This is a straightforward map for the younger grades. Map the Oceans and Continents allows you to drag and drop the labels (on the bottom) to the right place on the maps. This would work well as a station or on an interactive board. You can see the complete post here from TeachersFirst.
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June 21st, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Math
My title is ready in the wrong order. You have to identify the correct place value before you can aim the tank and fire. This three level game might be useful in the lower grades in September (when it seems as if everyone is talking about place value). You can see the complete post here […]
June 18th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Math
If you are looking for algebra or calculus help, you might want to try Study Geek. There are problem calculators (the good thing is you can put in your own problem). The bad thing is the free version only shows the answer (you can upgrade for the step by step results). The good thing there […]
June 18th, 2014 · No Comments · Content - Language Arts, Content - Math
Sometimes it is funny how things work out. At a staff meeting just last week, someone showed Achieve the Core- and then on Sunday, it appeared in TeachersFirst. If you are looking for CCS lessons, support for developing CCS based questions, as well as teachers’ perspective in the change in standards, you should consider this […]