294), STEM (173)

#### In the Classroom

Use when differentiating in the classroom or as a resource for gifted students. Allow students to create their own account, take placement tests, and problem-solve the challenges each week. Have students share problems and their problem solving process with classmates via podcasts demonstrating their understanding of one of the concepts. Use a site such as PodOmatic (reviewed here). Create your own account; then share problems on your website or blog using the share feature offered on the site. If you plan to have students register using their own email accounts, read tips for safely managing email registrations here.

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### Center of Math Videos - CenterofMath.org

11 to 12

The Center of Math offers many Calculus and Statistics video tutorials and lectures. Choose from the selection of course offerings such as Differential Calculus and AP Statistics to...more
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The Center of Math offers many Calculus and Statistics video tutorials and lectures. Choose from the selection of course offerings such as Differential Calculus and AP Statistics to view video titles. In addition, choose from several worldwide lecture videos and textbook introductions by the book authors. Videos range in length from 2-3 minutes up to an hour. Most of the videos are hosted on YouTube. If your district blocks YouTube, then they 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): coordinates (30), equations (151), exponents (43), functions (69), motion (69), polynomials (28), statistics (127), variables (20), vectors (24), video (278), volume (53)

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Share the video tutorials on your projector or interactive whiteboard in high level math classes. Use video tutorials from the site to introduce concepts in your flipped classroom. This site is excellent for alternative presentations for your advanced students. Include it on your class web page for students to access both in and out of class.

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### Flash Maths - FlashMaths.co

4 to 12
FlashMaths is a collection of math starters, activities, and games. Starters include quick activities such as Venn Diagrams and Magic Squares. Activities require slightly more time...more
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FlashMaths is a collection of math starters, activities, and games. Starters include quick activities such as Venn Diagrams and Magic Squares. Activities require slightly more time to solve while games involve math practice in a fun way such as "Whack A Mole" to practice sums. All activities include a short description, and many have options such as adding new numbers, providing hints, or showing the solution. This is a British site so money problems include the British Pound system and it includes British spellings of words

tag(s): addition (227), division (161), equations (151), fractions (228), geometric shapes (173), logic (248), money (185), multiplication (211), negative numbers (21), number sense (96), numbers (197), percent (82), probability (141), problem solving (294), pythagorean theorem (33), subtraction (187), venn diagrams (15)

#### In the Classroom

Many of the starters and activities are perfect for math class warm-ups. Use to begin class discussions or as a journal activity. Follow the suggestion for the Experimental Slots activity to display on your whiteboard during an entire class period to compare the distribution results over an extended period of time, have students predict the results at the beginning of class. Share a link to this site in your class newsletter or blog for students to access at home.

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### Illustrating the Standards for Mathematical Practice - National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics

K to 12

Explore the language and sample tasks of national Common Core Standards. This site is geared towards professional development for math in all grade levels (K-12). Choose from modules...more
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Explore the language and sample tasks of national Common Core Standards. This site is geared towards professional development for math in all grade levels (K-12). Choose from modules sorted by grade level and topic to begin. Suggested length of each module is 2-3 hours. Modules include videos for you to see sample lessons as well as downloadable PowerPoint presentations and PDFs including resources. NCSM is a division of NCTM.

tag(s): commoncore (99), numbers (197), order of operations (40), patterns (87), problem solving (294), professional development (164), quadratics (31)

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Has your professional development money dried up? This is a great, free resource for high quality materials to complete on your own or with fellow teachers. Divide modules into portions to use for professional development throughout the year. Share the video clips on your interactive whiteboard or projector for whole group interaction/participation.

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### Mathsbox - mathsbox.org

2 to 11
Find a large collection of downloadable and online math resources for a range of ages and topics. Choose from a variety of topics: Number, Algebra, Shape, or Data. There are ...more
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Find a large collection of downloadable and online math resources for a range of ages and topics. Choose from a variety of topics: Number, Algebra, Shape, or Data. There are also various subtopics. Print bingo cards for use with the bingo games. Use the warmups for math practice, or use many of the other games on the site.

tag(s): addition (227), mental math (30), number sense (96), order of operations (40), subtraction (187)

#### In the Classroom

Warmups use Flash and are perfect for a projector or interactive whiteboard to get the brains working and recap number sense and mental math skills. Practice makes perfect. These different practice and reinforcement activities offer help with various operations and skills necessary to complete math assignments and problems. Print out these activities for students to use for additional practice or enrichment. Share this site on your class webpage or wiki for students to access both in and out of the classroom.

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### Mathematics Enhancements Programme - Center for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching

K to 12

The Mathematics Enhancement Programme is a comprehensive resource full of free math curriculum resources for all grade levels. Materials include lesson plans, practice materials, printable...more
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The Mathematics Enhancement Programme is a comprehensive resource full of free math curriculum resources for all grade levels. Materials include lesson plans, practice materials, printable number lines and cards, and student activity sheets. Click any key stage level to download an entire year's worth of course materials. In addition to printed materials, interactive tutorials (offered in a fairly basic-looking computer style) offer lessons and remediation for many math topics. The site was created in the UK, so some of the pronunciations and spellings may differ from those in American English (as well as the type of currency used for money problems). The site dates back a ways, so the actual "look" is a bit old fashioned.

tag(s): counting (113), data (161), fractions (228), functions (69), geometric shapes (173), money (185), number lines (32), number sense (96), numbers (197), percent (82), prime numbers (31), probability (141), time (141)

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Bookmark and save this site for supplemental math resources throughout the year. Explore the lesson plans to use in your own classroom. Create a link to interactive tutorials on your website or classroom computers for student use. Share the excellent Spanish language math materials with your school's ESL/ELL teacher.

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### ChiliMath - ChiliMath

K to 12
Struggling with Algebra? Find some free help at ChiliMath in the form of lessons, worksheets, and activities. Use the math solver to check work, type in any math problem from ...more
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Struggling with Algebra? Find some free help at ChiliMath in the form of lessons, worksheets, and activities. Use the math solver to check work, type in any math problem from beginner algebra to calculus to check any answer. Use the tutorial provided for step-by-step help. Choose from several activities sorted by categories such as strategy games or logic games. The Algebra lessons section contains close to 100 lessons describing Algebra concepts in simple terms along with images, charts, graphs, and examples. Explore lessons either by course (Algebra 1, Algebra 2, etc.) or use the index to search for particular items alphabetically. Take quizzes at the end of many lessons or download practice worksheets through links provided. Also at this site is a link for Basic Math. Clicking on that will give you activities like number writing and counting. On that page, if you look to the left there are grade levels for IXL Math and more free activities. he last link you might like to try is for the Math Games, and there is quite a variety.

tag(s): division (161), equations (151), exponents (43), factoring (30), fractions (228), functions (69), geometric shapes (173), inequalities (26), integers (40), mean (26), median (23), mode (16), multiples (32), multiplication (211), number lines (32), prime numbers (31), problem solving (294), quadratics (31)

#### In the Classroom

ChiliMath is an excellent resource whether you are teaching kindergarten/first grade or 8th grade. You might want to set up a class computer with links for concepts your class is working on at the time, or for review. Try using a program like Symbaloo reviewed here to display links to several activities at one time. Practice Algebra concepts by sharing lessons on your interactive whiteboard when introducing or reviewing. Provide a link to particular lessons on your class websites for students to use for review at home.

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### Intel Education Units - Intel

K to 12

Find engaging, challenging units to begin your Common Core journey. Intel Education Units are complete and include assessment tools. Search by grade level or subject. Find the basics...more
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Find engaging, challenging units to begin your Common Core journey. Intel Education Units are complete and include assessment tools. Search by grade level or subject. Find the basics for planning units. Also find sequencing maps, sequencing activities, classification charts, and prioritizing listings. Instructional Strategies include activating prior knowledge, graphic organizers, cooperative learning, and questioning strategies.

tag(s): literacy (106)

#### In the Classroom

Begin your curriculum planning here. After reviewing exemplary units, use as they are, or modify to fit the needs of your students, content, or even resources adding your own personal touch. They will inspire you to dig deeper and go further with Common Core! Be sure to bookmark this site (or save in your favorites) as your go to resource for Common Core.

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### Calkoo - Trinity Capital

4 to 12
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.

tag(s): addition (227), area (73), calculators (40), division (161), fractions (228), measurement (175), multiplication (211), percent (82), quadratics (31), subtraction (187), volume (53)

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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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### Stella's Stunners - Ohio Resource Center and Rudd Crawford

7 to 12
Stella's Stunners is a collection of over 600 "non-routine" math problems. They range from visual problems to those that involve use of pre-algebra on up through pre-calculus. In addition...more
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Stella's Stunners is a collection of over 600 "non-routine" math problems. They range from visual problems to those that involve use of pre-algebra on up through pre-calculus. In addition to the math problems, the site also includes tips for extending problems, using the problems in the classroom, and suggestions for grading. Each problem also includes a link to the solution. Search for specific topics by math course, problem title, or Stella decimal system. To FIND the collection, click on Complete Stella Library.

tag(s): logic (248), problem solving (294)

#### In the Classroom

Use Stella's Stunners as a problem of the day to begin math class. Assign problems for homework or extra credit. Have students create an online or printed comic using one of the tools and ideas included in this collection to describe how to solve problems. Use as part of student math journals and have students explain the problem solving process for each problem. Use this site with your gifted students. Challenge your gifted students to create their own "Stunners."

I like this idea because it uses technology, something kids enjoy, and engages them in mathematics. Thanks, Heather Heather, CA, Grades: 9 - 12

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### Science vs Magic - Nico Disseldorp

8 to 12
Science vs Magic offers four tools for exploring math concepts. Tools include Let's Play: Ancient Greek Geometry, Fractal Machine, Logic Grid, and Elementary Cellular Automata. Choose...more
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Science vs Magic offers four tools for exploring math concepts. Tools include Let's Play: Ancient Greek Geometry, Fractal Machine, Logic Grid, and Elementary Cellular Automata. Choose the "About" link with each activity to view the author's blog describing the different components and suggested uses. This is a neat mind-stretcher activity. Explore the site a bit before sharing with students.

tag(s): angles (87), fractions (228), geometric shapes (173), greeks (33), logic (248)

#### In the Classroom

Share this site with students for exploration of geometric concepts. Have students take screen shots of different outcomes then share their explorations with classmates. (Screenshots on a Mac: Shift+ Command+4; on Windows, press the Prtscrn key then PASTE into a document.) Have cooperative learning groups create podcasts demonstrating their understanding of one of the concepts. Use a site such as PodOmatic (reviewed here).

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### Common Core Videos - SEDL

K to 12

View these detailed set of videos that describe key components of the Common Core State Standards in math. At the time of this review, only math standards were included. However, ...more
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View these detailed set of videos that describe key components of the Common Core State Standards in math. At the time of this review, only math standards were included. However, English Language Arts are supposed to be added soon. Find videos by grade level for immediate viewing or download for later. Videos focus on standards and include examples though the intention is to clarify the meaning but not how to teach the standard. Many of the videos are hosted on YouTube. If your district blocks YouTube, then they 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): commoncore (99)

#### In the Classroom

Use as a professional resource to think about how to use the Common Core State Standards in your classroom. Regardless if you teach primary grades or advanced high school math, you are certain to find useful content here (aligned to standards).

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### Math Worksheets Land - Julia Leonard

K to 12
Math Worksheets Land is a free resource to download math worksheets and assessments by grade level or topic. Every worksheet provides the Common Core Standard. Search by topic or grade...more
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tag(s): preK (288), worksheets (63)

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Use this free site to provide more practice or enrichment for students in your class. Download the assessments to use with your students or find a few problems to use on your own assessment. This is a great resource to use if your current math series is not aligned to the Common Core Standards. Use questions from the worksheets and the assessments to play review games with your students before assessments or to review a lesson.

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### 10 Amazing Examples of Architecture Inspired by Mathematics - Alison Nastasi

6 to 12
Take a look at 10 structures inspired by mathematical principles at this intriguing site. Each image includes a short description of the structure along with information on the mathematics...more
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Take a look at 10 structures inspired by mathematical principles at this intriguing site. Each image includes a short description of the structure along with information on the mathematics involved in the design. This site is a quick read that is sure to inspire many opportunities for math discussions and further exploration!

tag(s): architecture (85), geometric shapes (173)

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Explore this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Challenge students to find other examples of mathematical concepts used in architecture. Art teachers and math teachers can cooperate -- or simply connect to their mathematical or artistic students using this site. Have cooperative learning groups create online books demonstrating their findings using a tool such as Bookemon, reviewed here. Have students use a mapping tool such as Click2Map, reviewed here, to create a map of interesting architecture (with display markers featuring text, photos, and videos)! Challenge students to discover other examples of math in the real world and share using an annotated image including text boxes and related links using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here.

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### Maths Practice and Worksheets - EduGain

4 to 10
Practice math skills online, print practice sheets, or create your own customized worksheets with this in-depth mathematics site. Choose a grade level to begin. Topics vary from basic...more
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Practice math skills online, print practice sheets, or create your own customized worksheets with this in-depth mathematics site. Choose a grade level to begin. Topics vary from basic operations to Roman numerals to data handling and many others! Choose from the printed paper or solve online options. Free registration is required to print worksheets and complete some of the online activities; however, this option also allows you to customize worksheets to suit your individual needs. An Android app version is available.

tag(s): addition (227), charts and graphs (197), decimals (125), division (161), equations (151), experiments (69), fractions (228), geometric shapes (173), integers (40), logic (248), mean (26), median (23), mode (16), multiplication (211), number sense (96), numbers (197), operations (123), order of operations (40), probability (141), problem solving (294), ratios (63), square roots (22), subtraction (187), symmetry (51), venn diagrams (15), whole numbers (16)

#### In the Classroom

Use this site to differentiate for students of all levels. Use activities on this site as a learning station or center. This site is ideal for 1-1 (or BYOD) classrooms. Set up a single teacher account and have all the students use the class login to enable access to all features of the site. Be sure to include this site on your class web page for students to access both in and outside of class for further practice.

Very good website for Math practice. Thanks for sharing. , , Grades: 0 - 12

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### Math Trail - HeyMath!

6 to 12

Explore virtual trails while putting math and geography skills to the test with Math Trail (powered by Google Maps). An introductory video on the site's home page explains the concept...more
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tag(s): equations (151), geometric shapes (173), map skills (84), numbers (197)

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Math Trail would make an excellent game for use during math centers or as a computer lab/laptop activity. Read tips for safely managing email registrations here. After playing, have students create their own math trail using Animaps (reviewed here). Students can add text, images, and location stops!

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### 9 Most Mathematically Interesting Buildings in the World - tripbase.com

6 to 12
Explore how math and architecture are closely linked as you view these 9 famous buildings. Discover the mathematics behind the buildings' famous facades. Each building has a short description...more
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Explore how math and architecture are closely linked as you view these 9 famous buildings. Discover the mathematics behind the buildings' famous facades. Each building has a short description along with a link to the definitions of the mathematical component involved. Although simple in its look, this is an excellent starting point for exploring math connections to architecture and buildings in the real world.

tag(s): architecture (85), calendars (47), geometric shapes (173), greeks (33), mayans (14), pythagorean theorem (33), ratios (63), symmetry (51)

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View and explore this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Assign groups of students the task of exploring other buildings. In Art class, have students explore the relationships between math and aesthetics. Have students find other examples of the use of mathematical concepts (some ideas have been added in the comments on the site). Send them out into the community to take digital pictures on their cell phones of mathematical concepts in buildings. Challenge the groups to create a project using Padlet, reviewed here. The Padlet application creates free online bulletin boards. Have cooperative learning groups create online books of mathematics in architecture using a tool such as Bookemon, reviewed here.

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