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Topic: Ready-to use student pages/activities
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Suzanne Alejandre

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Registered: 12/3/04
Ready-to use student pages/activities
Posted: Jul 30, 2000 7:25 PM
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Hi everybody,

I thought it might be fun to transfer some of these thoughts to the
institute discussion page and see what kind of brainstorming we could
come up with.

Shelly responded to Tom's comment about having ready to use activities
by writing:

"Wow, wouldn't it be great if there were a virtual file cabinet full
of ready-to-use student pages/activities? I'll bet there are a lot of
teachers out there who would like to contribute and/or take advantage
of such a resource. Of course there's already a lot available on our
site; a search in the Teacher's Place using the exact phrase "lesson
plan" yielded a lot of things that contained student pages or are
easily adaptable. It seems more likely that there are other resources,
including those from publishers where one might find more such
ready-to-use pieces."

I would suggest that you take a look at this site that was just
highlighted in Blue Web'n Update July 28, 2000:

MathGoodies
http://www.mathgoodies.com/
Online lessons and activities offer math resources for students in
elementary, middle school or high school. Short lessons
(explanations) are followed by interactive activities. The bookstore
links to math books on Amazon.com

What do you think of their resources?

Suzanne





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