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### Thinking Blocks - Model and Solve Math Word Problems- 12 views

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This tool enables K-6 students to build visual models of word problems. There are hundreds of built-in math problems covering thirty-six different categories. Videos explain how to model each problem type. The full screen feature makes this application compatible with interactive white boards.

### Touch Trigonometry- 27 views

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### Create A Graph at NCES Kids' Zone- 7 views

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"Here you will find five different graphs and charts for you to consider. Not sure about which graph to use? Confused between bar graphs and pie charts? Read our: Create A Graph Tutorial."

### Writing Equations in Google Docs - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education- 9 views

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Brief tutorial on how to write equations in Google Docs.

### Grand Challenges for Engineering- 8 views

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"The National Academy of Engineering (NAE), at the request of the National Science Foundation, convened a committee of leading technical thinkers to create a list of the grand challenges and opportunities for engineering facing those born at the dawn of this new century."

### BaseTen- 18 views

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Interactive website for learning place values and base 10.

### The National Math Trail- 12 views

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### LINKS Learning for Kids: Math: Illustrated Lessons- 9 views

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A variety of elementary mathematic interactive websites.

### Fractions - A Booster Activity- 9 views

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Drag fractions to their appropriate location on a number line.

### Match the Fraction - Fraction to Number Line- 8 views

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Match fraction with its place on a number line

### Scale Factor X- 5 views

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A math adventure game that challenges students to apply proportional reasoning skills.

### Everyday Math Resources- 6 views

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Every Day Math resources for K-5 students and teachers.

### Online maze designer- 9 views

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An interactive maze designer - I think that this would be great for an interactive whiteboard. It's part of a site full of interesting pictures, photos and information about mazes. I approached the author, Jo Edkins, about using some of the materials and got a really nice reply. More info about permission for use in schools is here: http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/about.htm Jo Edkins has also created lots of other webpages - http://gwydir.demon.co.uk/jo/index.htm - I need to start exploring!
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