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Fractions - The Math Learning Center

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K to 1
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Fractions is an app that is available online or for download from iTunes and Chrome. Use the app to explore and investigate fractions using the different available options. Add fraction...more
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Fractions is an app that is available online or for download from iTunes and Chrome. Use the app to explore and investigate fractions using the different available options. Add fraction bars or circles to your workspace and divide into up to 100 equal parts. Other options include text options including math symbols and drawing tools. At the time of this review the web app did not appear to be working.The chrome app works.

tag(s): decimals (88), fractions (164)

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Include a link to this app or download onto mobile devices for students to explore and practice working with fractions. Take advantage of the additional free resources included on this site that use the app to work with fractions. Ask students to take a screen shot of their fraction work and share concepts they discover or questions they have. Consider creating a class book with your fraction image and video and audio recordings using Book Creator, reviewed here.

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Math Tricks - Pedago.net

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3 to 12
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Math tricks and tools fill this easy to use site. Find a list of all prime numbers up to 100 and a conversion chart for fractions to decimals to percent. ...more
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Math tricks and tools fill this easy to use site. Find a list of all prime numbers up to 100 and a conversion chart for fractions to decimals to percent. Tricks include Calendar Math which gives a formula for finding the day of the week someone was born based on their birth date, 73 which gives a formula for always finding an answer of 73 to a problem, and Two Too which provides a simple formula for always finding an answer of two after choosing any number. This site does include some unobtrusive advertisements.

tag(s): mental math (18)

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Use this site as a resource when looking for activities for a Math Night, Open House, or end-of-year fun math activities. Perform one of the tricks for students then ask them to find the explanation for how it works. Assign students tricks to perform for other students, then have them solve for the explanation. Have students act out and record Math Magic videos using these tricks, upload the to a sharing site such as TeacherTube, reviewed here

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Fraction Finder - Shodor

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3 to 6
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This activity provides you with two fractions, a pair of shapes, and a number line. Each shape is connected to a point on the number line corresponding to one of ...more
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This activity provides you with two fractions, a pair of shapes, and a number line. Each shape is connected to a point on the number line corresponding to one of the fractions. You can create the computer generated fractions by adding sections to the empty shaped and coloring in the appropriate portion of the shape to match the fraction. When both shapes are correctly divided and colored, a third box appears. You are asked to divide and color the new shape to create a new fraction that lies between the values of the original two. After all three boxes are correctly colored, the student must enter the value of the fraction which they created. Be sure to check out the link for instructors which provides a printable with exploration questions, links to standards, suggested classroom uses, and links to similar resources.

tag(s): area (50), fractions (164), test prep (70)

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Print the exploration questions for students to use with the activities on the site. Use on the interactive whiteboard or projector to compare fractional amounts and place fractions on a number line. Place a link on your classroom website or blog for practice at home. Don't forget to visit the link for instructors.

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Equivalent Fractions Finder - Shodor

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3 to 12
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This site provides visual experimentation with the relationship between the value of fractions and areas within a square or a circle. After choosing to view squares or circles, a fractional...more
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This site provides visual experimentation with the relationship between the value of fractions and areas within a square or a circle. After choosing to view squares or circles, a fractional amount is created both in the chosen shape and on a number line. The goal is to create equivalent fractions in the shapes provided. Be sure to check out the instructor tab which gives suggestions for classroom use, exploration questions, correlating standards and textbooks, and suggestions for similar resources. Note that some of the instructions and prompts come up in small pop-ups. Be sure to watch for these in case they hide behind your main window.

tag(s): area (50), fractions (164)

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Provide students with a copy of the explorations worksheet provided in the instructors tab. Use this site to demonstrate different representations of fractions within different shapes and how the fractions are placed on number lines. Share this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Or use your interactive whiteboard to create a learning center for students to manipulate the site themselves. Provide a link on your classroom website or blog for students to practice at home.

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Converter - Shodor

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3 to 12
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This site provides a very simple, yet highly useful fraction to decimal converter and decimal to fraction converter. Simply enter a fraction or decimal into the appropriate area, press...more
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This site provides a very simple, yet highly useful fraction to decimal converter and decimal to fraction converter. Simply enter a fraction or decimal into the appropriate area, press enter and the conversion is displayed. Be sure to check out the tab for Instructors which provides exploration questions, standards links, and suggested classroom uses.

tag(s): conversions (32), decimals (88), fractions (164), number sense (70)

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Provide students with the exploration questions to practice fraction/decimal conversions. After practicing converting decimals or fractions, allow students to check their answers on the website. Display a conversion on your interactive whiteboard or projector and have students explain or show the 2 comparisons in their Math journal. Set up your interactive whiteboard as a center for small groups to challenge each other with conversion questions. Each student could take a turn as puzzlemaster of a group of 4-5, posing a challenge by entering a decimal or fraction. Others in the group predict the correct answer. Keep score on the side of the IWB, and voila: instant, student-directed practice! Consider providing this link on your class website for students to access both in and out of the classroom.

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A+ Click - A+click

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1 to 12
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This site offers practice with math and challenging problems for all grade levels. If you teach math to grades 1-12, this site is a MUST SEE. It contains a graduated ...more
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This site offers practice with math and challenging problems for all grade levels. If you teach math to grades 1-12, this site is a MUST SEE. It contains a graduated set of over 1,000 problems starting from very easy and working up to very difficult levels. Each problem contains a short description and an image to help visualize the problem. Problems adapt to the skill of the person answering problems, grade levels cannot be increased until 5 correct problems in a row have been solved. The tests concentrate on understanding, spatial reasoning, and problem solving rather than math rules and theorems.

tag(s): decimals (88), fractions (164), logic (162), operations (75), order of operations (28), test prep (70)

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Share this site on your classroom newsletter or blog for students to access at home. Introduce the site on your interactive whiteboard or projector then create a link on classroom computers. Challenge students to progress through different grade levels and share problems with the class.

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Flower Power - Manga High

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4 to 9
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How much money can you make growing and harvesting exotic flowers? In order to be a professional grower, you need to order decimals, convert fractions to percentages and decimals, and...more
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How much money can you make growing and harvesting exotic flowers? In order to be a professional grower, you need to order decimals, convert fractions to percentages and decimals, and more. The better you are at these skills, the stronger and more interesting flowers will develop. This activity doesn't require a login; however, teachers can create an account and add student information so that scores can be saved. Be sure to check out the Achievements section which lists math skills practiced at each level.

tag(s): decimals (88), fractions (164), percent (57)

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Use this site on a projector or interactive whiteboard to discuss and informally assess prior knowledge as you start your study of percentages, decimals or fractions. Use on the interactive whiteboard as a springboard for classroom discussion on conversions of decimals, fractions and percentages. Install as a center on classroom computers for student practice of skills. Share this link on your class website for students to use both in and out of the classroom.

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Vector Kids - Rick Larson

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1 to 6
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Vector Kids was designed with the belief that students can strengthen math skills through interactive technology. The site includes many interactive math activities to practice basic...more
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Vector Kids was designed with the belief that students can strengthen math skills through interactive technology. The site includes many interactive math activities to practice basic computation skills, fractions, and algebra. Also included are 2 basic skills activities for counting coins and learning U.S. Capitals. Kids will enjoy the Math Invaders game that offers practice with multiplication and division.

tag(s): addition (125), capitals (15), division (98), flash cards (39), fractions (164), money (121), multiplication (119), subtraction (108), vision (44)

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Introduce the site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Then allow students to explore on their own. Share a link to the site on your class website or blog for students to practice at home. Practice with the flashcards as an alternative to traditional hand-held cards. Use this fabulous practice site in your math and social studies lessons.

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Math Continuum - Learn Alberta

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3 to 9
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This site contains many visual explanations of Math topics including interactive practice activities. Each explanation begins with a definition of the topic (such as adding or subtracting...more
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This site contains many visual explanations of Math topics including interactive practice activities. Each explanation begins with a definition of the topic (such as adding or subtracting fractions), then moves on to practicing the skill with the interactive pieces. Practice activities at the end of each topic are very visually appealing and will appeal to most students. One of the most useful portions of the site is the glossary which contains definitions of many Math terms along with examples of the terms in use.

tag(s): charts and graphs (163), fractions (164), integers (22), puzzles (142), statistics (108)

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This site would be useful for students to practice skills already learned; however, the explanations are not in-depth enough for beginning to learn concepts. Create a link on classroom computers or in the computer lab to use as practice. Use the glossary as a resource on your interactive whiteboard or projector when definitions are needed for math terms. Provide a link on your class website or blog to the glossary for students to access at home. Display the site on your interactive whiteboard, choose a subject such as adding/subtracting fractions, then click the link titled "topic" and choose the final item in the sequence - in this instance it is an activity called The Small Flood. These activities are perfect for whole-class practice in each subject.

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Fraction Quiz - Shodor

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3 to 12
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This activity provides good practice in converting fractions, decimals and percents, simplifying fractions and developing number sense. Choose from different time limits and difficulty...more
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This activity provides good practice in converting fractions, decimals and percents, simplifying fractions and developing number sense. Choose from different time limits and difficulty levels as well as activities such as percentages, converting fractions/decimals, reducing fractions, add/subtracting fractions and much more. The instructor tab provides information on standards addressed, suggested classroom uses and links to similar resources.

tag(s): decimals (88), fractions (164), percent (57), test prep (70)

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Post this site on your classroom website or blog to provide practice before quizzes and tests. Create a link on your classroom computers or computer lab to use as a center. Provide this link on your class website for students to access both in and out of the class.

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Fuel the Brain

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K to 5
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Check out this highly interactive site that offers a wealth of math activities, printables, and more for elementary students of all ages. Students will enjoy the many different Math...more
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Check out this highly interactive site that offers a wealth of math activities, printables, and more for elementary students of all ages. Students will enjoy the many different Math games such as Fact Worms (basic facts), A Lucky Place (place value), and Jelly Golf (fractions). Main topics include: Counting & Cardinality, Number & Operations, Operations & Algebraic Thinking, Measurement & Data, and Geometry. Interactives may be used without registering on the site; however, registration allows scores to be compiled and posted against other players. Be sure to check out the interactives such as Venn Diagrams as well as printables, teacher's guides, articles and seasonal resources. Activities have also been matched up to North Carolina Mathematics Standards.

tag(s): fractions (164), money (121), numbers (119), preK (238), puzzles (142)

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The interactives are perfect to use on interactive whiteboards or projectors. Use activities as an introduction to new units such as making change, counting on the number line, or recognizing numbers shown with base 10 blocks. Save this on your desktop on all of your classroom computers. List this link on your classroom website or blog. This is excellent enrichment and/or advancement for gifted students. It could also be used for extra practice for struggling students. This site is definitely one to save and revisit often.

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Math League Help - Math League

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4 to 8
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This site has been created as a resource for 4th to 8th graders. A list of math concepts is offered with links to resources. Topics include whole numbers, decimals, data, ...more
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This site has been created as a resource for 4th to 8th graders. A list of math concepts is offered with links to resources. Topics include whole numbers, decimals, data, fractions and many more. After choosing a topic such as whole numbers, you are linked to a comprehensive list of topics within that strand. Each topic includes a detailed explanation often including illustrations and examples. This site is virtually an online dictionary of math topics covered in 4th-8th grade.

tag(s): decimals (88), integers (22), percent (57), statistics (108)

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Display on the interactive whiteboard or projector when introducing or reviewing content in mathematics. Provide this link on your class website for students to use at home if they get confused on a particular math concept.

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Fire: Estimating Percent - Shodor

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6 to 8
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Practice estimating skills with number and percent on this website. After inputting a fractional probability of the "burn," click on the forest for the fire to take place. Based on...more
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Practice estimating skills with number and percent on this website. After inputting a fractional probability of the "burn," click on the forest for the fire to take place. Based on the number of trees burned, input the estimate of number or percent of trees burned. Choices are also available for how close the estimate should be - close, really close, or almost perfect. Be sure to check on the link for instructors that provides an exploration worksheet, links to standards, items for classroom discussion, and links to similar resources.

tag(s): estimation (33), fractions (164), percent (57), probability (94), test prep (70)

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Print out the exploration worksheet for students to complete, then discuss using your interactive whiteboard or projector. Using the interactive whiteboard, discuss why the probability of burn doesn't always equal the actual burn amount. Create a link on your classroom website, wiki, or blog for students to practice at home.

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Shmoop Pre-Algebra - Shmoop University

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4 to 9
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Shmoop Pre-Algebra offers students an overview of basic operations, basic geometry, fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, probability, and algebra including terms and additional...more
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Shmoop Pre-Algebra offers students an overview of basic operations, basic geometry, fractions, decimals, ratios, percentages, probability, and algebra including terms and additional websites. Interactives follow many topic overviews. The easy user interface will make it a favorite for students, though it is text-heavy in places.

tag(s): decimals (88), fractions (164), percent (57), ratios (51)

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Add the site to your classroom computers' favorites (and a link on your class website) for students to use from home or when they need to review pre-algebra topics. Use the games as a classroom activity on an interactive whiteboard to test student knowledge or to prepare for a test. Use the summaries yourself to help organize your presentation of the content. Students can create accounts on Shmoop to access more features, but the site is very useful even without an account.

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Fraction Webquest: Come and Get It! - Linda Hogancamp

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5 to 8
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This Fraction Webquest entitled "Come and Get It," takes students on a comprehensive journey through computation of fractions. The activities included in the webquest are thorough and...more
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This Fraction Webquest entitled "Come and Get It," takes students on a comprehensive journey through computation of fractions. The activities included in the webquest are thorough and engaging.

tag(s): cooking (31), fractions (164)

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Use Come and Get It! after introducing computation with fractions. This site would make an excellent review for a test on adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions. Students could work independently or with a partner. After completing the webquest, have students create fraction story problems that go along with cooking and/or food. Maybe include the story problems in a class wiki or an online book using Bookemon, reviewed here

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Free Fraction Worksheets - Peter Waycik

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2 to 8
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This site features several free downloadable fractions worksheets including modeling fractions, reducing fractions, adding fractions, subtracting fractions, multiplying fractions, and...more
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This site features several free downloadable fractions worksheets including modeling fractions, reducing fractions, adding fractions, subtracting fractions, multiplying fractions, and dividing fractions. All of the fraction worksheets come complete with an answer key.

tag(s): worksheets (65)

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This is a great site to help students better understand fractions. Use on an interactive whiteboard or projector and fill out the sheets on the board. Print out the worksheets and pair them with manipulatives and create a center. Since the worksheets have different levels, use them to differentiate for students who need extra scaffolding or for students who need extension activities.
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Help With Fractions - Skip Akers

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4 to 8
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Help With Fractions provides a step by step process for computing with fractions. Although rather simple, this site does offer some great information to new learners. It also...more
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Help With Fractions provides a step by step process for computing with fractions. Although rather simple, this site does offer some great information to new learners. It also includes a list of fraction related concepts like reducing fractions and equivalent fractions in addition to a fraction calculator. Be sure to advise students to ignore the advertisements on side panels.

tag(s): addition (125), division (98), fractions (164), multiplication (119), subtraction (108), vision (44)

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For younger students, share the site as a whole-class lesson on a projector or interactive whiteboard. Older students can use the site on individual computers to review fraction concepts. Make sure struggling students know how to find this site from home, list the site on your class webpage. As a project, have students create a video using a site such as SchoolTube (reviewed here) or other multimedia presentation based on one of the lessons. Share student created lessons to offer repetition and to help students master these important concepts.

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Math Wizz - the Statistician

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6 to 12
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Mathwizz.com provides help with many math related topics ranging from arithmetic to decimals to financial math. Interactive calculators allow students to test their own knowledge. Brief...more
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Mathwizz.com provides help with many math related topics ranging from arithmetic to decimals to financial math. Interactive calculators allow students to test their own knowledge. Brief lessons or descriptions provide simple explanantions to various concepts.

tag(s): calculators (38), decimals (88), fractions (164)

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Use this site as an informal assessment by having students complete a number of questions and then report their results to you. Many of the tests will require additional paper for solving problems. This activity would work well for individuals or pairs of students in a lab or on laptops, and would also be a great way to have a team competition as students use the site on an interactive whiteboard and try to solve problems.

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Basic Mathematics - Jetser Carasco

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K to 8
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Basic Mathematics is designed to help students and adults with the basic understanding of mathematics concepts and operations. Instructions follow a sequential logical order and concepts...more
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Basic Mathematics is designed to help students and adults with the basic understanding of mathematics concepts and operations. Instructions follow a sequential logical order and concepts are presented in clear, simple terms. Advertisements can be distracting.

tag(s): decimals (88), fractions (164)

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Assign students topics to teach to classmates. Have students use these sequential instructions as an outline or starting point for how to teach a topic. Students can create multimedia presentations to help their classmates learn. Have your students create an interactive online poster using Lucidpress, reviewed here. Challenge students to create a video and share using a site such as SchoolTube, reviewed here.

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Jamit Fractions - Adam Malinowski

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4 to 7
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Jamit Fractions is a series of 10 fraction lessons. Each lesson is followed by an interactive game that may not be supported on all devices due to it requiring JAVA. ...more
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Jamit Fractions is a series of 10 fraction lessons. Each lesson is followed by an interactive game that may not be supported on all devices due to it requiring JAVA. A culminating test shows students how much they have learned.

tag(s): fractions (164)

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Use this great fraction website to review fractions by having students go through the lessons and interactives individually or with a partner. This would also make for an excellent review prior to a fraction test. Be sure to list this link on your class website during a unit on fractions.

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Math Play - Doina Popovici

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K to 8
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Math Play offers a wide variety of fun (and educational) interactives. Most activities are suitable for elementary and middle grades. They are organized by grade level, content, and...more
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Math Play offers a wide variety of fun (and educational) interactives. Most activities are suitable for elementary and middle grades. They are organized by grade level, content, and game type. In addition to being kid-friendly and engaging, kids will enjoy the animation and bright colors. The advertisements are a bit of a distraction.

tag(s): addition (125), decimals (88), fractions (164), subtraction (108)

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A great website for a math game day due to the variety of concepts and levels. Use these activities as an informal assessment by observing students as they engage. Try using an interactive whiteboard to encourage friendly competition when students individual laptops are not available.

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