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Math Videos - mathplayground.com

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2 to 10
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As the name suggests, this website offers numerous math videos. The videos answer specific questions (sent in by students). General topics include numbers and their properties, addition,...more
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As the name suggests, this website offers numerous math videos. The videos answer specific questions (sent in by students). General topics include numbers and their properties, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percents, geometry, measurement, data, word problems, and advanced topics. The website currently features 20-30 videos. New ones are frequently added. Students and teachers are able to send in specific math questions, but the response time is currently "on delay." The videos are mainly audio with simple illustrations. Each video is short in length and requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): decimals (133), fractions (239), measurement (159), numbers (204), percent (82)

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The possibilities at this website abound. The website offers both audio and visual descriptions for each math topic, thus enabling you to reach your visual and audio learners. Use your interactive whiteboard or projector to share a specific topic with your students. Or make the videos a learning center for students to explore independently, and view the videos that relate to their individual needs. Be sure to provide this link for home use via your class newsletter or on your website.
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Math with Mr. Almeida YouTube Channel - Joseph Almeida

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K to 12
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Math with Mr. Almeida is an extensive YouTube channel of math videos aligned to Common Core Standards and more. There are many unique topics and even some math raps! Video ...more
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Math with Mr. Almeida is an extensive YouTube channel of math videos aligned to Common Core Standards and more. There are many unique topics and even some math raps! Video titles begin with the actual Common Core Standard addressed and a summarizing phrase of the content. Scroll through the playlists to find videos sorted by grade levels from Kindergarten through High School. Subscribe to Mr. Almeida's channel to receive notice of new uploads. If your district blocks YouTube, the videos 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.
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tag(s): addition (251), angles (88), area (66), decimals (133), fractions (239), geometric shapes (163), mixed numbers (14), place value (56), probability (130), video (254), volume (45)

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Bookmark and save this YouTube channel for use throughout the school year when teaching math lessons. Use the embed code or links to share videos on your class website or blog to "flip" your class, having students watch them before class discussion and practice. Or view videos together on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Set up a video chat time during the evening using one of these YouTube videos using a tool such as Watch Together, reviewed here. To share a single video from this site without all the YouTube clutter, use a tool such as SafeShareTV, reviewed here and create a shortcut to the SafeShare page directly on the desktop.
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Yay Math! Videos - Robert Ahdoot

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6 to 11
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Yay Math! is a series of lively math videos filmed in live classrooms. View videos for Algebra 1, 2, and Geometry concepts. Videos run approximately 15 to 30 minutes in ...more
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Yay Math! is a series of lively math videos filmed in live classrooms. View videos for Algebra 1, 2, and Geometry concepts. Videos run approximately 15 to 30 minutes in length and include an accompanying worksheet. You can preview the first part of the videos. Wait a few seconds to click "Skip this ad." Many videos also include an online quiz. Just enter the access code provided to begin. You will also need to provide a name and email address. These 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 at home.
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tag(s): angles (88), area (66), charts and graphs (195), equations (155), exponents (42), factoring (31), factors (42), functions (70), geometric shapes (163), inequalities (29), polynomials (32), pythagorean theorem (35), quadratics (32), square roots (24)

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If you don't want to provide an email address for quizzes, use a disposable email address tool such as Mail Catch reviewed here to obtain a temporary email address. Share links to videos on your class website or blog and on classroom computers for student viewing. Use videos as inspiration to create your own math videos or challenge cooperative learning groups to create videos and share them on a site such as TeacherTube reviewed here.
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Math Instructional Videos in Spanish - Arkansas Digital Learning Portal

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7 to 12
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This site offers a large collection of math instructional videos all in Spanish. Topics include Algebra 1 and Geometry topics such as finding slope, using Scientific Notation, and solving...more
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This site offers a large collection of math instructional videos all in Spanish. Topics include Algebra 1 and Geometry topics such as finding slope, using Scientific Notation, and solving equations. Scroll through the links to choose and view videos. Each video includes a printed Spanish transcript for easy download in a PDF version. Easily share videos using links provided for many social networking sites and email.

tag(s): angles (88), division (172), equations (155), geometric shapes (163), multiplication (227), pythagorean theorem (35), ratios (53), spanish (108), video (254)

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Share these videos on your interactive whiteboard or projector. These are ideal for Spanish speaking students. Why not crossover math and Spanish lessons and do a unit together? Be sure to include this site on your class web page for students to access both in and outside of class for further practice. Share this link on your website for any student (or parent) who may benefit from hearing directions in Spanish. ESL/ELL students and their teachers will love this find! If you teach math with many ELL students, these videos can help you learn Spanish terminology to sprinkle into your classes. Why not have students create some of their own bilingual math videos to help their classmates and future students?

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Center of Math Videos - CenterofMath.org

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11 to 12
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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...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 (32), equations (155), exponents (42), functions (70), motion (59), polynomials (32), statistics (122), variables (22), vectors (25), video (254), volume (45)

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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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Mathster Vakkas Math Videos and Lessons - Mathster Vakkas Productions

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K to 6
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Find fun and engaging resources for teaching elementary math with real-life objects. Resources include skits, tutorials, interactive read alouds, and worksheets on Common Core topics....more
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Find fun and engaging resources for teaching elementary math with real-life objects. Resources include skits, tutorials, interactive read alouds, and worksheets on Common Core topics. After registering with your email address, use the links to find lessons or tutorials by topic. Hover over the icon to view a short description of the activity, suggested grade level, and difficulty level. Each activity includes printable slides from the video, practice pages, and answer keys. There is also a section to choose to learn how to solve the problem for each activity. One unique feature of the site is the interactive read alouds. Just click play, and stories read on your own. There are also extension activities to print and use at the stories' end. Registration (with email) is required. However, all is FREE.

tag(s): addition (251), charts and graphs (195), division (172), fractions (239), geometric shapes (163), money (193), multiplication (227), patterns (85), probability (130), subtraction (208), time (144)

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Use the videos and tutorials from this site throughout the year to engage students in math learning. View videos on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Watch videos in the classroom then provide students with handouts to complete at home using objects they see every day. If your school is BYOD, have students view the video on their own devices (at home or school) and discuss what they learned in class the next day. Encourage parents to watch the videos, too!
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MathFlix - Loyola University Chicago School of Education

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6 to 12
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MathFlix is a resource of over 1000 QuickTime videos sorted by topic. The site also includes over 400 downloadable worksheets that reinforce concepts and provide additional practice....more
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MathFlix is a resource of over 1000 QuickTime videos sorted by topic. The site also includes over 400 downloadable worksheets that reinforce concepts and provide additional practice. The videos themselves are hosted at many different locations on the web, but this index makes it easy to find them by math topic. Enter the site by choosing either the "I am a teacher" or "I am a student" icon. The teacher link lists topics by standards and content within each standard. Choose from Number & Operations, Algebra, Technology, and more. Each of these links leads to further subcategories listing video titles to view. The student link leads to clickable images or words, including topic and subcategory. Choose one of these links to go directly to the list of videos available for that topic. Be sure not to miss the links at the bottom of the page. They aren't quite as obvious as information for the videos; however, they include additional information relating to Common Core, assessment, and curriculum support.

tag(s): area (66), charts and graphs (195), decimals (133), estimation (46), fractions (239), inequalities (29), logic (235), numbers (204), patterns (85), percent (82), perimeter (32), polls and surveys (48), probability (130), problem solving (272), statistics (122), symmetry (55), variables (22), whole numbers (16)

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Bookmark this site as a resource for math videos to use on your interactive whiteboard or on classroom computers. Watch videos together to introduce or review classroom concepts. Or "flip" your classroom by sharing the videos oor independent viewing before you discuss the topic in class. Share a link to videos on your classroom website or blog for students to use as a review resource at home. Share this entire site on your class website, wiki, or blog for alternative presentations of topics that are difficult. Challenge cooperative learning groups to create videos of their own on math concepts. Share the videos on a site such as TeacherTube reviewed here.

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Math Game Time - Fila LLC

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K to 7
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Math Game Time is a free website with math videos, worksheets, and games. Find topics listed by grade level (PreK - 7th grade) or concept. You can make your ...more
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Math Game Time is a free website with math videos, worksheets, and games. Find topics listed by grade level (PreK - 7th grade) or concept. You can make your games public or private, allowing "outsiders" to play against you or inviting opponents you choose. Join the newsletter to keep up with the latest from this site. Apps for this site are available for purchase on tablets, but the web games are free. They require Flash, so web versions will not work on iOS devices using Safari.
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tag(s): addition (251), decimals (133), division (172), fractions (239), multiplication (227), numbers (204), operations (126), preK (281), printables (38), ratios (53), subtraction (208)

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Introduce the site to students on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Allow students to explore the site on their own or with a partner. Create a link on classroom computers for students to practice during free time. Share the link on your classroom blog or website for students to practice at home. Use the site as a resource to supplement Math topics being taught in class. Share the site with parents at Open House or Math Nights at school.
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PSToM - Parents, Students, Teachers of Mathematics - Mindstretch Learning Lab

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7 to 10
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PSToM is an online portal for Algebra 1, and they plan to add more courses. Follow a student's progress and know exactly what the student is learning in math. ...more
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PSToM is an online portal for Algebra 1, and they plan to add more courses. Follow a student's progress and know exactly what the student is learning in math. Students can learn at their own pace, assess their own learning, and know how well they are doing in math (and why!). Recommend math videos tailored to each students strengths and weaknesses. PSToM has built-in math problems with an area to solve them, math videos, built-in tests, and a place to discuss learning.

tag(s): equations (155), exponents (42), factoring (31), inequalities (29), integers (41), order of operations (33), polynomials (32), quadratics (32)

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Set up classroom accounts and activities for students. Use PSToM as a supplement to your math classroom and to customize math lessons or extra help for your students. Give students the opportunity to work on math at their own level in a computer lab setting or as a center on classroom computers. Share the site with parents through your class website or newsletter as a resource to use at home.
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Mathispower4u - Video Tutorials - James Sousa

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4 to 12
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Math Video Tutorials offers 5,000 free math videos organized by course and topic. And the offerings are constantly growing. Videos are hosted on YouTube and SchoolTube and are all 10...more
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Math Video Tutorials offers 5,000 free math videos organized by course and topic. And the offerings are constantly growing. Videos are hosted on YouTube and SchoolTube and are all 10 minutes or less in length. Content includes arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, business calculus, and calculus. Each main topic includes links to the videos organized by more specific topics - for example, algebra videos are sorted by introduction to algebra, rational expressions, equations and functions, equations and percentages, exponential and logarithmic functions, graphing, linear equations, and more. If your district blocks YouTube, the videos may not be viewable. You could always view them at home and bring them to class "on a stick" to share. Use a tool such as Freemake Video Converter, reviewed here, to download the videos from YouTube.

tag(s): area (66), business (58), charts and graphs (195), equations (155), factoring (31), functions (70), integers (41), measurement (159), operations (126), order of operations (33), percent (82), place value (56), prime numbers (31), ratios (53), test prep (96), tutorials (47), volume (45)

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Share videos on your interactive whiteboard as in introduction to a new concept or as review. Embed the links to videos of weekly concepts on your class website or blog. Create a link on classroom computers to current content for students to use as a review resource. Ask students to rate the most helpful videos they find and share their recommendations on a class wiki. Share this site with parents to use as a resource when helping students at home. Challenge students to create their own how-to video of math concepts. Share the videos using a tool such as SchoolTube, reviewed here.

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Learn it in 5 - How to Videos - Learnitin5.com

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K to 12
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This site offers short video tutorials for many common web 2.0 tools, technology tasks, and subject specific items. This is truly an awesome find! Some examples of topics (at the ...more
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This site offers short video tutorials for many common web 2.0 tools, technology tasks, and subject specific items. This is truly an awesome find! Some examples of topics (at the time of this review) include: Twitter Hashtags, Adding Pictures to your Wiki, Google Swirl, YouTube Interactive Videos, and countless others. Additional videos provide still images set to music and can be used during instruction. These videos include the American Revolution, Algebra Mistakes, and science topics. There appears to be a new tutorial added every few weeks, so check back often. The actual videos are hosted on YouTube, so they may be blocked in some schools.

tag(s): tutorials (47), video (254)

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This site is great for teachers and students. Show these videos using an projector or interactive whiteboard to introduce students to a new web 2.0 tool before starting a project. The videos are five minutes or less so they won't take up too much instructional time. Make this link available as a Favorite on you teacher public page as student self-help. These videos are also helpful for teachers who want to know more about tech tools but don't have the time to participate in lengthy workshops. Please note that the videos are embedded YouTube videos so they may be blocked by your district. If your school blocks streaming video sites, consider accessing this site and choosing videos at home. Use a tool such as KeepVid reviewed here to download the videos from YouTube.

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Mr. P's Math Page - Mr. P

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6 to 12
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Mr. P offers a site loaded with Math humor, facts, problems, songs, videos, quotes, puzzles, games, poems, and lesson plans. Especially helpful are the math videos (which require QuickTime)....more
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Mr. P offers a site loaded with Math humor, facts, problems, songs, videos, quotes, puzzles, games, poems, and lesson plans. Especially helpful are the math videos (which require QuickTime). The Math Poems and Songs are great for your more auditory learners. The problem of the month is offered with the solution provided at the end of the month; however, previous problems, with their solutions, are archived and available to use.

tag(s): equations (155), humor (15), polynomials (32), puzzles (208)

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Introduce this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Then have students explore this site independently or in small groups. Use the Problem of the Month as homework or extra credit for students. Use resources from the site such as poems, riddles, and articles to supplement current topics being taught in class. Encourage students to try and make up some of their own poems, songs, or puzzles.

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Mr. R's World of Math - Mr. R

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K to 12
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"I decided to put together Mathstory.com to keep students smiling and engaged as they mastered mathematical concepts," is Mr. R's explanation for this site that includes many resources...more
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"I decided to put together Mathstory.com to keep students smiling and engaged as they mastered mathematical concepts," is Mr. R's explanation for this site that includes many resources for elementary teachers along with a few lessons for Jr High and High School teachers. Be sure to check out the Math Videos page which includes 20 homemade videos created for learning strategies for counting and multiplying (the page may be slow to load because of the number of videos included). The Math Story link currently leads you to the online book, Fourth Grade and the Evil Wizard of Math. Each chapter contains math problems. There are many math lessons included for all grade levels. Don't miss the interesting math poems to learn geometric shapes. There is A LOT here to explore!
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tag(s): geometric shapes (163), interactive stories (32), poetry (228), video (254)

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Share a Math Poem a day from the site with your class on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Challenge students to create their own Math Poems. Math videos on the site are perfect to share on your interactive whiteboard, or create a link on classroom computers and allow students to explore the videos on their own. Share the Math Story as a read-aloud during Math class. Put this link on your class website for students to access both in and out of the classroom.
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Vi Hart's Blog - Vi Hart

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5 to 12
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Vi Hart's math videos, featured on this blog, have become very popular. They have even been featured on various cable shows. She also includes her Twitter information, so you can ...more
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Vi Hart's math videos, featured on this blog, have become very popular. They have even been featured on various cable shows. She also includes her Twitter information, so you can follow her. In the link, "Math Doodling," are several videos on doodling in the math classroom sure to entertain Math teachers and students alike. Each video also includes a written transcript. Titles include Stop-Motion Silly Band Fight, Sick Number Games, Snakes + Graphs, Stars, Binary Trees, and others. Be sure to also check out the link to Mathematical Food which contains demonstrations of slicing apples into Platonic Solids, slicing a cubic apple to find a regular hexagon, and how to arrange candy corn into Sierpinski's Triangle. Another wonderful resource is the link on balloons. Directions for making tetrahedrons, icosahedrons, and other shapes are all included.

tag(s): geometric shapes (163), humor (15)

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This site is perfect for a Math fun day! Share the video clips on your interactive whiteboard or projector or set them up as stations on laptops. After catching students doodling during Math class, show one of the doodling videos to show students how their doodles can really be productive! Your visual learners will love it. Have fun with balloons creating shapes demonstrated on the balloon page. Challenge students to create the shapes after being shown a picture -- but before seeing directions. Use some of the topics when researching ideas for Math Fairs or Math Nights at school. Provide this link for student to explore outside of the classroom. Even girls may find they like math presented in such humorous ways.

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Math Nook - MathNook

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2 to 12
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This site provides many different math activities for students. Directions are provided at the beginning of each interactive, some are for more than one player. At the bottom of the...more
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This site provides many different math activities for students. Directions are provided at the beginning of each interactive, some are for more than one player. At the bottom of the site there is a key that helps explain what skill(s) each activity teaches/practices. Click on "Search" to search the interactives for specific skills. Teachers may also want to take advantage of the free worksheet generators and math videos. Worksheets can be created for elapsed time, telling time, or addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Video directions are provided to help with the creation of worksheets.
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tag(s): addition (251), division (172), money (193), multiplication (227), operations (126), subtraction (208), time (144), worksheets (60)

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This activity would work well for individual or pairs of students in a lab or on laptops. Create a link on your class website or blogs for students to access activities from home. Use the "key" at the bottom of the page to decipher what skills would be useful for your students.
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Free BrainingCamp Math Activities - BrainingCamp

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5 to 10
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Free Brainingcamp Math Activities includes 8 interactive lessons with practice and follow up on the following topics: Bisection, Box Plot, Median, Pythagorean Theorem, Random, Rate,...more
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Free Brainingcamp Math Activities includes 8 interactive lessons with practice and follow up on the following topics: Bisection, Box Plot, Median, Pythagorean Theorem, Random, Rate, Rounding, and Surface Area. Each topic starts with a mini-video lesson, followed by an interactive activity, and finishes with a question portion with an Assessment Report showing student level of mastery.

tag(s): area (66), median (22), plot (10), pythagorean theorem (35), rounding (22)

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Take advantage of the free lessons by having students view the lessons to support previously learned concepts. Try using this site as a starting point for small group projects. Students can imitate the lesson model by creating a presentation with visual and audio explanations. Have cooperative learning groups create their own math videos. Share the videos using a tool such as Teachers.TV reviewed here.
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Math TV - mathtv.com

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Find your Math help with Math TV! View video explanations of common functions in a variety of ways. More than one person explains the function (you choose) so you can ...more
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Find your Math help with Math TV! View video explanations of common functions in a variety of ways. More than one person explains the function (you choose) so you can find the best explanation. Explanations are also available in Spanish. Login information is not required to play the Math videos. Create a login to make playlists or subscribe to certain types of videos. Students should be advised that advertisements for Math books and other materials exist in the top right of the site and should be avoided.

In the Classroom

Use these videos to help students understand math functions. Consider sharing these links as part of a collection of materials for online help for your students on class web pages or wikis, documents, or videos. Maybe ask students to generate their own "online help" pages for each math unit, selecting and annotating the web resources they find most useful. Learning support teachers will like the option providing videos for math help, especially for students who learn better from repeated audiovisual presentations.
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Math A Tube - GreatEye.com

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This site offers a ton of links to math videos with supplementary support problems. There are many topics, and most include subtopics: everything from rounding to exponents to decimals...more
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This site offers a ton of links to math videos with supplementary support problems. There are many topics, and most include subtopics: everything from rounding to exponents to decimals to pre-algebra! It is a very cool place to find homework help or an alternative teaching approach for various math concepts from things as simple as adding whole numbers to more advanced topics such as geometry. The site is divided by click-able math topics. The site does have some advertisements, but they are fairly easy to overlook. *Be sure to test out this site ahead of time and make sure your school will allow access to the specific videos you wish to use. The videos themselves may be "hosted" on YouTube or other "blocked" sites.

tag(s): decimals (133), estimation (46), homework (44), money (193), ratios (53), statistics (122)

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Teachers could add this site to their class web pages to provide extra support. Specific videos can be shown on the interactive white board as part of learning centers to allow the math classroom to become more like a math laboratory. If you can't find the specific topic you are looking for here, why not challenge cooperative learning groups to create a simple video teaching the new concept(s). Use a site such as TeacherTube reviewed here, to share the videos.
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Math train - Marcos

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Math train is a "kids teaching kids" math project created from Mr. Marcos (and his students) of Lincoln Middle School. Browse student created, teacher created, or captioned math videos...more
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Math train is a "kids teaching kids" math project created from Mr. Marcos (and his students) of Lincoln Middle School. Browse student created, teacher created, or captioned math videos easily found using the search function. Videos can be viewed without a login. Most videos focus on a very specific topic and are short in length. Use the url or the embed code to share the video and add comments. Teachers and students can join math train and upload videos to teach math concepts to others. Registration requires an email account. Check your district's acceptable use policy regarding student use of email addresses. This site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page. Note: the "we are upgrading" message does not prevent you from using the site!

tag(s): area (66), decimals (133), fractions (239), square roots (24), tutorials (47)

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Use this site as a resource to teach students basic and more complex math problems. Use your interactive whiteboard or projector to share this site with your students. Students can also be assigned a similar project in the classroom for peer teaching and learning. Use a class website or wiki to show your student-created video or register on the Math train site to upload video in this education-specific environment. (Of course you will want to check your school policies on sharing student work online. You might even use the Record feature of your interactive whiteboard software, if your computer has the memory to handle it. Have students view a video and create problem sets for other students to solve. Students can identify potential real life problems and the math skill necessary to solve it. This is definitely a site that you will want to save in your favorites and visit often (they add new videos frequently). Be sure to provide this link on your class website, so students can search the site when confused about a specific concept or for some extra practice before a test.
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Math Videos - mathplayground.com

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As the name suggests, this website offers numerous math videos. The videos answer specific questions (sent in by students). General topics include numbers and their properties, addition,...more
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As the name suggests, this website offers numerous math videos. The videos answer specific questions (sent in by students). General topics include numbers and their properties, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percents, geometry, measurement, data, word problems, and advanced topics. The website currently features 20-30 videos. New ones are frequently added. Students and teachers are able to send in specific math questions, but the response time is currently "on delay." The videos are mainly audio with simple illustrations. Each video is short in length and requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): decimals (133), fractions (239), measurement (159), numbers (204), percent (82)

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The possibilities at this website abound. The website offers both audio and visual descriptions for each math topic, thus enabling you to reach your visual and audio learners. Use your interactive whiteboard or projector to share a specific topic with your students. Or make the videos a learning center for students to explore independently, and view the videos that relate to their individual needs. Be sure to provide this link for home use via your class newsletter or on your website.
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