In This Issue
MathBits: Math Games and Activities
Math Open Reference
Quia  Math
Free Online Opportunities
For teachers of students in grades 35: Tools for Building Math Concepts
For teachers of students in grades 59: Technology Tools for Thinking and Reasoning about Probability
For teachers of students in grades 59: Using Technology and Problem Solving to Build Algebraic Reasoning
For all students: tPoWs


MathBits: Math Games and Activities
http://www.mathbits.com/MathBits/PPT/powerpoint.htm
Frederick and Donna Roberts offer these math games and
activities designed to be played online:
 Jeopardy Style Games
 Math Mania, grade 6
 Math A Mania, Algebra I, grades 910
 Algebra Antics, Algebra I, grades 910
 Geometry Figures, Geometry, grade 10
 Algebra 2/Trig Review Challenge, grades 1011
 Math B Mania, Level 1, grades 1011
 Activities with Slideshows
 Estimating Ages of Famous Personalities
 Fibonacci Faces  Beautiful People
Math Open Reference
http://www.mathopenref.com/
Since August 25, 2006, when we first featured Math Open
Reference in our newsletter, John Page has continued to add
content, including:
 Introduction to Plane Geometry
 Congruence
 Similar Polygons, Triangles
 Introduction to Coordinate Geometry
 Transformations
 Cubes
 Cylinders
 Math/Scientific Calculator
 Graphical Linear Function Explorer
 Graphical Cubic Function Explorer
The site's many interactive "Try this" illustrations require
Java and Flash:
http://www.mathopenref.com/site/support.html
Quia  Math
http://www.quia.com/shared/math/
Quia lets teachers create Javaenabled quizzes, home pages, and learning games, including flash cards, matching games, and concentration games. Teachers using the site have the option to share their resources.
Currently there are 1431 mathematics activities.


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