Math, Science and More

August 9, 2005

Beginning Math Activities

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From King’s Math Activities perhaps Beginning Math Activities will be the most useful for Grade One. Basically it is another list of links. Excellent. Extensive.

August 9, 2005

King’s List of On-Line Math Activities

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King’s List of On-Line Math Activities Lots of interactive activites. A huge list of links to other math sites.

August 9, 2005

King’s List of On-Line Math Activities

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King’s List of On-Line Math Activities Lots of interactive activites.

For my class perhaps Beginning Math Activitieswill be the most useful. Basically it is another list of links. Excellent.

August 9, 2005

Count Us In

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Count Us In

…find fifteen online games designed with the purpose of teaching children basic number concepts. Click on “other activities” to go to the teachers resources to find a bank of lesson plans on topics like comparing, counting, patterning, time, and many more. You can also download the Mac or PC version of the games.

August 9, 2005

AAA Math

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AAA Math

has hundreds of pages of interactive math lessons. There is an explanation of the math topic, an interactive practice, and challenge games on each page. You can choose the grade level and the math topic you need. These lessons attempt to be a resource that can be used at a school or for homeschooling to supplement

August 9, 2005

A Maths Dictionary for Kids

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A Maths Dictionary for Kids Click on a letter of the alphabet (down by the working clock) and find math terms starting with that letter. Click on the word and find a definition for that word. Useful for kids and teachers.

August 9, 2005

ARKive: Images of Life on Earth science/animals

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ARKive: Images of Life on Earth

‘ARKive gathers together, into a centralized digital library films, photographs and audio recordings of the world’s species, creating a record of the world’s biodiversity. The Web site features photographs of endangered and protected species worldwide, and includes information on habitat, status, descriptions, threats and biology. ARKIVE Education is a separate education zone designed for teachers and other educators, offering worksheets, project ideas, lesson plans and support materials.’

August 9, 2005

The Toy Store math/money

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The Toy Store. Although american money is used this is still a good interactive activity.

An animated display of a toy store for children to see, identify and use money pieces. Reinforces base 10 concepts used in the money system.

August 9, 2005

Visual Dictionary – science/

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InfoVISUAL.info – a Visual Dictionary and Encyclopedia.
There are four topics available: Vegetal biology, Animal biology, Human body and Transport. Clicking on any one of these will give you a group of pictures related to that topic. For example, clicking on vegetal biology will give you pictures of things such as a tree, an apple, a cross section of a stem. When you click on one of these pictures you will find a labeled diagram of that object and below you will find definitions of each of the labeled items. Kids of all ages will be fascinated by this.

August 8, 2005

Jude e-Clock math/time

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Jude e-Clock

Virtual manipulative for teaching various concepts in telling time. Features include the ability to change the clock’s face (two different primary faces, roman numerals, 12-3-6-9, & graduated markings only), display of time in digital format, display of time in word format (“quarter past three”, “27 minutes until eight”, etc.), as well as the ability to practice concepts of elapsed time by setting a “start time” clock and an “end time” clock. Buttons and hands on clocks are color coded to help support new or young learners.

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