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The Number System - BBC

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3 to 6
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Practice place value skills at this site: units (American English calls it the ones, tens, hundred, thousands, and ten-thousands). If the screen appears white, scroll down, the activity...more
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Practice place value skills at this site: units (American English calls it the ones, tens, hundred, thousands, and ten-thousands). If the screen appears white, scroll down, the activity is at the bottom. Some of the challenges include building the largest number using three specific numbers, multiplying a three digit number by 10 or 100, or creating a number that is between two given numbers. This site also includes an online quiz, and Revision Bite which offers an introduction (or review) of place value. The entire interactive is embeddable by copying/pasting the "code" into your class web page or wiki. Some of the site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): addition (251), counting (120), multiplication (227), numbers (204), place value (56)

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Share this site with your students on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Use the Revision Bite as an anticipatory set for a lesson about place value. Tip: if your students are familiar with American English, be sure to explain that "units" is the word British English uses for the "ones" column. Then use the activities and online quiz as extensions to your lesson (or even AS the lesson). The site is ready to go, easy to follow, educational, and simple for both teachers and students to use. Why not have students work in groups and create their own interactive place value challenges using PowerPoint (plus graphics), or create a blog, or even their own educational videos demonstrating their understanding of place value on TeacherTube (explained here).

Provide this link in your class newsletter and on your class website so students can practice math and place value at home.
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Percentages - BBC

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3 to 7
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The park manager at Park Wise needs your help! She will give you exact percentages for different features of the park (grass, water, playground, etc..) and your job is to ...more
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The park manager at Park Wise needs your help! She will give you exact percentages for different features of the park (grass, water, playground, etc..) and your job is to design the correct park using her requested percentages. Are you up to the challenge? Scroll to the bottom of this page to find the activity! You can try this activity repeatedly, as new requests are provided each time. Be warned, the challenges get more difficult as you go! Some of the requests are in decimal format rather than percentages.

This site also includes an online quiz and a reference link Revision Bite. The entire interactive is embeddable by copying/pasting the "code" into your class web page or wiki. The site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): addition (251), decimals (133), percent (82), subtraction (208)

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Share this site with your students on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Use the Revision Bite as an anticipatory set for a lesson about percentages or decimals. Then use the activities and online quiz as enhancements to your lesson (or even AS the lesson). The site is ready to go, easy to follow, educational, and simple for both teachers and students to use. Why not have students work in groups and create their own interactive percentage or decimal activities using PowerPoint (plus graphics), creating a blog, or even creating their own educational videos on YouTube or TeacherTube (explained here).

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Probability - BBC

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3 to 7
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This site takes you to the "Amazing Ball Machine." Be sure to scroll down the screen to find the activity. Will the ball be red ball or will it be ...more
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This site takes you to the "Amazing Ball Machine." Be sure to scroll down the screen to find the activity. Will the ball be red ball or will it be blue? Use probability to figure it out! Directions for the activity are provided, and a full screen option is available. You are able to play again and again, each time with new questions and answers. This site also has Revision Bite which provides a detailed review (or introduction) of all of the math skills needed at this site. The final feature of this site in an online quiz.

The entire interactive is embeddable by copying/pasting the "code" into your class web page or wiki. Flash is required, you can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): probability (130)

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Share this site with your students on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Use the Revision Bite as an anticipatory set for a lesson about probability. Then use the activities and online quiz as enhancements to your lesson (or even AS the lesson). The site is ready to go, easy to follow, educational, and simple for both teachers and students to use. Why not have students work in groups and create their own interactive probability activities using PowerPoint, or even create their own videos demonstrating probability on TeacherTube (explained here).

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Census in Schools - U.S. Census Bureau

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4 to 10
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This site, created especially for students who need to understand information collected during the census (up to, and including the year 2000), offers five main areas: State Facts for...more
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This site, created especially for students who need to understand information collected during the census (up to, and including the year 2000), offers five main areas: State Facts for Students, Program Overview, Teaching Materials (K-adult), Reference Materials, and Highlights. The state pages include a generalized lesson plan and pertinent information for each state. The City map section under reference materials is especially interesting as it shows city growth from 1790 to 2000. The teaching materials section includes activities and downloadable, printable census kits for classroom use from kindergarten students to adults.

tag(s): census (19), maps (287), states (162)

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This historical census data is ideal for comparison with other, more recent years or for students to make predictions for an upcoming census based on past trends. Use this page when studying various states; students can make a quick comparison between targeted states with the facts ready to read all on one or two pages. If you teach data analysis and graphing in your math class, this data provides real world information for students to use in math exercises, spreadsheets, and graphs. You could even use it in Google Docs spreadsheets (reviewed here). If you have ESL and ELL students, check out the special ESL pages found under the teaching materials section. The easy to read materials include glossaries, exercises, and excellent maps, perfect for geography lessons.
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Popcorn! - The Popcorn Board

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1 to 6
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Popcorn! offers a bowlful of information on that universally-loved food. Not only does it list the history behind the food, but it provides games, trivia, arts and crafts, printables,...more
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Popcorn! offers a bowlful of information on that universally-loved food. Not only does it list the history behind the food, but it provides games, trivia, arts and crafts, printables, reading and math lessons, science and health lessons and a booklist dedicated to the topic of...POPCORN! Who knew there were so many children's books based on this simple treat?

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The site can also be incorporated into social studies and history for the many uses of popcorn by various cultures. For example, include the site in a Thanksgiving unit. Follow the seed to plant information for a life cycle unit in science. Add it to a health curriculum under healthy eating habits and food groups. Do not forget to check out the worksheets and lessons for math and reading.
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CSDSmarties - Rachel Carter, Lisa, Linda

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K to 8
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This site is a blog created by a three teachers (in New Hampshire?) for other teachers - all about using technology (especially interactive whiteboard) with math lessons! The subject...more
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This site is a blog created by a three teachers (in New Hampshire?) for other teachers - all about using technology (especially interactive whiteboard) with math lessons! The subject is math, and the topics vary from basic arithmetic to geometry to patterns. Learn how to use your interactive whiteboard to teach lessons, see examples, view lesson ideas, watch videos of teacher experiences, and much more. There are many demonstrations and activities in a variety of math subjects. The content changes often, and additions are frequently added. This site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): counting (120), patterns (85), subtraction (208)

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Find ideas for your own classroom at this site. Save this site in your favorites, and check back frequently, as new material is added. Then try the lessons yourself. Don't be shy about commenting back on the blog, but be sure to tell them you found them on TeachersFirst!
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Download a 12 Sided Calendar - Ole Arntzen

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4 to 10
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This interesting web activity enables students to create and print calendars in either PDF format or PostScript format. Students can mark holidays and birthdays in the PostScript format....more
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This interesting web activity enables students to create and print calendars in either PDF format or PostScript format. Students can mark holidays and birthdays in the PostScript format. Once the calendar is printed, the website provides explicit instructions about how to fold the paper into a 12 sided calendar. This website is a fabulous tool to reinforce geometry skills, calendar math, following directions, and reading. The files are available in PDF format and require Adobe. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): holidays (147), new years (11), paper folding (5)

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What a fabulous craft to complete at the beginning of the calendar year (January). Take your class to the computer lab and have the students fill in the blanks to print their calendars. Then use an interactive whiteboard or projection screen to share the instructions for folding the calendar.
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Multiplication - BBC

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3 to 6
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Can you multiply by 4, 6, 8, or 12? Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the activity! This site challenges students to click on the correct answer ...more
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Can you multiply by 4, 6, 8, or 12? Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the activity! This site challenges students to click on the correct answer when it "flashes" in the box. You can try your hand at this activity over and over again, with new multiplication challenges each time. The site also includes an online quiz (which is multiple choice) and a Revision Bite which provides detailed information about multiplication. What an excellent method to practice mental math. The site has a full screen option and requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): multiples (35), multiplication (227)

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Use this site as a lesson plan and a new way to teach multiplication to your class. Use the Revision Bite to introduce the new multiplication concepts to your class. Display the information on your interactive whiteboard or projector, and have students take turns reading to the class. Have students work at their own pace on the multiplication interactive. Use the online quiz to check students' understanding. Project the questions (on the interactive whiteboard or projector) and have students answer the questions at their seats.

This is a great link to provide on your website for students to practice and review at home (before the big test). If your site supports it, you can actually copy/paste the code and embed the activity right on your site.
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Fractions - BBC

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3 to 7
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This "drag and drop" activity challenges students to put fractions in order from the lowest to the highest. Scroll to the bottom of this teacher page to find the activity. ...more
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This "drag and drop" activity challenges students to put fractions in order from the lowest to the highest. Scroll to the bottom of this teacher page to find the activity. The activity continues to offer new numbers and options, so you may "play" as often as you wish. The activity offers a full screen option. There is also a link for reviewing information or introducing the topic (Revision Bite) and an online quiz. The entire interactive is embeddable by copying/pasting the "code" into your class web page or wiki.

tag(s): fractions (239)

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Share this site with your students on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Use the Revision Bite as an anticipatory set for a lesson about fractions. Then use the activities and online quiz as enhancements to your lesson (or even AS the lesson). The site is ready to go, easy to follow, educational, and simple for both teachers and students to use. Why not have students work in groups and create their own interactive fraction activities using PowerPoint (including graphics), or even create their own videos demonstrating fractions and share them on TeacherTube (explained here).

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Valentine's Day - DLTK

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K to 5
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This website provides a wealth of resources for any elementary school teacher. There are reproducible math worksheets (numerous subjects and levels), lots of challenging puzzles, writing...more
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This website provides a wealth of resources for any elementary school teacher. There are reproducible math worksheets (numerous subjects and levels), lots of challenging puzzles, writing pages, reading activities and puzzle worksheets. Plus they provide craft ideas, poems, recipes and cards. If you are planning your Valentine's Day lessons - this site is a must have!

tag(s): holidays (147), preK (281), valentines day (14)

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Save this site in your favorites, to visit every February for some Valentine's Day ideas.

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Valentine's Day Math - Googol Learning

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K to 5
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Will you be my math-en-tine? Love is like Pi, natural, irrational and very important! Check out this Valentine's Day site to find some entertaining ways to correlate your math lessons...more
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Will you be my math-en-tine? Love is like Pi, natural, irrational and very important! Check out this Valentine's Day site to find some entertaining ways to correlate your math lessons with your Valentine's Day celebration.

This site is slow to open - but worth the wait! There are many links at this site. Some requires Flash or Adobe Acrobat. You can get both from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): counting (120), multiplication (227), numbers (204), temperature (29)

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Use this site to teach your students about temperature, multiplication, counting, and more. Many of the activities provide pictures to go along with the activity.
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Sid the Science Kid - PBS Kids

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K to 2
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Use this interactive (and entertaining) site to excite even the youngest students about science! There is so much to explore at this site. Sid, the Science Kid, mixes science with ...more
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Use this interactive (and entertaining) site to excite even the youngest students about science! There is so much to explore at this site. Sid, the Science Kid, mixes science with humor so be prepared for some giggles. The site features video clips, interactive educational games, a printable coloring book (which can also be read online), and lesson ideas (see the "Parents and Teachers" link). Examples of topics include the effects of heat, health, measurement, the five senses, and many others. This site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): heat (15), measurement (159), preK (281), senses (28)

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The possibilities at this site are endless. Make your first stop at the Parents and Teachers link. You may find a lesson plan or even short video to share with your class. Be sure to save this site in your favorites. Explore this site with your students on an interactive whiteboard or projector. Set-up learning centers using this website. Students may want to explore this site during independent time when other work is complete. You may also want to list this site on your class website (or on your class newsletter, if applicable).
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Mashable: 50+ Places to Buy Groceries Online - Sean P. Aune

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4 to 12
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Looking for a way to teach real shopping lessons without actually going to a store? This blog post includes links to online grocery shopping from all over the U.S. Since ...more
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Looking for a way to teach real shopping lessons without actually going to a store? This blog post includes links to online grocery shopping from all over the U.S. Since the stores are in business to make money they will, of course, include advertisements on their sites. Teachers will want to discuss advertising links and why students should avoid them to stay on task.

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Use these virtual stores to teach real-world lessons in math, FCS, ESL, ELL, and economics lessons. Special Ed teachers may also want to use these sites to help students with life skills. Have students compare pricing in online venues vs. bricks-and-mortar stores. Use the pricing to teach unit pricing, comparison shopping, percent, and more.

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Suggested Activities for 100th Day of School - Tammy Payton

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This site offers an interesting mix of activities for all classes to use to celebrate the 100th day! Some are simple: songs, quick art projects, counting activities, or exercises. While...more
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This site offers an interesting mix of activities for all classes to use to celebrate the 100th day! Some are simple: songs, quick art projects, counting activities, or exercises. While others are more complex: learning to say hello in 100 languages, researching 100 African Americans who have made a difference (connecting 100th day activities to Black History month), and many others. This site is a basically a list of activities, but worth taking a look at.

tag(s): black history (59), counting (120), writing (359)

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Find some new ideas to celebrate the 100th day with your class. This site offers many interdisciplinary activities for you to co-teach with the music teacher, physical education teacher, or others.

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100th Day of School Games and Activities - Apples 4 the Teacher

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K to 5
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Although TeachersFirst doesn't usually review a "list of links," our editorial staff found this one to be especially useful. Come to this site to find interactives about the 100th day...more
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Although TeachersFirst doesn't usually review a "list of links," our editorial staff found this one to be especially useful. Come to this site to find interactives about the 100th day of school. Learn about the history of this "holiday," use the printables, practice counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, and beyond with interactive challenges, find literature lists for the 100th day, and much more. Each link includes a detailed description about what is available for students at the site. Some of the links require Adobe Acrobat and/or Flash. You can get both from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): counting (120), literature (275)

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Are you planning for the 100th day of school? Visit this one-stop site and find books to read to your class, math activities for counting and multiplies, interactives to share on your projector or interactive whiteboard, and more.
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Hip Hip Hooray for the 100th Day - Deborah Schecter

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3 to 6
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This simple (yet extremely useful) site presents a printable 100-square grid PDF file. Directions for the activity are provided at the website. This geometry activity is a perfect addition...more
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This simple (yet extremely useful) site presents a printable 100-square grid PDF file. Directions for the activity are provided at the website. This geometry activity is a perfect addition to your 100th day celebration with older elementary students or middle school students. The challenge is to plot coordinates on a grid, then place a dot at the correct location. Once students connect the dots, a hidden picture appears (which of course relates to the 100th day celebration). This site requires Adobe Acrobat. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): coordinates (32)

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Print off the grid for your students. Project the page on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Have students work with a partner at their seats.
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Max's Math Adventures - Scholastic

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K to 3
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Practice adding, subtracting, recognizing patterns, and graphing with this nice collection of interactive activities. Aligned to standards and ranked by level of difficulty, these interactive...more
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Practice adding, subtracting, recognizing patterns, and graphing with this nice collection of interactive activities. Aligned to standards and ranked by level of difficulty, these interactive games help reinforce basic skills, encourage independent work, and provide students with instant feedback. There is also an option to print the activities. Non-readers will need some help with the text and written responses.

This site features two activities that are perfect for your 100th day celebrations: Counting Coins (counting to 100) and A Sweet Story (estimation up to 100). This site requires both Flash and Adobe Acrobat. You can get both from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): addition (251), counting (120), estimation (46), subtraction (208)

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This site includes numerous "ready to go" math learning center activities. Share the activities with your students on an interactive whiteboard or projector. Then have students practice their math independently. The two "100s" activities are perfect additions to your 100th day celebration. You may want to list this site in your class newsletter and on your class website so students can practice these basic foundations of math at home.
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Celebrate the 100th Day of School - Scholastic

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K to 8
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This site offers 100th day of school activities in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, and "Just for Fun." There are activities that focus on spelling, writing, reading, history,...more
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This site offers 100th day of school activities in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, and "Just for Fun." There are activities that focus on spelling, writing, reading, history, counting, sorting, probability, density, and many other specific topics. The main page of this site features the Language Arts activities. To find the other ideas, you must click on the subject area on the left side of the top of the site (see the box More Information.

tag(s): counting (120), density (21), estimation (46), literature (275), mass (23), measurement (159), money (193), probability (130), sorting (10), spelling (168), volume (45), writing (359)

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There are many 100th day sites out there, but this one includes middle school grades too. Check out the activities in the areas that you teach. Most require minimal preparations. Use the writing prompts as the starting point for your 100th Day celebration. Share all of the prompt options on your interactive whiteboard or projector, then allow students to choose which prompt to write about. Why not share the lesson ideas with your class a few days before the 100th day and allow students to vote for their favorite lesson idea. Or allow cooperative learning groups to try the activities on their own.

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Celebrate the 100th Day in 100 Ways - Education World

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The 100th day of school is creeping up on us, and to celebrate it in style, check out this list of 100 ideas - covering nearly all subject areas - ...more
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The 100th day of school is creeping up on us, and to celebrate it in style, check out this list of 100 ideas - covering nearly all subject areas - for celebrating the event! This list includes many links to outside sites, all were appropriate (at the time of this review) and two were no longer active. Some of the outside sites require Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): counting (120), writing (359)

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Take advantage of the MANY ideas at this site. Divide students into small groups and have each group choose one (or more) of the activities to complete as a group.
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Gallup Daily - Gallup, Inc.

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The Gallup Daily offers detailed information about elections, current events, video clips, and much more. There are also graphs and statistical information. Some of this site...more
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The Gallup Daily offers detailed information about elections, current events, video clips, and much more. There are also graphs and statistical information. Some of this site requires Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): elections (75), statistics (122)

In the Classroom

Use this site to share current events with your students on an interactive whiteboard or projector. Study the statistics of the election in your math class. Have a mock election in your class, analyze the results of your class election using graphs and statistics.
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