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The Fruit Game - 20/20 Technologies

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In this activity, you take turns removing fruit from the table, in accordance with the rules. Whoever takes the last fruit from the table is the winner. This is a ...more
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In this activity, you take turns removing fruit from the table, in accordance with the rules. Whoever takes the last fruit from the table is the winner. This is a one player game - you versus the computer. Although it is deceptively easy, it is enjoyable to plan a winning strategy based on the different amount of fruit presented for each game. Rules are included as an overview before playing.
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tag(s): critical thinking (116), logic (246), probability (135), problem solving (292), puzzles (205)

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This challenge is perfect for the interactive whiteboard or projector. Demonstrate how to use the site and then allow students to challenge the computer to see if they can win. Use this site as a problem solving center and have students journal about different strategies for winning the game.
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Jokes for Math Teachers - Clem Falbo

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What did one math book say to the other? Don't bother me I've got my own problems! Are you looking for more bad jokes like this for your math class or ...more
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What did one math book say to the other? Don't bother me I've got my own problems! Are you looking for more bad jokes like this for your math class or perhaps a staff presentation? This site is for you! Choose from over 40 math jokes listed on this site, or send in your own. Who says math teachers can't be funny?

tag(s): riddles (16)

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Share a joke a day with your classroom or encourage them to create their own jokes. Use a joke to introduce a new topic and explore what makes it funny. Share a joke a week on your class website or blog and encourage readers to add their own joke or spin on the joke. Add an entire math joke section to your class wiki and give extra credit to promote a multiple intelligence approach to math.

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Division with Remainders - E-Lab/Harcourt Schools

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This activity allows students to practice division with remainders. You can create your own problem or choose a problem already created. The dividend and divisor are modeled at the...more
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This activity allows students to practice division with remainders. You can create your own problem or choose a problem already created. The dividend and divisor are modeled at the top of the screen, then different quotients are modeled to give you a visual. Type in a quotient and the bars chosen move under the dividend to demonstrate how close to the solution you are. If the quotient chosen is too large or small, feedback is given and you can try again. A printable recording sheet is also available.

tag(s): division (157), operations (119)

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This is a very visual way to demonstrate division in a different format than the typical multiple groups format. Use on your interactive whiteboard or projector to model why there is a remainder in some division problems. Print out the recording sheet to use as an assessment and check answers together on your whiteboard. Provide this link on your class website for students to access both in and out of the classroom.
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Zoho Show - ZOHO Corporation

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Zoho Show is an online presentation and document creator tool. This program is somewhat simpler than PowerPoint, but runs on a similar format. Use this tool as you would PowerPoint...more
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Zoho Show is an online presentation and document creator tool. This program is somewhat simpler than PowerPoint, but runs on a similar format. Use this tool as you would PowerPoint with your students. It is very advantageous if you have assigned a project and students do not have access to PowerPoint at home. This can be accessed anywhere with no cost to the student, the parent, or you. Sharing and collaborating is also simple. Upload, edit, and save your documents easily.

tag(s): multimedia (56), slides (66)

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To use this site, you will need to create an account. You will need to navigate using onscreen instructions. There is a video tour of the features if you would like to view it, but it is just as fun and easy to play with the tool. Slide themes are limited, but the tools are simple and it is easy to publish to a URL that can be shared with everyone.

Use this tool to create presentations when students will need more than class time to finish. Have students make individual presentations. Instead of presenting on projector, have them share to the class wiki or within their zoho group to promote discussion and peer review. Assign a round-robin peer review so everyone gets some feedback.
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How Things Fly - Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

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How Things Fly offers a self guided, interactive resource to understand how space and air flight happen. This site delivers information clearly and effectively about lift, drag, thrust,...more
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How Things Fly offers a self guided, interactive resource to understand how space and air flight happen. This site delivers information clearly and effectively about lift, drag, thrust, and weight. It is very easy to navigate and there is a ton of information to gained! This answers a lot of questions that students tend to ask when talking about space and some physics.

tag(s): aircraft (25), aviation (36), flight (31), space (226)

In the Classroom

Choose a type of flight to have students study and assign that part of the website as a web search with a question sheet. Or have students create their own journey by picking a learning path using Symbaloo Learning Paths, reviewed here, and then explain what they learn as they go through the activity in writing. Before writing, have students organize their thoughts about what they learn with a tool such as bubbl.us, reviewed here.
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Quiz Revolution - QuizRevolution

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Create cool, professional looking quizzes and tests! Quiz Revolution offers a platform for developing online quizzes for your websites and blogs. Multimedia options offer the opportunity...more
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Create cool, professional looking quizzes and tests! Quiz Revolution offers a platform for developing online quizzes for your websites and blogs. Multimedia options offer the opportunity to personalize quizzes and to create a more interesting look for your pages. You can add text, images, video, and html as well as choosing from pre-made "skins." There is a "look and play" section where you will get an idea of this program's capabilities.

tag(s): assessment (118), quiz (84), quizzes (104)

In the Classroom

Create quizzes to use for pre- and post- lesson assessments. Post the quizzes to your class website or blog as assignments. Insert videos, photos, and text into your quiz to reinforce concepts before students take the test. Assign students to create a quiz on a current topic as a wrap-up to a unit. Share the quiz on your interactive whiteboard or projector (use it as a center, rather than a "whole-group" activity. Learning support teachers may want to have students work with a partner to create review quizzes they can use as study aids.

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Collaborize Classroom - Democrasoft

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Use this free resource to create a private area for asynchronous student discussions. Easily set up your class space including your groups. Use the welcome email to learn more about...more
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Use this free resource to create a private area for asynchronous student discussions. Easily set up your class space including your groups. Use the welcome email to learn more about Collaborize Classroom including 8 Online Icebreakers. Tutorials for learning how to enter students into groups, creating new groups, and choosing discussion types exist. Consensus discussions such as yes/no, multiple choice, and vote/suggest can be chosen. Open discussions can occur using the forum discussion type. Add video, images, documents, and more to your discussions. Students, however, cannot upload material to the discussions. Because it is a closed group, outside comments are not a concern (group members must be added, invited, or approved). The process from setup to a functioning site is very simple. Tutorials and technical support is available and make this tool very easy to use. Use participation and activity tools in Collaborize Classroom to track student participation. Use the available PDF's for assistance in using Collaborize Classroom and ideas to use in class to stimulate discussions and engage learning. Watch the videos on the site from educators that show how they use the site in their classrooms.

tag(s): DAT device agnostic tool (177), forum (8), polls and surveys (56)

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Use this tool for discussions, project collaboration, voting on issues, and sharing resources in and out of the classroom. Increase student participation and encourage in-class discussions and outside homework, extension of the classroom, and activity. Use for blended learning activities that include discussion questions to extend the discussions from in class to outside the classroom. Provide multiple choice questions that they can answer, agree or disagree with statements, post comments, or vote on other responses. Use the discussions to debate issues in the school community or within the country. Critique and comment on current events as they are happening. Use to discuss environmental problems. Use groupings to create literature circles. Watch the videos on the site from educators that show how they use the site in their classrooms.

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Analyze math - Abdelkader Dendane

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Find tutorials and problems with solutions on the informative math site. Find help with calculus, trigonometry, algebra, and more. Use the tutorials to find ways to solve a variety...more
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Find tutorials and problems with solutions on the informative math site. Find help with calculus, trigonometry, algebra, and more. Use the tutorials to find ways to solve a variety of math problems.
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tag(s): problem solving (292)

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Use to explain the rules of various problems or functions in Math. Have students look over the solutions to the problems and discuss the rules for solving similar problems. Provide time for students to teach the solutions to the class. Follow up with additional problems for practice. Consider using this idea to create your own homework help section of a blog, site, or wiki. Not comfortable with wikis? Check out the TeachersFirst Wiki Walk-Through. Be sure to bookmark this on the class computer for easy reference and access.

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E-Lab Grade 4 - Harcourt School

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Harcourt School's website offers many different activities for practicing Math skills taught in their 4th grade program; however, the activities are free and available to everyone....more
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Harcourt School's website offers many different activities for practicing Math skills taught in their 4th grade program; however, the activities are free and available to everyone. Activities are divided by math strands - number sense, algebra and functions, measurement and geometry, and statistics, data analysis, and probability. Most activities have a printable recording sheet that can be used. You can also input your own figures which makes the activities less repetitive and more interesting.

tag(s): data (155), functions (69), measurement (179), multiplication (209), number sense (94), probability (135), statistics (125)

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Share this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Make a shortcut to this site on classroom computers and use it as a center. Use this site to differentiate for students of all levels. Have students complete the recording sheet with an activity to use as an assessment or accountability piece. Include a link to the site on your classroom website or blog for students to practice at home.
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Ultimate Speed Math - MrNussbaum.com

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This site provides practice in math facts with a twist - create your own goal for speed in completing facts. Upon achieving your goal, a printable certificate is available. Practice...more
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This site provides practice in math facts with a twist - create your own goal for speed in completing facts. Upon achieving your goal, a printable certificate is available. Practice is provided in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. There is also a choice of choosing only certain digits to work with. Specific directions are provided on the site (there are three steps of "choosing" before you hit START.)
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tag(s): addition (224), division (157), multiplication (209), subtraction (186), vision (78)

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Individualize the game for students to practice skills needed. For example, if a student is having trouble with multiples of 7 choose to practice those facts only while decreasing the time allowed for completion. Create a link on your classroom computers to use as a center for fact practice. Provide this link on your classroom website or blog for use at home.
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S.M.A.R.T. Books! - Kansas State University

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This site offers an extensive list of children's literature to use with Mathematical investigations. The database has easy to use searches categorized by grade level, math strand, participants...more
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This site offers an extensive list of children's literature to use with Mathematical investigations. The database has easy to use searches categorized by grade level, math strand, participants (lesson creators), book authors, and a complete index. Be sure to check other grade level lesson plans as there may be lessons there that can be modified to meet your students' needs. Most lesson plans include materials needed and optional extensions or activities to go along with the lesson.

tag(s): literature (264), problem solving (292)

In the Classroom

Search for literature to use with math lessons to make lessons more interesting and add cross-curricular connections. Use the lesson plans to supplement your current lessons. Share possible literature books with parents via your class website.

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Cardboard Cognition - San Diego State University Department of Education

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This site offers directions and resources for 132 educational card and board games. Games are listed in alphabetical order with a direct link to the description of the games. Most ...more
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This site offers directions and resources for 132 educational card and board games. Games are listed in alphabetical order with a direct link to the description of the games. Most games have a name that gives a clue to the content; however, it may be worthwhile to search other games that may be modified for different uses. Each game includes information on appropriate use of the game, rationale, directions, modifications, and information on designing game cards.

tag(s): capitals (23), logic (246), number sense (94), nutrition (157), puzzles (205)

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Create games to use for classroom centers, homework, or practice with classroom skills. Older students can be given directions and create their own card games. Use the card games on the site as inspiration for creating card games appropriate for your classroom.

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What Does One Trillion Dollars Look Like? - PageTutor

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This site offers a visual perspective of what one trillion dollars looks like. It begins with a \$100 bill, moves on to \$10,000 and on up to the trillion dollars. ...more
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This site offers a visual perspective of what one trillion dollars looks like. It begins with a \$100 bill, moves on to \$10,000 and on up to the trillion dollars. One interesting portion of the site is a link at the bottom of the page that includes the step by step calculations and dimensions used for calculations. There is also a link (at the bottom) to "see" the U.S. National Debt.
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tag(s): financial literacy (91), money (184), number sense (94)

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This site is perfect for demonstrating place value and exponents of 10 on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Ask students to draw each amount as they would visualize it before revealing the actual size from the site. Challenge students to change the representation used (\$100 bill) to something different (popsicle sticks, bricks, etc.) to find how proportion changes.

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WorksheetWorks - WorksheetWorks.com

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The goal of this site is to provide the finest quality paper-based teaching materials to teachers and parents around the world. Myriads of options are available to create worksheets...more
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The goal of this site is to provide the finest quality paper-based teaching materials to teachers and parents around the world. Myriads of options are available to create worksheets in Math, English, Geography, Puzzles, and Miscellaneous. Just choose a subject, then a topic, and choose from options offered to create your own worksheet that can be printed in pdf form. This allows the worksheet to be shown clearly on interactive whiteboards eliminating the need to print each creation. Although it was created for teachers, a more useful purpose may be for students to create their own worksheets to share with other students or for self-practice.

tag(s): printables (39), puzzles (205), worksheets (62)

In the Classroom

Use this site to differentiate for students of all levels by allowing students to create their own worksheet for practice or review. Make a shortcut to this site on classroom computers and use it as a center - students can then create their own individualized practice.

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How Many Under the Shell - Illuminations

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Practice simple addition and subtraction with "Okta" and this easy to use interactive. After Okta hides some bubbles under a shell, he then either adds more bubbles or takes some ...more
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Practice simple addition and subtraction with "Okta" and this easy to use interactive. After Okta hides some bubbles under a shell, he then either adds more bubbles or takes some away. You have to determine how many bubbles are left under the shell. The activity setup allows for the choice of addition, subtraction, or both as well as the number of bubbles to include.

tag(s): addition (224), subtraction (186)

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Create a link on classroom computers to use as a center for addition or subtraction practice. Display the site on your interactive whiteboard while students perform the problems at their seat using manipulatives. Provide this link on your class website for students to access in and out of the classroom to practice basic addition and subtraction.
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Shape Tool - Illuminations

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This tool allows you to create any shape imaginable, then explore the possibilities! You are provided with triangles, hexagons, squares, and other shapes. Shapes can be enlarged, colored,...more
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This tool allows you to create any shape imaginable, then explore the possibilities! You are provided with triangles, hexagons, squares, and other shapes. Shapes can be enlarged, colored, shrunk, rotated, reflected, sliced, and glued together. Links are included to other NCTM resources that can be used with this tool. This site includes complete instructions for each of the tools.

tag(s): geometric shapes (167), rotation (12)

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This site is perfect for use on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Allow students to create and manipulate shapes according to the vocabulary included with the instructions. This activity would work well for individual or pairs of students in a lab or on laptops.
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10 Frame - Illuminations

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This easy to use applet helps students develop the very important concept of 10 within the context of a 10's frame. Activities include identifying the number of objects, building the...more
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This easy to use applet helps students develop the very important concept of 10 within the context of a 10's frame. Activities include identifying the number of objects, building the given number of objects, filling the 10's frame with missing objects, and adding items. To the right of the applet are several different lessons that can also be used to build the concept of 10.

tag(s): counting (110), number sense (94), numbers (191)

In the Classroom

Flash the 10's frame on your interactive whiteboard quickly, then have students identify the number of objects in the frame. Use paper 10's frames and counters for students to complete activities as a class. Create a link on classroom computers to be used as a center activity. Create a link on your class website or blog for students to practice at home.
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Tumbletown Tales - Utah Education Network

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This site offers four highly interactive challenges designed to allow students practice with math skills. Flower Frenzy practices patterning skills at three different levels - gardener,...more
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This site offers four highly interactive challenges designed to allow students practice with math skills. Flower Frenzy practices patterning skills at three different levels - gardener, green thumb, and pro planter. Tumbletown Bound challenges players to create a path from point A to B around different obstacles on the grid. Practice packing various shapes into rectangular boxes in Triangle Alley. Seed Ball introduces students to grids and plotting points on the grid. The site includes an excellent Parent and Teacher section with explanations of each game, grade level curriculum connections, and extension activities. There are several printables available as well.

tag(s): coordinates (30), latitude (13), longitude (13), maps (292), measurement (179), patterns (87), problem solving (292)

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Make a shortcut to this site on classroom computers and use it as a center. Use the extended activities ideas to supplement the interactives on the site. Share this link with families on your class website. Don't miss the teacher section for ideas to try with your class.
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Make A Match - Lyndsey McCollam

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How many tries will it take to match all the pairs in this Concentration-style game? No directions are needed for even the smallest players, just click on 2 squares to ...more
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How many tries will it take to match all the pairs in this Concentration-style game? No directions are needed for even the smallest players, just click on 2 squares to find a match. If there isn't a match, remember what is behind each of the squares to try again.

tag(s): matching (23), puzzles (205)

In the Classroom

Demonstrate this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector then allow students to explore the site on their own. The site provides great practice with memory and computer skills for primary students.

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Clock - Amblin Primary School

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This site provides a great analog clock which can be used on interactive whiteboards for any activities involved with teaching time. Hands on the clock can be moved forward or ...more
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This site provides a great analog clock which can be used on interactive whiteboards for any activities involved with teaching time. Hands on the clock can be moved forward or backward in increments of 1, 5, or 15 minutes as well as 1 hour.

tag(s): time (139)

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Share this site on your interactive whiteboard or projector during a unit on telling time. Provide this link on your class website for students to access (to practice) at home.
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