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MathGames - TeachMe, Inc.

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MathGames offers a large variety of math games and interactive questions for grades preK-8 all fully aligned to Common Core Standards. Choose a grade to start, or choose by skills....more
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MathGames offers a large variety of math games and interactive questions for grades preK-8 all fully aligned to Common Core Standards. Choose a grade to start, or choose by skills. Other options allow users to choose by grade level standards. Registration isn't necessary to play individual games; however, enrollment as a teacher provides additional features. Input your class to receive detailed progress reports as well as leaderboards and student competitions.

tag(s): addition (225), charts and graphs (196), DAT device agnostic tool (173), differentiation (56), division (160), equations (156), estimation (41), fractions (234), game based learning (157), geometric shapes (172), measurement (173), mental math (27), multiples (31), multiplication (211), patterns (86), preK (283), ratios (67), statistics (133), subtraction (189), time (137)

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MathGames is perfect for practice with many different math concepts. Include a link to games on your class website or classroom computers. Be sure to share games with parents for play at home. Take advantage of the free registration to register your class to follow student progress and challenge students to increase scores. Ask students to write blog entries replacing pen and paper and sharing their learning and understanding for each game using Telegra.ph, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration. If you are teaching younger students and looking for an easy way to integrate technology and check for understanding, challenge your students to create a blog using Edublog, reviewed here. Take this a step further enhance students' learning by to picking the game they learned the most from and make a feature video about it using Biteable, reviewed here. Biteable claims to be "the world's simplest video maker," and they may be right. If you teach using Common Core Standards, this site is excellent for finding practice activities aligned to the standards. Measure student growth for Common Core Standards using Edulastic, reviewed here.
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Geo Tombs - Room Recess

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3 to 6
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Practice finding area and perimeter with Geo Tombs. Select area or perimeter, or both, and shapes to begin play. Move your character throughout the activity to unlock correct answers...more
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Practice finding area and perimeter with Geo Tombs. Select area or perimeter, or both, and shapes to begin play. Move your character throughout the activity to unlock correct answers and earn points.
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tag(s): area (70), geometric shapes (172), perimeter (29)

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Share Geo Tombs on an interactive whiteboard to demonstrate how to play the game, then add a link to classroom computers for students to play during center time. Create a link to Geo Tombs on your class website for student practice at home. After playing, have students create an annotated image including text boxes and related links using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here, to demonstrate how to find perimeter and area.
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Geometry Math Is Fun - Math is fun

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4 to 12
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Geometry Math is Fun provides an extensive catalog of descriptions and explanations for geometry vocabulary. Each clickable link leads to an explanation of terms along with images (some...more
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Geometry Math is Fun provides an extensive catalog of descriptions and explanations for geometry vocabulary. Each clickable link leads to an explanation of terms along with images (some animated) demonstrating and explaining the term. In addition to basic terms, this site includes information on geometric symbols, tools used in geometry, and advanced topics in plane geometry.
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tag(s): angles (84), area (70), dictionaries (53), geometric shapes (172), pythagorean theorem (33), symmetry (45)

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Use this site on your interactive whiteboard to introduce and reinforce geometry concepts and vocabulary. Be sure to add a link to the site on your class website for students to access at home. Have students create an annotated image including text boxes and related links using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here to demonstrate geometry in everyday objects.

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STEM Careers Coalition - Discovery Education

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9 to 12
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The STEM Careers Coalition will help you and your students take a real-life view of STEM concepts in action with the activities on this site detailing careers and projects. Visit ...more
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The STEM Careers Coalition will help you and your students take a real-life view of STEM concepts in action with the activities on this site detailing careers and projects. Visit the Education tab at the top to find Resources and activities for interactive lessons correlated to math and science standards. Two examples of the activities are: analyzing irrigation systems (after trying to build a mini one of their own), and discussing renewable and non-renewable energy sources and creating a proposal for a power solution for a ranger station in rural Alaska. There are several others of the same quality. All of the activities include materials lists (when needed) and handouts for students. The Career section contains videos (2 to 5 minutes long), career profiles, and student activation PDFs.

tag(s): energy (211), geology (79), recycling (56), STEM (218), water (140)

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Take advantage of the free lesson plans and interactives. This site is excellent for enrichment; consider using the lessons with gifted students for independent learning or as project ideas for math and science fairs. Enhance classroom technology use and challenge students to make a multimedia presentation demonstrating ideas from this site using Sway, reviewed here. Sway creates unique multimedia projects using text, images, and media. Change the look of your Sway using the Mood and Remix tools to change the color palette, layout, and fonts. Challenge students to find photos or diagrams about what they learned (legally permitted to be reproduced), and then narrate and annotate the photo with essential information. Use a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here. With Thinglink, students can also add videos and links to help explain what certain parts of the image are about. Thinglink presents a variety of levels for technology use depending on teacher requirements for the project, or even student ability.

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The Educator's Guide to Building & Construction - HomeAdvisor

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K to 12
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HomeAdvisor presents a series of lessons, activities, projects, and videos for grades K-12 introducing young people to the world of construction. Choose a grade level band to begin...more
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HomeAdvisor presents a series of lessons, activities, projects, and videos for grades K-12 introducing young people to the world of construction. Choose a grade level band to begin browsing content. Topics include real-world activities such as viewing and building bird houses, scientific experiments to learn about erosion, and analyzing electric circuits.

tag(s): animal homes (68), animals (324), architecture (84), bridges (12), circuits (20), counting (105), electricity (90), engineering (131), erosion (18), geometric shapes (172), habitats (115), insects (75), makerspace (32), pyramids (28), simple machines (31), solar energy (40), STEM (218), water (140)

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Take advantage of the many free lesson plans and activities to incorporate STEM activities and Maker projects into your classroom. Ask a parent volunteer, local contractor, or naturalist to come in and help with activities. If you are beginning the process of integrating technology, have students create blogs sharing their learning and understanding using Loose Leaves, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration.

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Peg & Cat - PBS Kids

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K to 4
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Join Peg & Cat on their math adventures with this entertaining site. Watch videos, play games, or check out the latest adventures. Each activity explores math skills such as counting,...more
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Join Peg & Cat on their math adventures with this entertaining site. Watch videos, play games, or check out the latest adventures. Each activity explores math skills such as counting, fractions, or shapes through real-world lessons. Don't miss the link to activities located under the main part of the homepage; this includes recipes, coloring pages, crafts, and more.

tag(s): addition (225), fractions (234), geometric shapes (172), number sense (98), numbers (189), operations (117), preK (283), subtraction (189)

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Use this site as a learning station or center. Be sure to include a link on your class web page for use at home. Ask a volunteer to come into your classroom to help students make crafts or fix a recipe from the site. Film your students discussing math concepts and share them using a tool such as SchoolTube, reviewed here.
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CyArk - CyArk & Partners

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K to 12
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CyArk offers an online library of cultural heritage sites using 3D and digital technology. One of their main goals is to provide a resource for saving representations before losing...more
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CyArk offers an online library of cultural heritage sites using 3D and digital technology. One of their main goals is to provide a resource for saving representations before losing them to the natural progression of time, disasters, or other unknown factors. View offerings by theme or project for 3D images, photographs, and in-depth information about the site. Within the theme link, use the timeline to view by period, or use the dropdown boxes to choose by culture or country. CyArk also includes many lesson plans based on principles used in creating the website.

tag(s): archeology (30), egypt (61), environment (317), erosion (18), graphic design (42), mayans (13), photography (145), romans (37), speech (87), virtual field trips (77)

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You and your students will love exploring the many areas from around the world on this fascinating site! Be sure to create a link on classroom computers and your class website for students to explore on their own. History and social studies teachers can partner with science and math teachers to present the lesson plans to students. Have students create a multimedia presentation of a cultural site using Slidestory, reviewed here. This site allows you to narrate a picture. Challenge students to find a photo (legally permitted to be reproduced), and then narrate the photo as if it is a news report. Have cooperative learning groups create podcasts sharing details found on CyArk. Use a site such as podOmatic, reviewed here. Take a virtual field trip to any of CyArk's sites without leaving the comfort of your classroom!

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Study Jams - Scholastic

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3 to 8
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Study Jams offers engaging instruction and review activities in both math and science. Some sample science topics include plants, human body, the solar system, weather, matter, and...more
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Study Jams offers engaging instruction and review activities in both math and science. Some sample science topics include plants, human body, the solar system, weather, matter, and more. Math topics include numbers (place value, number lines, estimation), algebra, addition/subtraction, problem solving, and others. Don't miss the "Jams" sure to excite your students to learn new skills in a musical and entertaining manner. Key vocabulary is presented along with a short video explanation of each topic. In addition to the video, there is an option to test your own ability. Each topic can also be printed to use in the classroom and there is a link to related "jams."

tag(s): addition (225), animals (324), climate (97), decimals (126), differentiation (56), division (160), ecosystems (89), energy (211), estimation (41), forces (47), fractions (234), game based learning (157), human body (131), landforms (47), light (55), matter (64), measurement (173), minerals (17), multiplication (211), number lines (35), percent (79), place value (56), plants (176), probability (135), problem solving (292), rocks (50), solar system (124), sound (104), subtraction (189), weather (207)

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Excite your students with the Jams! Share the Jam videos on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Have students sing along and learn more about science and math. Especially younger students will enjoy this feature. Create a link to the site on your classroom website or blog for students to use for review and practice at home. Use the many topics available to differentiate for all students in your classroom. Create learning centers using this site or use it on individual laptops. Print out the quizzes for students to take as an assessment.
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With Math I Can - Amazon

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K to 12
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Increase math confidence and outcomes through a growth mindset with many resources located at With Math I Can. Research demonstrates that students who believe their abilities can grow...more
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Increase math confidence and outcomes through a growth mindset with many resources located at With Math I Can. Research demonstrates that students who believe their abilities can grow and change, achieve higher than those who think they have a fixed ability. Choose from resources for the classroom, your district, and at home to begin. Each of the sections includes videos and links to resources for learning about the growth mindset and its components.

tag(s): brain (64), mental math (27)

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This site is perfect for teachers, families, and students who lack confidence in math. Use the classroom resources on your interactive whiteboard or projector to demonstrate and teach students lessons on perseverance, grit, and more. Include activities as part of your professional development as you discuss math curriculum during staff meetings. Be sure to share the at home resources with parents on your class website, include parents by sharing stories from your classroom as students work on developing their growth mindset.
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Math Salamanders - Crispin Salamander

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K to 6
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Math Salamander offers a huge selection of math worksheets and interactives for preschool through 5th grade. Browse the site by grade level or topic to find the resources available....more
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Math Salamander offers a huge selection of math worksheets and interactives for preschool through 5th grade. Browse the site by grade level or topic to find the resources available. In addition to worksheets, choose the Online Practice for online interacitves to practice math knowledge and skills.
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tag(s): addition (225), division (160), geometric shapes (172), measurement (173), money (182), multiplication (211), number sense (98), numbers (189), place value (56), preK (283), subtraction (189), time (137), worksheets (65)

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Although there is relatively heavy advertising on this site, the many resources make it worth a look. Take advantage of the free worksheets on Math Salamander for use with students needing additional practice, to send home when parents request additional work, or to keep in your substitute folder for quick practice activities. Be sure to share a link on your class page for parents to access at home. Create a link to online interactives on your classroom computers for use as a math center.

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The Art of Questioning in Mathematics - Henrico County Public Schools

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K to 12
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Find a very simple, but very useful file for asking questions in (mathematics) classes. Even though these are labeled for math, they are open-ended questions that will work well for...more
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Find a very simple, but very useful file for asking questions in (mathematics) classes. Even though these are labeled for math, they are open-ended questions that will work well for any subject. The one page PDF file provides questions to help students rely on themselves to provide answers, solve problems, and connect (mathematical) ideas.

tag(s): questioning (37)

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Don't skip over this one if you teach math! These questions are good to use in many discussions on many topics. Print this file and include it with all (math) lesson plans. Take one section per month and focus on using those questions with students. Share with your peers as part of your professional discussions in questioning techniques. Include this print out with your Meet the Teacher activities to help parents understand how they can use questions to help students understand math.
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PARCC Practice Tests - English and Math - Pearson Education

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3 to 11
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This site offers practice tests for grades 3-11 in English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics. Choose one content area to begin, and then select a grade level. Find many options...more
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This site offers practice tests for grades 3-11 in English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics. Choose one content area to begin, and then select a grade level. Find many options within each grade level for online or paper tests, Spanish and Braille, and large print for visually impaired students.

tag(s): test prep (87)

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Use as a teaching tool on your interactive whiteboard or projector to help students understand how standardized tests will look. Continue to use individually or as small group instruction. Share a link to practice tests on your class website for use at home.
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Inquiry Maths - Andrew Blair

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1 to 12
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Inquiry Maths provides a large variety of resources for teaching and encouraging inquiry math practices. Choose from different content options to find complete lesson activities with...more
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Inquiry Maths provides a large variety of resources for teaching and encouraging inquiry math practices. Choose from different content options to find complete lesson activities with everything needed to guide students through the inquiry process such as a lesson outline, lesson and mathematical notes, examples, downloads for use on whiteboards, and even classroom posters. Other links provide background information to understand and research how to teach using inquiry math concepts. The first set of links found on the site is for upper elementary and secondary math. Use the last link on the list to find prompts and resources for primary students. The site was created in the UK, so some of the pronunciations and spellings may differ from those in American English.

tag(s): angles (84), area (70), equations (156), fractions (234), geometric shapes (172), mean (27), median (23), mode (17), number sense (98), perimeter (29)

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Take advantage of the free lessons and materials found on this site for teaching math. Collaborate with colleagues and use this site for professional development as you implement inquiry math into your curriculum. Use prompts and problems from this site for group learning activities and in your math centers. Challenge cooperative learning groups to create videos demonstrating their learning and share them on a site such as TeacherTube reviewed here.
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Mathematical Thinking for English Language Learners - Education Development Center, Inc

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5 to 9
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Mathematical Thinking for English Language Learners contains 14 math tasks designed for middle school students. Each task includes five support tools: warm-ups, sentence starters &...more
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Mathematical Thinking for English Language Learners contains 14 math tasks designed for middle school students. Each task includes five support tools: warm-ups, sentence starters & frames, word chats, support notes, and a Spanish translation of the task. Tasks focus upon geometry concepts such as area and shapes. Download individual tasks in PDF format using the links provided.

tag(s): area (70), geometric shapes (172), measurement (173), rotation (9), tangrams (12)

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Although created for English Language Learners, take advantage of these geometric tasks for use with all students. Use the Sentence Starters and Story Frames as models for incorporating writing into any math lesson. If you are beginning the process of integrating technology, replace paper and pen by having students create blogs sharing their mathematical thinking and understanding using Pen.io, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration. If you are teaching younger students and looking for an easy way to integrate technology and check for understanding, challenge your students to create a blog using Edublog, reviewed here.
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ProfRobBob's YouTube Channel - Rob Tarrou

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7 to 12
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This YouTube channel includes a growing selection of math instruction videos for Algebra through AP Statistics. Browse through videos on the home page or go to the site's playlists...more
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This YouTube channel includes a growing selection of math instruction videos for Algebra through AP Statistics. Browse through videos on the home page or go to the site's playlists for videos grouped by topic. If your district blocks YouTube, then they may not be viewable.
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tag(s): angles (84), area (70), charts and graphs (196), equations (156), factoring (31), functions (68), inequalities (25), polynomials (29), probability (135), problem solving (292), quadratics (32), statistics (133), video (274), volume (49)

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Share these videos on an interactive whiteboard or projector. FLIP your classroom and have students view the videos at home to discuss and apply the next day in class (this is an excellent option if your school blocks YouTube). Use the videos to introduce or practice any math topic and assign others from the series for homework. Be sure to provide this link on your class website for students (and their families) to access at home for additional math practice.

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Reason and Wonder - Michael Fenton

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5 to 10
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Reason and Wonder is a blog written by an experienced junior high and high school mathematics teacher. Posts offer insight into classroom lessons and explorations. Choose the Lessons...more
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Reason and Wonder is a blog written by an experienced junior high and high school mathematics teacher. Posts offer insight into classroom lessons and explorations. Choose the Lessons link, on the top menu bar, to find several problem-based lessons aligned to Common Core Standards. Another portion of the site includes challenges for learning and using Desmos, an online graphing calculator reviewed here. Be sure to explore archives dating back to March 2013.

tag(s): blogs (78), characterization (18), equations (156), problem solving (292)

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Subscribe to Reason and Wonder to receive email updates with new posts and lessons. Incorporate lessons found on this site into your current lesson plans. If you are beginning the process of integrating technology, have students create blogs sharing their learning and understanding using Telegra.ph, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration. Challenge cooperative learning groups to create videos including problem-solving and discussion, and then share them on a site such as TeacherTube, reviewed here.

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MasterMath - Stan Lisle

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5 to 9
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MasterMath offers a large variety of resources for middle school mathematics, including videos, worksheets, and quizzes. Choose from 6th, 7th, or 8th-grade math, or Algebra 1 divided...more
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MasterMath offers a large variety of resources for middle school mathematics, including videos, worksheets, and quizzes. Choose from 6th, 7th, or 8th-grade math, or Algebra 1 divided into quarters. Click on any lesson description correlated to FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) standards to view all resources offered for that standard. If your district blocks YouTube, you are given an Archive link that should play the video.
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tag(s): charts and graphs (196), decimals (126), equations (156), fractions (234), functions (68), integers (40)

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Use MasterMath resources as part of your flipped classroom. Have students watch videos before coming to class, then discuss questions and problems together. Create a link to videos on your class web page for students to view at home for additional practice. Use this site as an anticipatory set or "activator" to introduce a unit or lesson on a projector or interactive whiteboard. Share this site with other math teachers on your campus, especially NEW teachers.
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Math 4 Raft Race - Learn Alberta

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3 to 6
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Help Carl and his friends enter the school raft race challenge. Use your math skills to collect the four items needed to build a raft. Complete as many activities as ...more
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Help Carl and his friends enter the school raft race challenge. Use your math skills to collect the four items needed to build a raft. Complete as many activities as possible to enhance the quality of your raft. Practice your skills with basic operations, symmetry, time, equations, diagrams, and more. When finished, watch what happens when Carl and his friends enter the race!

tag(s): equations (156), symmetry (45), time (137), venn diagrams (19)

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Introduce the Raft Race on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Allow students to explore and play on their own. Share a link to the site on your class website for students to play at home. Use this site as an anticipatory set or "activator" to introduce a unit or lesson on time, symmetry, equations, and more. Use ideas from this activity and have students create an annotated image including text boxes and related links using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here, to explain what they learned.
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In the fractions section in the lumber yard, there is an error in the program. Even though an activity is listed as correct, the program does not place a check mark on the activity to show that it was completed successfully. Note from the editor: Thank you for the information about this tool. Sharon, PA, Grades: 0 - 8

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Mathematics Instructional Resources - Los Angeles Unified School District

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The Los Angeles Unified School District offers resources for math instruction in all grades and correlated to Common Core Standards. Choose from elementary, middle, or high school links...more
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The Los Angeles Unified School District offers resources for math instruction in all grades and correlated to Common Core Standards. Choose from elementary, middle, or high school links to find curriculum maps, lessons, and assessments offered by grade level or high school curriculum topic. Middle and High School links also provide intervention through tutorial labs. Be sure to check out the printable article Opening Strong in a Common Core Classroom that provides many suggestions and strategies for the first ten days of school.

tag(s): assessment (128), commoncore (95), professional development (226)

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Bookmark this site for use throughout the year. Take advantage of the free lesson plans and curriculum maps provided. Share with colleagues as you plan Common Core lessons. Use the intervention links provided for middle and high school students to reinforce and review topics. Share the Opening Strong in a Common Core Classroom article with your back to school activities.
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Musing Mathematically - Vines - Nat Banting

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Watch mathematics in action through videos of six seconds or less created using the Vine app. View the title along with the short videos demonstrating equations, patterns, factoring,...more
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Watch mathematics in action through videos of six seconds or less created using the Vine app. View the title along with the short videos demonstrating equations, patterns, factoring, and more. Some contain links to blog posts with additional ideas and information about the concept.

tag(s): equations (156), factors (40), geometric shapes (172), patterns (86), video (274)

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Share Vines as a quick visual for many concepts. Challenge students to create their own Vine. Have cooperative learning groups create videos and share them on a site such as TeacherTube, reviewed here. Share a link to any Vine on your class website or blog as a reminder of any concept.

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