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Online Math Games and Lessons

By Meaghan Montrose

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One of the posts on the Successful Learning blog has turned me on to two great online math sites. These sites both provide interesting opportunities for students to learn and practice math skills.

The first site, Math Live, provides a wide range of entertaining lessons covering topics of Number, Patterns and Relations, Shape and Space, and Statistics and Probability.

The second site, Interactive Assessments, contains a variety of math games and assessments for students to test out their understanding of math concepts. The games and quizzes cover a wide range of age and skill level. There are even games designed for two players.

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    Math study skills for students were based on memorization of formulas or algorithms. students quickly discover that rote memory skills are not enough in math courses. They are required to apply mathematics beyond basic facts, specifically in critical thinking and problem solving activities.

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    As a 7th grade mathematics teacher, we are required to incorporate some form of technology into our lessons. A great tool to use as way to get my students thinking or get their minds “activated” about a particular concept is online lessons. Three of my favorites are brainpop,learn360, and teachertube. Not only do these sites present material in an understandable format, it is also age appropriate. Others, like brainpop allow students to take a review or graded quiz after each lesson. Another added benefit is that many of these lessons can be downloaded and used with the active board.

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