Congruent……what a strange word! All it means is that objects are the same size and same shape. Try your hand at finding the shape that is NOT congruent with all the others in the Spaceman Game below. Click on the picture and then find the ONE spaceman that is different from the others. That one is NOT congruent with the others.
If you are successful in all 15 levels, the spaceman will return to earth. Good luck!
Try the other math games on Toy Theater to help you practice other math skills.
If you have students who are having a difficult time memorizing multiplication facts, then this site may be just what you and your students are needing. Multiplication.com is a site where students (and parents) can choose a specific fact that is proving difficult and listen to an audio and video story that will bring meaning to the math fact. Students can also take pre-test on facts, view tips and tricks for remembering facts, play games, and much more. Also, students can use this site to practice addition and subtraction skills. This site would made a GREAT Center during small group time.
Using the WeaveSilk site, teachers and students can create designs with a designated number of lines of symmetry in student-chosen colors, or choose no lines of symmetry at all. Customize with optional music. Save and embed on student blogs, or create an online quiz or booklet for your math center. Let your imagination go wild just like your WeaveSilk creation.
Study Stack provides students of all ages and levels with over 2,400 templates for practicing and drilling a variety of math concepts. Introduce students to this site. Share these resources with parents. Bookmark them on your desktop or iPad for easy access. Regular use of this freely available resource will improve your students’ skills.
Visit the Study Stack homepage for templates to use with other academic subjects.
Filed Under (C-O (Cranford-Odom) Posts) by Mrs. Cranford on 02/04/2014
Need some practice on your multiplication facts? In the game of Ghost Blasters, students choose the multiple by clicking on the red arrows. You may want to start out with the multiples with which you are familiar. Get ready to click like crazy!
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Here are the PPT slides for the TCEA Tots and Technology Conference presentation ,”Follow the Bounce N Ball”. Discover a way to combine information in a fun and engaging way by using the free Web 2.0 tool, Bounce. Originally designed as a way to “bounce” feedback from one individual to another, Bounce is quickly becoming an invaluable educational tool. Take an informational webpage, or uploaded image, and customize it by embedding questions, comments, links, additional images, videos, Vokis, etc. Learn how students can work together on PBL projects or presentations. Bounce provides a perfect opportunity for students to collaborate creatively and share with each other in an online environment.
Basic skills are so important. Here are three sites that will help students practice those skills just in time for the beginning of the school year.
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