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Johnnie's Math Page - Johnnie Wilson

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K to 8
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This large collection of math activities was organized by a math specialist (former 5th grade teacher). The activities are organized into categories based upon the topic beginning with...more
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This large collection of math activities was organized by a math specialist (former 5th grade teacher). The activities are organized into categories based upon the topic beginning with numbers and moving up in levels to statistics and probability. In addition to selecting games by math concept, use the grade level links to choose games appropriate for first through sixth grade. Many, but not all, activities include correlations to Common Core Math Standards. Make sure you scroll down to the bottom of the home page to find a series of video explanations of math topics. Teachers, also check out the link for teachers that includes number lines, hundreds charts, pattern block activities, and much more.
This site includes advertising.

tag(s): addition (128), counting (58), division (101), measurement (129), multiplication (123), patterns (62), probability (94), statistics (109), subtraction (111), symmetry (29), tangrams (7)

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What a fantastic website to include in your classroom web page and newsletter. All of these activities are perfect for an interactive whiteboard or projector. Share a link to games and activities for students to play during math centers. This is an excellent resource for gifted students. The activities could also be used for enrichment, additional practice, and re-teaching skills. Use these activities for students to share as part of their digital portfolio by asking students to share their reflections and tips on learning new concepts. Seesaw, reviewed here is an excellent tool for creating and sharing online portfolios.

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Geometry - Johnnie's Math Page

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2 to 8
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This fantastic collection of links was organized by a math specialist (a former 5th grade teacher). The site provides over forty interactive math activities that all relate to geometry....more
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This fantastic collection of links was organized by a math specialist (a former 5th grade teacher). The site provides over forty interactive math activities that all relate to geometry. Some of the specific topics include pattern blocks, square tiles, pentominoes, geoboards, symmetry, tangrams, triangles, angle measures, polyhedra, cartesian grids, tessellations, point of view, and numerous other topics. What a wonderful resource to use with elementary or middle school math students.

tag(s): angles (50), symmetry (29), tangrams (7)

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This website provides excellent resources to use for additional practice, re-teaching skills, enrichment activities, or even advanced activities for your gifted students. All of the math activities are perfect for an interactive whiteboard (or projector). Treat your class to these fabulous resources.

Be sure to include this link on your classroom web page, blog and/or newsletter.

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Tangram Game - Gieson Studios

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2 to 6
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This interactive tangram activity consists of a series of challenges, each involving 7 randomly selected, timed puzzles. Points are awarded for correctly solving each puzzle, and players...more
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This interactive tangram activity consists of a series of challenges, each involving 7 randomly selected, timed puzzles. Points are awarded for correctly solving each puzzle, and players can earn bonus points for speed. Note: tangram pieces cannot be rotated, making this a slightly easier spatial activity, perfect for elementary students.

tag(s): manipulatives (8), tangrams (7)

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Use this site as a learning station or center. Have students work to solve the puzzles individually or in cooperative learning groups. This site is an excellent addition to any geometry class, and can be used either as an introduction, or as a way to show the uses of geometry. Ignore the advertising; the site content is worth it.

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Tangram Game - PBS

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2 to 6
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This is a tradition tangram activity with a technological twist. Read the introductory instructions carefully then turn your students loose to recreate a displayed image using seven...more
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This is a tradition tangram activity with a technological twist. Read the introductory instructions carefully then turn your students loose to recreate a displayed image using seven geometric shapes. This is an excellent activity for improving visual-spatial skills.

tag(s): geometric shapes (133), logic (163), problem solving (217), tangrams (7)

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Tangrams are perfect for practicing shapes, problem-solving, and spatial reasoning skills. Share this activity on student computers for use as a math center, or share a link with parents for students to play at home. Include this tangram activity and others within a blended learning lesson created using TES Teach Blendspace, reviewed here. Include videos, interactives such as this game, quizzes, and other learning activities in one shareable link.

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