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Math 

Online Interactive Games

Sumdog - Great site - lots of skills! Compete with others! Need your login and pw! 

FACT PRACTICE

Multi-flyer - great game with missions and levels


Old fashioned guess and check multiplication chart


Tunnel Blaster


Timed test fact page


Times Trainer - once a day!


The Product Game


Lots of different Java games


Fun4theBrain multiplication games


Basketball Shootout - practice multiplication or division


Mr. Nussbaum skill and drill


Fun! Division and Multiplication!


Great American Multiplication Challenge - make us proud!


Division Practice

Lots of games on multiplication.com

Basketball shootout

Drag Race - play against other people!






Ordering negative numbers


Adding and subtracting negative numbers


Fractions and Decimals


Shoot the fractions addition


Shoot the fractions subtraction


Lots of fraction games


Adding and subtracting fractions


Comparing fractions quiz

Decimals


Fraction Models (best for learning - try here first)

Play Decention - compare between decimals, fractions and percents!

Fraction tug of war, play against others!

Saloon Snap fraction game


Great Fraction Understanding Tool


**Fraction to decimal mission

** Fraction to decimal fruit shoot


Angles

Angles mission

Robot Guy Angles

Alien angles

Kung Fu angles

Playground angles


Area


Printable Math Worksheets

Fact tests and timed practice here and here


Geometry and shape games

Volume game 

Practice finding volume

Examples of polyhedra

Find faces, edges, and vertices


Looking at shapes from different angles game


3D shapes challenge


Nets


Polygon riddle game - from the clues and scrambled words, pick the polygon


Polygon sort - Can you decide which shapes are polygons quickly?

Interactive polygons- change the number of sides, make it concave - fun to explore!


Polygon Sort


Is it a polygon?


Memory with polygon names


Transformations:

Shapes in Motion - Start here if you're unsure about rotations, reflections, and translations

Shape Mods - more difficult - challenge your brain!

Trans Star - a tougher, longer game.

Golf - a must play. What's your best score?

RoboPacker - practice flips/slides/turns.


Learn about flips/slides/turns

Tesselations

Dynamic paper: build tessellations, nets, shapes and spinners.

Totally tesselated! Great site about different tesselations.

Tesselation creator - 'nuff said

Cyberchase videos about tesselations

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/videos/cant-wait-to-tessellate/

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/videos/lets-tessellate-em/

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/videos/a-perfect-fit-ep-307/



Practice with Negative Numbers

Game 1

Line Jumper

Space Coupe



Tangrams

Site One

Site Two

Site Three




Practice your 50 state knowledge!

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/web_games.htm

Many Different State and Capital games, with different levels of difficulty, from "beginner" to "cartographer!"


http://www.lizardpoint.com/fun/geoquiz/usaquiz.html

Scored state identification - What's your best score?


Scored Capital Recognition


Scored and Timed Capital Recognition


http://www.purposegames.com/game/states-of-the-usa-quiz

Point and click state recognition. Timed and scored!

Name the states!


Name the states!

Name the Capitals


Click the states - timed and scored - High score  = Sophia D. 181240


Link to "Stack the States" app on iTunes


Videos and memory tools

Wakko's 50 State Capitals Song High Quality

Wakko's State Capital Song with lyrics! Sing along!

State capital song


Other Geography Practice

http://online.seterra.net/en/ex/85

Canadian Provinces - timed and scored.

Wakko's World Countries

Wakko's Presidents




Science


Water cycle

Flight


Link to Paper Airplane designs used in class with video directions 

A link to different designs.





  • Choose an idiom from the lists below you like and think you could illustrate (not one you did last year).

  • Research the meaning and origin of your idiom. Links are provided for you below.

  • Create a poster depicting the literal meaning of your idiom;

    • include a box clearly stating your idiom;

    • include a box clearly stating your idiom's origin;

      • If you find more than one possible origin, chose the one you like the most.

Idiom Origin Links:





https://archive.org/details/msdos_Oregon_Trail_The_1990


 Mr. Macejkovic's Reading Post Test





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