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AIMS Puzzle Corner: Free Math Puzzles This week’s Puzzle Corner activity is a magic trick with a mathematical, as well as a slight-of-hand, component. I first came across this trick in one of Martin Gardner’s many books on recreational mathematics. I liked it so much that I have been stumping students, friends, and family members with it ever since. Make It Metric Summary:Activities help students learn the sequence of metric prefixes and to make conversions within the metric system. Main Curriculum Tie: Mathematics - 6th GradeStandard 4 Objective 2Identify and describe measurable attributes of objects and units of measurement, and solve problems involving measurement. Materials:Invitation to Learn Post-It® notes Poster Paper Markers Instructional Procedures

Division Model...... How To Draw Models to Solve Problems on Divide Here are the basic models. You can also check out the other variations of the division model . To divide 24 by 3, draw 3 boxes to represent 3 groups and put 24 as the number to represent to total for the 3 groups. For this model, there are a few ways to draw it. They are presented below. OCSD Interactive Games Design Your Own Games Pre-Made Games Matching Game Directions- In this game you can match up words. You have two columns to work in .

Download Sign in GeoGebra for Tablets GeoGebra for Desktops Windows Mac OS X Mathwire.com ChiliMath - Free Math Help Grade 4: Distributive Property of Multiplication: Developing the Concept In this lesson, students use the Distributive Property to multiply three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers. Materials: none Preparation: none Prerequisite Skills and Background: Students should know basic multiplication and addition facts, how to expand numbers, and how to multiply three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers. Write 45 x 123 in vertical form on the board. Write a plus sign, an equals sign, and 5,400 to show the connection between the partial products and the final product.

Interactive GeoGebra Student Worksheet on Triangle Centers Geometry teachers! This is for you! Explore this wonderfully color-coded interactive diagram with your students. It includes lots of juicy questions at the bottom to help your students investigate the ins and outs of triangle centers and what they are used for in practical situations. The only thing it assumes is that you’ve explained the definitions of medians, altitudes, perpendicular bisectors, and angle bisectors. Once they have been briefed with the vocabulary, use this applet to drive it home. Math Chat - Solve Problems Together in Real Time This is a guest post from Sabba Quidwai (@AskMsQ) of EdTechTeacher - an advertiser on this site. Recently, I attended the EdSurge Summit in Los Angeles where I had the chance to take a first hand look at a great, new, FREE app called MathChat. We can all relate to a similar, enormous challenge while growing up: being stuck on a math problem with no one to help. As a result, we oftentimes turned to the back of the book.

The Home of Speed Math and Smart Math Mathletics.eu - Achieve More 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.

4 Math Add ons for Google Docs This is a guest post from Jennfer Carey (@TeacherJenCarey) of EdTechTeacher, an advertiser on this site. Google Docs is a popular word processing tool. However, many people don’t realize that there are 4 great add-ons for Math that allow teachers and students to harness the power of Google. You can add any of these features to a Google Doc by selecting Add-ons → Get Add-ons. g(Math) is a popular tool for Math students and teachers. It allows you to create robust expressions and graphs that you can insert directly into your Google Doc.

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