Suzie's Home Education Ideas: Printable Place Value Slider On previous blog posts, I have shared some ideas on learning about numbers and place value as well as sharing my printable place value game to show some different ways we have used to learn about two and three digit numbers. I have since adapted one of my earlier resources, the Place Value Slider, to include four digit numbers. I originally got the idea of making a place value slider from here and made a three digit place value slider (pictured below). I can honestly say that it has helped my son really understand two and three digit numbers. To make our four digit slider, we used our printable template and cut out the number strips and place value card then glued it onto some cardboard (picture below). We also had an extra piece of cardboard cut to the same size as the place value card.
How Brands Are Using Facebook Apps for Contests and Campaigns Background: Some time back I published a research paper about how brands are using Facebook apps for enhancing their CRM. In this post I would like to focus on the second value proposition that Facebook apps bring to brands – an amazing opportunity to run campaigns. I have been increasingly seeing brands using Facebook apps to give a boost to their marketing. In fact if you see the list of Facebook preferred developer consultants, you will see some very interesting case studies of brands using Facebook apps. Therefore, in this post, I will talk about why and how brands are using Facebook apps for their contests and campaigns Just as a reminder, in this post I am only focusing and benchmarking Facebook apps that have been used as marketing centric campaigns.
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Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Dice Roll Match-Up (Division and Letters) Two sheets of sticker paper and one bag of 3/4-inch wood blocks for $3.99: That's all this little game requires. Sometimes the simplest and cheapest games are the most fun. I made two versions for my boys with nine dice each - to practice division with my 3rd grader and letter recognition with my preschool-aged son. Division Dice Roll Match-Up
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Top Division Math Games For Helping Kids Learn To Divide While Having Fun So you're looking for some fun ways to teach division. Division Math Games are a blast and we've got plenty of activities for teaching learning those division skills. "Gazinta" (A Division and Factor Game) How Gamification Works - 3D GameLab Instead of courses consisting mainly of textbook learning and lectures, classes built using game mechanics such as badges, experience points, levels and leaderboards, boost student engagement by allowing students to choose from “quests” and progress at their own pace through a series of educational activities. Students are motivated due to personal choice and meaningfulness, real-time feedback, the ability to collaborate or compete, and over time, they learn stay persistent in learning due to prior successes. Quest tasks can range from listening to a podcast, collecting and analyzing real-time data, or watching a short video to partnering with a classmate for discussion or writing a short essay. As students complete each quest, they can level up to new assignments on their journey toward an “A.” Teachers have the ability to approve quests or put them on auto-approval so students can keep progressing while waiting for their teacher’s feedback on milestone work.