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Map Your Recipe - Wilfried Houjebek

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5 to 12
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Enter any recipe to find to map the origins of vegetables/plants included. After submitting the recipe a world map shows the highlighted locations of the original sources for the vegetables....more
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Enter any recipe to find to map the origins of vegetables/plants included. After submitting the recipe a world map shows the highlighted locations of the original sources for the vegetables. These are the sources where the pants first came from, not necessarily where they can be found today. Also find a list of countries and their products. Click the example recipes included or copy and paste your own recipes right into the ingredient box. Our editors noticed that some fruits also could be mapped. Try entering cocoa to find out where the cocoa beans first came form.

tag(s): christmas (64), cooking (34), holidays (147), maps (288), nutrition (154), plants (145), species (29), thanksgiving (37)

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Use Map Your Recipe when teaching holiday traditions such as Thanksgiving or Christmas Around the World. Use this engaging way to find out where the vegetables (and some fruits) were originally domesticated. Include with a geography lesson and attempt to find recipes with ingredients native to countries located on the map and to your own region. In science class, talk about the conditions that allow a plant to find a new home on another continent. Are all plant species welcome? What conditions must be present for a plant to thrive in a new location?

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The Fractulator - appspot.com

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4 to 8
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The Fractulator is a very simple online app that gives results of operations with two fractions. Input your first fraction and choose an operation. Add in the second fraction and ...more
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The Fractulator is a very simple online app that gives results of operations with two fractions. Input your first fraction and choose an operation. Add in the second fraction and choose equals to view the result. Choose to display results as proper or improper fractions. View your history on the right side of the chalkboard.
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tag(s): addition (251), calculators (41), division (172), fractions (239), multiplication (227), operations (126), subtraction (208)

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Use the Fractulator on your interactive whiteboard or projector for students to predict and check results when working with simple fractions. Share a link on your class website for students to self-check at home. Use to introduce operations with fractions. Input information and have students analyze and demonstrate, working backwards to get the correct response.

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Bunkr - bunkr.me

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6 to 12
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Bunkr is a web-based presentation creation tool designed to organize and manage presentations from anywhere and any device. Add text, images, videos, and more to any presentation quickly...more
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Bunkr is a web-based presentation creation tool designed to organize and manage presentations from anywhere and any device. Add text, images, videos, and more to any presentation quickly and easy. Install the (optional) bookmarklet for Bunkr on your web browser to easily grab information to load into a Bunkr presentation. Choose settings to add a password so presentations are private. Save and share completed presentations using the url or embed code. Download to your computer in PDF or PowerPoint format. Free accounts allow 2 presentations with 100 pieces of content per account holder.
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tag(s): images (266), multimedia (57), slides (63), video (253)

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Demonstrate how to create a Bunkr presentation on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Have students create their own accounts to make presentations that go beyond PowerPoint capabilities. Create teacher-made presentations of review material or to introduce any new unit. Create a Bunkr as an end of year presentation for parents or at the beginning of the school year to introduce the yearly schedule and other back-to-school information.

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Teacher Lists - School Family Media

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K to 12
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Imagine a one-stop site for creating, editing, and distributing your school supply list and wish list to parents and others. That's TeacherLists. Create an account, find your school,...more
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Imagine a one-stop site for creating, editing, and distributing your school supply list and wish list to parents and others. That's TeacherLists. Create an account, find your school, and begin a supply list or wish list. Personalize your list with a short welcome statement, if desired. Choose from categories to add items. Categories include most popular items as well as specific items such as paper, pencils, or health and cleaning supplies. Include the quantity for each student, add a short note, and save when complete. Share your final list through email, direct url link, or several social networking links.

tag(s): classroom management (135), preK (281)

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Create a TeacherLists account for your building or teaching team and distribute your supply list or a wish list in an easy to find format for parents to access anytime and anywhere. Share what your class specifically needs to be ready for the start of school or a new marking period. Include the links to your lists on your class web page. Library/media specialists can share a schoolwide list to keep the media center well stocked with supplies. Art teachers can request the craft items and supplies they need. Even grandparents can help out the school when they know what is needed. Share with your school's parent organization for creating their own lists.

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VideoNot.es - UniShared

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4 to 12
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Take note! VideoNot.es is a collaborative notebook that will enhance your online learning experiences. Play a video file on the left side of the screen while typing notes in blank ...more
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Take note! VideoNot.es is a collaborative notebook that will enhance your online learning experiences. Play a video file on the left side of the screen while typing notes in blank note-taking space on the right. You can't go wrong with this tool. Copy and paste a video URL from Khan Academy, Coursera, Udacity, Vimeo, or even YouTube. Play the video and start typing your notes! Each new line that you start writing on is time-coded to coincide with the video. After typing your notes, this noteworthy feature allows you to click on that line and the video will automatically jump to the spot that note was added. Imagine the time this will save you when reviewing your notes. Pause the video until the concept is understood and resume the video with keyboard shortcuts. VideoNot.es integrates with Google Drive. Save your notes in Google Drive to collaborate with friends and classmates. Collaboration with video information will revolutionize your online education and your experience in a flipped classroom. Note that this tool will not work if the video sharing service (such as YouTube) is blocked in your school.

tag(s): note taking (32), organizational skills (122), video (253)

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Flipping your classroom? You'll flip over this collaborative video note taking tool. Students watch videos and share notes with classmates so classroom time is more efficient. Use the qualitative information from the notes as well as quantitative data from pre-assessments to differentiate instruction. VideoNote.es is great for interactive formative and summative assessments. This is a great assistive technology tool for low-level readers to listen to questions as they type their responses. Use VideoNot.es to post online presentations and to type evaluations. This is a great tool to comment on multimedia projects created by students. Post video clips for students to analyze in all subject areas. Collaboration is easy with the Google Drive integration. Do your students lose their paper-and-pencil notes? Google Drive allows for optimal organization. Students and classes can combine their notes to create study guides for the lesson. Read more about Google Docs/Drive here.

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Picovico - Picovico

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6 to 12
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Turn your photos into amazing videos using Picovico. Select from one of the available style templates to begin. Add photos of your choice from your computer or import from Facebook...more
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Turn your photos into amazing videos using Picovico. Select from one of the available style templates to begin. Add photos of your choice from your computer or import from Facebook or Flickr. Add text if desired. Music can be added from the list provided or uploaded by you. Add a title and informational text to finish. Share via Facebook or YouTube. The maximum number of photos allowed is 30 which will yield three minutes of video. Directions are also available in Spanish. 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): back to school (58), images (266), movies (64), photography (160), slides (63), video (253)

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Use this site to make commercials, science fair previews, and animated shorts in any content area. Create book talks or "ads" for a famous historic figure. Have students create "advertisements" for an organism or a literary character. Construct a travel commercial for a country or cultural site in a world language course. Use to make an end of year presentation of class events or a beginning of the year meet the teacher video. Be sure to share the presentations on your projector or interactive whiteboard. Embed videos on your class website or blog using the code provided or share a direct link to any video. If your class is BYOD or 1:1, have students create self-introductions to host on a PRIVATE class wiki (password protected for safety).

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The Edible Schoolyard Project - Alice Waters

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K to 12
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Visit this incredible site to bring students of all ages into a positive relationship with food by connecting it with nature and culture. Discover a sustainable food curriculum that...more
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Visit this incredible site to bring students of all ages into a positive relationship with food by connecting it with nature and culture. Discover a sustainable food curriculum that includes Farm to School ideas and much more. This project shares a food curriculum for schools around the world to put into practice. Search and explore inspiring ideas, programs that work, and voices of the movement. Add your own story or classroom to the project to share with others around the world.

tag(s): nutrition (154), plants (145)

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Use the search feature to find lessons by grade, topic, or even season. View videos available on The Edible Schoolyard to learn how to begin a classroom or school garden. Show the videos to parents to help and participate. If your school doesn't have an area for planting a garden, be creative! Plant a small garden in a wagon to roll in and out each day! Create a class wiki and update your garden's growth through pictures and words each week. Not comfortable with wikis? Check out the TeachersFirst Wiki Walk-Through.

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Copy - Copy

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7 to 12
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This tool is a wonderful storage site. Use from a computer and/or download a multi-platform app for Android and iOs which is very similar to Dropbox....more
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This tool is a wonderful storage site. Use from a computer and/or download a multi-platform app for Android and iOs which is very similar to Dropbox. Use the synced folder on all your devices. Files can be updated and accessed from any device. Share files or folders with other people by generating a URL. It works on a computer with Dropbox already installed and the free account gives you 15GB of storage. They also only "count" shared storage once. So if you are "sharing" a file that belongs to someone else, it does not count against your free limit. Additional storage is available for a price. Create an account and be sure to follow the tour to learn all the parts of this app.
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tag(s): DAT device agnostic tool (199), writing (359)

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Use for any work students may wish to collaborate on. They can easily make documents public or private and share with others. Though not a complete back up of all your documents, Copy can be used to collaborate and to finish work easily from different devices. Any item you can work with using word can be used with Copy. Use this tool easily in your Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) classroom since all students will be able to access it for free, no matter what device they have. Share entire files and folders with students easily.

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Flexlists - MovingLabs

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4 to 12
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Create, share, and edit a variety of lists using FlexLists. Give your list a name. Choose from list options such as projects, addresses, to-do lists, and more. Add information manually...more
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Create, share, and edit a variety of lists using FlexLists. Give your list a name. Choose from list options such as projects, addresses, to-do lists, and more. Add information manually or import using options provided. Keep lists private or email to others using options such as read only, read/add, or full editing permission. Registration isn't necessary; however, it allows you to easily find and share saved lists.

tag(s): classroom management (135), organizational skills (122)

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Create a to-do list for group projects and invite students to the group they will be working with. Have older students sign up and create their own project and invite their group members. Have the students agree on tasks and who will complete them -- and post it on FlexLists. Use this site to help students organize for individual or collaborative research projects. Take the time to actually teach about time management skills, one of the most sought-after skills listed by today's employers. Create a database of your classroom inventory, class library, to-do lists for throughout the year, or an address book with parent contact information. Anything you might use a spreadsheet for can be a flexlist accessible from anywhere. Have students add books they like to a shared, recommended independent reading list.

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Budgeting Tools - Dave Ramsey

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6 to 12
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Create and explore different budgeting options using this online tool. Enter an income to view proposed options in several categories such as housing, food, and personal expenses. Adjust...more
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Create and explore different budgeting options using this online tool. Enter an income to view proposed options in several categories such as housing, food, and personal expenses. Adjust your budget as desired to view various proposals and outcomes. Choose the link to print your finished budget.
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tag(s): careers (132), financial literacy (80), percent (82)

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Use in a math class as a way to use percentages in a real world context. Help students gain better number sense of what percentages look like as the class experiments with different incomes on an interactive whiteboard or projector. For financial literacy, explore different budget options for any income using the budgeting tool. Compare and contrast options with different careers, income levels, or asset allocations. Divide your class up into groups with different starting incomes to create a budget. Have students discuss choices made. Use as part of a career unit. Find out starting salaries for different careers then explore budget options available within each career.
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Portrait Illustration Maker - AbiStudio.com

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3 to 12
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Create your own character icon (or avatar) for free with Portrait Illustration Maker. Customize your character with all of the options on the site. Select your hairstyle, face line,...more
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Create your own character icon (or avatar) for free with Portrait Illustration Maker. Customize your character with all of the options on the site. Select your hairstyle, face line, eyes, eyebrows, nose, mouth, coloration, as well as other effects and accessories. Click Download to save your completed character as a PNG (or other file format) to use on a website or blog. Click Alignment to select gif or jpg file format or to add a Word that will appear the top of the image. Images are 96 by 96 pixels (quite small). Use the delete button to start over or to make a new character. Portrait Illustration Maker offers a FREE iOS and Android app for mobile devices.
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tag(s): creativity (109), DAT device agnostic tool (199), emotions (35), faces (3)

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Have students create an avatar that looks like them to use as a profile picture for a blog or website. Challenge students to create images of how they picture characters in books. Share the images with reading groups and classmates to compare. Have students create an image for a character including text boxes of character traits or the character's thoughts using a tool such as Thinglink, reviewed here. Create an avatar to speak using a tool such as Blabberize, reviewed here or Fotobabble, reviewed here. The avatar could be a historical figure, book character, narrator, or represent the student. Use this tool together with emotional support or autistic support students to create faces that express certain feelings. Use the word labels to identify the feelings.
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Mathsbox - mathsbox.org

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

tag(s): addition (251), mental math (27), number sense (97), order of operations (33), subtraction (208)

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

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K to 12
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The Mathematics Enhancement Programme is a comprehensive resource full of free math curriculum resources for all grade levels. Materials include lesson plans, practice materials, printable...more
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The Mathematics Enhancement Programme is a comprehensive resource full of free math curriculum resources for all grade levels. Materials include lesson plans, practice materials, printable number lines and cards, and student activity sheets. Click any key stage level to download an entire year's worth of course materials. In addition to printed materials, interactive tutorials (offered in a fairly basic-looking computer style) offer lessons and remediation for many math topics. The site was created in the UK, so some of the pronunciations and spellings may differ from those in American English (as well as the type of currency used for money problems). The site dates back a ways, so the actual "look" is a bit old fashioned.

tag(s): counting (120), data (148), fractions (239), functions (70), geometric shapes (163), money (193), number lines (22), number sense (97), numbers (204), percent (82), prime numbers (31), probability (130), time (144)

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

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3 to 12
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Make quizzes from ready-made quiz show templates or create your own using this free tool. NO membership is required, but you will need to remember the password you add to ...more
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Make quizzes from ready-made quiz show templates or create your own using this free tool. NO membership is required, but you will need to remember the password you add to the quizzes you create so you can return to and edit it. Templates can be edited to suit your purpose. Some of the general topics include most subject areas (history, math, science, social studies, languages, and technology). There is also an area related to sports and games. It is helpful to know some html code to make your quiz look the way you wish it to (boldface, etc.), but there are reminders at the side to help with this option. Note that the quizzes do NOT score your results and are intended to be played orally (Jeopardy style).
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tag(s): quiz (85), quizzes (97)

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Create Jeopardy style quizzes for review and reinforcement of classroom content. Have groups of students create a quiz to share with the class or with other groups. Students can brainstorm what they liked about each of the different activities for more analysis on their strengths and weaknesses and how they learn best (metacognition). Have student emcees operate the student-made quizzes on an interactive whiteboard or share them by url on a class wiki so every student can take try. Create pretests to offer to gifted students to "test out" of already learned material. Challenge your gifted students to create pretests for the rest of the class. Learning support teachers may want to have small groups create their own review quizzes, since creating the quiz is actually a way to reinforce content.

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Cloze Test Creator - l.georges

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2 to 12
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Create your own cloze quizzes out of any piece of text. Paste the text into the box and select how you want the cloze test made. Select different sentence functions. ...more
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Create your own cloze quizzes out of any piece of text. Paste the text into the box and select how you want the cloze test made. Select different sentence functions. Choose to have every few words eliminated, or choose your own items to be removed for the cloze. Participants can choose either interactive or text only quizzes. The missing words appear at the top of the quiz. With the interactive quiz, the player types the missing word in the blanks. The site has a lot of flexibility in creating cloze tests. The site will work with world languages as well, but instructors have to choose the every few words option since the site will not recognize, for example, prepositions in another language.

tag(s): quizzes (97), reading comprehension (116), reading strategies (45)

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Use this site to review parts of speech or sentence functions. Teach ESL/ELL students to succeed in adding troublesome prepositions or articles, especially in their writing, since the missing word is at the top. Use a cloze test to have students review terms and concepts in science, geography, and history. Use this site in world language classes to help understand verb tenses and more!

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ChiliMath - ChiliMath

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K to 12
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Struggling with Algebra? Find some free help at ChiliMath in the form of lessons, worksheets, and activities. Use the math solver to check work, type in any math problem from ...more
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Struggling with Algebra? Find some free help at ChiliMath in the form of lessons, worksheets, and activities. Use the math solver to check work, type in any math problem from beginner algebra to calculus to check any answer. Use the tutorial provided for step-by-step help. Choose from several activities sorted by categories such as strategy games or logic games. The Algebra lessons section contains close to 100 lessons describing Algebra concepts in simple terms along with images, charts, graphs, and examples. Explore lessons either by course (Algebra 1, Algebra 2, etc.) or use the index to search for particular items alphabetically. Take quizzes at the end of many lessons or download practice worksheets through links provided. Also at this site is a link for Basic Math. Clicking on that will give you activities like number writing and counting. On that page, if you look to the left there are grade levels for IXL Math and more free activities. he last link you might like to try is for the Math Games, and there is quite a variety.
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tag(s): division (172), equations (155), exponents (42), factoring (31), fractions (239), functions (70), geometric shapes (163), inequalities (29), integers (41), mean (25), median (22), mode (15), multiples (35), multiplication (227), number lines (22), prime numbers (31), problem solving (272), quadratics (32)

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

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Intel Education Units - Intel

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K to 12
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Find engaging, challenging units to begin your Common Core journey. Intel Education Units are complete and include assessment tools. Search by grade level or subject. Find the basics...more
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Find engaging, challenging units to begin your Common Core journey. Intel Education Units are complete and include assessment tools. Search by grade level or subject. Find the basics for planning units. Also find sequencing maps, sequencing activities, classification charts, and prioritizing listings. Instructional Strategies include activating prior knowledge, graphic organizers, cooperative learning, and questioning strategies.

tag(s): literacy (103)

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

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K to 12
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Create, collect, organize, and share video collections from YouTube and Vimeo easily with Huzzaz. Build a video library around any topic with just a few clicks. Click and drag...more
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Create, collect, organize, and share video collections from YouTube and Vimeo easily with Huzzaz. Build a video library around any topic with just a few clicks. Click and drag the Huzzaz bookmarklet to your browser toolbar. Anytime you see a video, click the bookmarklet to save. Rearrange videos in your collection as desired. Add tags and brief descriptions. Add additional videos as desired. Share complete collections using links for Facebook, Twitter, and email. Huzzaz is currently in Beta, and you will need to request an invitation to join the site. Approval of our request arrived in 24 hours. If your district blocks YouTube, then you may have to limit your choices to Vimeo.

tag(s): bookmarks (60), video (253)

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Create a classroom account and have students add videos for use with any classroom topic. Teach students to use tags you have approved so everyone can find the videos easily. Create and share video libraries for review and enrichment resources or to "flip" your classroom. Build a professional video library for sharing with colleagues during professional development sessions. Use embed codes for major blogging platforms to embed video collections directly into your blog or website. Embed codes also work well on a wiki, so you could embed a certain tag collection for students to review or learn.

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CrowdGrader - CrowdGrader.org

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7 to 12
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CrowdGrader is a site for submitting and collaboratively grading homework assignments. Log in through any Google Account to view, manage, and create student accounts and assignments....more
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CrowdGrader is a site for submitting and collaboratively grading homework assignments. Log in through any Google Account to view, manage, and create student accounts and assignments. Create guidelines for homework such as individual or group work, submissions, and review deadlines. You can submit homework via attachments or using Google documents. View the review duties for other student assignments in an anonymous fashion assigning a grade and rank based on other submissions reviewed. After completion of all peer reviews, teachers receive all reviews for final grading. Export results in various spreadsheet formats. Once the review phase closes, students receive feedback on their assignments with final grades and class rank.

tag(s): assessment (100), homework (44), rubrics (32)

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Use CrowdGrader for short, written homework. Use with problem solving assignments as a tool for students to view how other students have tackled the same assignment and as a resource for learning rubrics. Be sure to demonstrate how to use Crowd Grader using your interactive whiteboard or projector and to talk about proper netiquette in peer grading. All students need a Google account to use Crowd Grader. This site would be an excellent resource for collaborating with other classrooms. Incorporate the site as an extension activity after Skyping with another classroom. Note: be sure to check your school's policy about peer grading. Some schools do not allow this.

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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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