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Math Interactives « The Techie Classroom Mar8 Math Interactives is another good resource for teachers of upper elementary when planning a math unit. It’s a site that has an interactive activity, a video, and printables for each topic listed. Though most of the content is more suited for upper elementary I’m sure that even teachers of younger kids might be able to find a few things that could fit the level of their students. I did find I had to read the directions for some of the activities because jumping right in the way I usually do caused me some confusion in a few of them! Like this: Like Loading...
Maths Maps If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my weekly newsletter. Thanks for visiting! I am excited to introduce you to my new project idea that I hope will result in some engaging content for our classes. It is collaborative in the same way the Interesting Ways resources are and I will need your help to make it a success. Elevator Pitch Using Google Maps.Maths activities in different places around the world.One location, one maths topic, one map.Activities explained in placemarks in Google Maps.Placemarks geotagged to the maths it refers to. Some background Four years ago I created Google Earth resources for the classroom and posted them to the GE Community Forum. The only issue with Google Earth is that it is restrictive in two ways. Luckily Google Maps has caught up and using the collaborative features I can now invite other teachers and educators to help build on these resources. How can you contribute? View 27 Measures Activities in Madrid in a larger map
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Murderous Maths: Tricks and Games! Do you want to be a mind reader? Or maybe have a brain that does lightning calculations? Or maybe you just want to make your friends feel silly! Here are a few of my sneakiest tricks, and don't worry - you don't need to be a maths genius to do them! Some of these tricks are in the Murderous Maths books, but here I can let you play on my special calculators and other computer gadgets! The Fiendish Football Team Illusion! Let Riverboat Lil READ YOUR MIND! The EIGHT QUEENS Puzzle! The 7-11-13 Trick (And other miracle sums) Pass your friends a calculator - and then make them feel really silly with these simple tricks! The Predictor Cards The trick with four cut-out cards, you pick a number from 1-16 and it mysteriously appears in a hole at the back! The Missing Digit Trick Your friend does a sum then crosses a digit out - you can tell what it is without looking! The Prime Numbers Trick Make a strange prediciton using the magic of PRIME NUMBERS. What were you like when you were born?
Since the National Strategies website closed in June 2011, a number of popular teaching resources have been updated and adapted to allow users to access them through the National Archives. A snapshot of NS Online the National Strategies website has also been archived by the National Archives Please be aware that the features previously available on the National Strategies site will not be available on the archived versions. Also, the facility to log into or complete e-learning modules is no longer available. If you're looking for useful teaching resources, you may also like to visit our TES page. Another useful site for teaching resources is Teachfind . Mathematics subject area
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Phil Daro, Bill McCallum, Jason Zimba A Grecian urn You have just purchased an expensive Grecian urn and asked the dealer to ship it to your house. In the Common Core State Standards, individual statements of what students are expected to understand and be able to do are embedded within domain headings and cluster headings designed to convey the structure of the subject. Standards for a Grecian Urn The pieces are designed to fit together, and the standards document fits them together, presenting a coherent whole where the connections within grades and the flows of ideas across grades are as visible as the story depicted on the urn. The analogy with the urn only goes so far; the Standards are a policy document, after all, not a work of art. Fragmenting the Standards into individual standards, or individual bits of standards, erases all these relationships and produces a sum of parts that is decidedly less than the whole. Sometimes a remix is as good as or better than the original. Tools for the Common Core Standards
Penguin Math Games Capture the Penguins Gameuses the outcome of two-dice toss to form a coordinate pair. Students toss two dice (one regular and one A-F) in this fun game that introduces students to coordinate graphing in the spaces. Students form a coordinate pair based on the dice toss and capture a penguin, if possible. Students use the accompanying recording sheet to keep score during the game. A-F Dice: Create A-F dice using plain dice or purchase small wooden cubes at a craft store to make the dice. Free the Penguins Game: The penguins are stuck on the ice floes. These games are not only an excellent opportunity to practice basic facts but they allow students to collect data and reflect on the probability inherent in the game. Download Free the Penguins game mat, instructions and suggestions for data collection.
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Operations on Integers Lessons by MATHguide The best place to start with multiplication, is with the rules: Now we have to understand the rules. The first rule is the easiest to remember because we learned it so long ago. Working with positive numbers under multiplication always yeilds positive answers. The second and third steps can be explained simultaneously. One reason why mathematics has so much value is because its usefulness is derived from its consistency. Keeping this in mind, let's take a look at Figure 2 below. If you understand the pattern, you will see that the first unanswered problem is -2 and the second unanswered problem is -4. Likewise, lets turn our attention to Figure 3 below. With a little concentration, we can see that the two unanswered questions must have positive answers to maintain mathematical consistency. Here are some examples: 4 x -8 = -32 -6 x 8 = -48 -20 x -3 = 60 uizmaster: Multiplying Integers
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iPad apps Published on April 10th, 2012 | by Mark Anderson When thinking about using an iPad to support learning, it is important to remember that the iPad supports learning. It is not going to do the teaching for you. Maths learning is no exception. It is much better to get a workflow with multiple apps to support the learning. Here are just some of the apps available from the App store related to Mathematics: The best way of working with these apps though is not in isolation. For example: Demonstration If you’re running a flipped model, you may wish to show a video on how to solve a simple algebraic equation, either created by you or perhaps from iTunes U or the Khan Academy on the topic. Practice Then, whilst supporting students with this learning, they practice their learning using the Algebra Touch app which gives students algebraic learning and practice opportunities. Reinforcement AfL Other ways in which apps can be used innovatively. PuppetPals HD – generate an animated learning sequence So you want to support Maths learning with an iPad?
New IBM App Presents Nearly 1,000 Years of Math History | Gadget Lab Math nerds and historians, it’s time to get excited. Minds of Modern Mathematics, a new iPad app released Thursday by IBM, presents an interactive timeline of the history of mathematics and its impact on society from 1000 to 1960. The app is based on an original, 50-foot-long “Men of Modern Mathematics” installation created in 1964 by Charles and Ray Eames. Minds of Modern Mathematics users can view a digitized version of the original infographic as well as browse through an interactive timeline with more than 500 biographies, math milestones and images of relevant artifacts. IBM hopes that classes and students will use the app, provoking more people to pursue math, science or technology-related educations and jobs. Starting from the first French pope to celebrated mathematician John von Neumann, users can see every major math-related event or person in a visually impressive layout. The Minds of Modern Mathematics app is available for free on the App Store.
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EnchantedLearning.comThe Olympic Games 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia The 2014 Winter Olympics were in Sochi, Russia. The opening ceremony was on February 7, 2014. The closing ceremony was on February 23, 2014. Over 85 nations and more than 2500 athletes competed. The motto of the Sochi Olympics was 'Hot. The Ancient Olympics: The ancient Greeks dedicated the Olympic Games to the god Zeus. The Greeks held the first Olympic games in the year 776 BC (over 2700 years ago), and had only one event, a sprint (a short run that was called the "stade"). Women were neither allowed to compete in the games nor to watch them, because the games were dedicated to Zeus and were therefore meant for men. The four-year period between the Olympic games was called an olympiad. The Modern Olympic Games: Over a fifteen hundred years later, Pierre de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin (1863-1937) (a French educator and sportsman) revived the Olympic Games. The Flag of the Olympic Games: Olympic Medals: Links: Olympics
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Monthly Index page::2012 05 Simple ideas, like adding together two odds to make an even, can lead to fascinating insights with important real world applications. In this feature, we have chosen some resources from the Exploring Our Number System pathway on wild.maths.org. Here's how you can send your solutions to these problems. Charlie's Delightful Machine Stage: 3 and 4 Play with our interactive machine and see if you can work out how to switch each light on. Factors and Multiples Chain Each number must be a factor or multiple of the last. Always a Multiple Think of a two digit number, reverse the digits, and add the numbers together. How to Solve Equations Watch this talk by Dr Vicky Neale as she explores some equations, and covers some highlights from the rich history of number theory along the way.
Monthly Index page::2012 05 Current All these problems focus on different problem solving strategies. Why not have a go and send us your solutions? Build it Up live Stage: 2 Challenge Level: Can you find all the ways to get 15 at the top of this triangle of numbers? Zios and Zepts live On the planet Vuv there are two sorts of creatures. Teddy Town live Stage: 1, 2 and 3 Challenge Level: There are nine teddies in Teddy Town - three red, three blue and three yellow. Tea Cups live
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