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Illuminations - Activities

Illuminations - Activities

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Furbles2003.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Object) “Furbles are the shape of things to come: this software is technology at its best and well worth the money.” John Dabell, TES Magazine Furbles started life as an idea for teaching statistics in an interesting way with children from KS1 to KS3. Math, Physics, and Engineering Applets Oscillations and Waves Acoustics Signal Processing Electricity and Magnetism: Statics Math Jewels Online Manipulatives and AppletsSites for Creating with MathLogic PuzzlesMath Games with that "Extra Something"Sites Targeting Specific ConceptsSites with Real-Life ConnectionsMath Tools and ResourcesSites with Data for Kids to Share and UseSoftware for Exploring with Math Each resource will open in a new window. Close the window to return to this page. *Online Manipulatives and Applets

Interactive Whiteboards and Web Tools Interactive whiteboards are more than just glorified overhead projectors - the interactive tools allow teachers to create lessons that actively engage students in creative ways. They also allow us to use a variety of interactive web 2.0 tools with our students in a way that allows all students to participate actively. I hope to add more items to this page throughout the year - great links to other websites and my favorite Smartboard files. For now, it's a somewhat random listing of files that I've either created ordiscovered on the Internet.

Math Subject Matter Ultimate Math Series - Over 5,000 Printables - For All Grade Levels View Now... Grade K-6 Math Series collaborating on OBBL Architecture Blocks Math Cats has enjoyed collaborating with Maurici Carbó Jordi to bring you Math Cats' OBBL. Maurici developed the original OBBL program and was delighted by our addition of the cat blocks and the help and ideas pages. (Maurici wrote early on: "My english is very poor, and I experience a lot of difficulties to explain myself.") The javascript code needed to be lightly adapted to permit the changes, and both Maurici and Wendy of Math Cats worked on these changes. Maurici accepts our reset button (the magic wand below the working space), but he will not place a reset button on his own version of OBBL.

Shapes sites compiled by sue lemmer | Home | Maths Page | Interactive Maths | Math Reference | Tangrams | Tessellation | Time | Transformations | Puzzles Problems Games | History of Mathematics | Real Life Mathematics | Free Software | Shapes | Number | Data | Measurement | General Maths Sites | Sort the Shapes A simple sorting game for Early Years

help for OBBL Architecture Blocks * How can I make a picture if the blocks keep falling down? That is the fun of OBBL! We hope you will explore and find clever ways to create your pictures. There are ways to catch some blocks before they fall all the way down. Please visit the OBBL Ideas page to get some ideas and to learn a lot of tricks Numbers sites compiled by sue lemmer | Home | Maths Page | Interactive Maths | Math Reference | Tangrams | Tessellation | Time | Transformations | Puzzles Problems Games | History of Mathematics | Real Life Mathematics | Free Software | Shapes | Number | Data | Measurement | General Maths Sites | Math Magician Games Practise addition, subtraction, multiplication or division, then press print to receive a certificate giving your score, data and time taken Count Us In Games

bag of mice at Math Cats What's going on here??? Our mousetrap is called by several names: a bell-shaped curve... a normal distribution curve... a Gaussian curve (named for a German mathematician of the 19th century). A bell-shaped curve shows how likely it is that an event will turn out a certain way (the average way). Our mousetrap predicts that more mice will tumble toward the middle than the edges. Can you think why? 3D Shapes . Intro We live in a three-dimensional world. Every object you can see or touch has three dimensions that can be measured: length, width, and height. The room you are sitting in can be described by these three dimensions.

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