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 What's My Area? (SMILE) - Karen L. Mickel, William Carter Elementary School An elementary lesson designed to teach students to cover an area with uniform tiles and count the number of tiles needed; recognize rectangles, triangles and squares; and review basic colors. From the Geometry and Measurement section of a collection of ...more>> Whole Language Approach in Solving Word Problems (SMILE) - Barbara Thomas, Langston Hughes School A lesson that uses the story of the Three Little Pigs to teach students to formulate addition and subtraction problems of whole numbers; relate everyday language to mathematics meaningfully; use problem-solving approaches to investigate and understand ...more>> Wooden Puzzles and Games - SiamMandalay Company Limited Wooden brain teasers made by a Thai handcrafts export business: 3D Tic-Tac-Toe, Block Pyramid, Blooming Star Puzzle, Fit All In, Giant Hidden Passage, Houdini's Challenge, Locking Sphere, Lumberjack's Challenge (Angles and Edges Puzzle), Marble Release, ...more>> Working with Cuisenaire Rods In Mathematics (SMILE) - Willis Grace, O. A. Thorp Academy A lesson for grade 4 designed to teach students about common denominators by teaching the numerical value of each underlined letter of the standard Rod Code; and to develop systematic usage for building new units. From the Arithmetic section of a collection ...more>> Working with Fractions Using Pattern Blocks - Margo Lynn Mankus The objective of What's My Number? is to name the size of an object given the size of 1 unit. Materials include pattern blocks cutouts, a pattern block grid, a pattern block Java applet, and links to other pattern block activities elsewhere on the web. ...more>> The XY Chart - Speier Associates A multiplication table that incorporates the Cartesian coordinates, and aspects of Piet Mondrian's designs for an aesthetically pleasing appearance, to teach elementary school students concepts of multiplication, Cartesian coordinates, arithmetic sequences, ...more>> Y-Math Mathematical Models - Jan de Koning Models and building boxes for education include magnetically connectable "mathmaker" and "polylinks," and tetrahedron puzzles. Other polyhedral furniture and housewares include cube money-boxes of plywood, copper, and brass; dodecahedron bottle openers; ...more>> Young Engineers - The Decade Group Enrichment courses for children and teenagers using LEGO and K'nex. Sessions such as Big Builders, LEGO Challenge, and GaliLEGO teach basic and complex mathematics, introduce famous scientists, and demonstrate powers and principles of physics. Based in ...more>> Zic - Christian Janke Zollwert in Zentimeterwert: spiele mit dem Schieberegler herum, gib Deine Werte in die dafür vorgesehenen Felder ein, nutze die Tabellen, oder sehen sie Videos. ...more>> Zome Geometry: Hands-on Learning with Zome Models - George W. Hart An upcoming book full of things you can make with the Zome System geometry construction set - a hands-on guide to the geometry of three-dimensional space. Contents include: Angles, Polygons, Polyhedra; Icosahedron and Dodecahedron; Platonic Solids; Counting; ...more>> Zome System - Zometool, Inc. Available in kits of various sizes, Zometool is a 31-zone design tool and educational toy for kids, hobbyists, students, teachers and researchers. Precision-molded in ABS plastic, Zometool models spatial structures representing hyperspaces of up to 31 ...more>> Zome: Truncated 120-cell - PCMI @ Math Forum: SSTP 2007 One of the activities at the 2007 Secondary School Teachers Program in the Park City Mathematics Institute was the construction of a truncated 120-cell using Zometool. View both an explanation of the mathematics and photos of the construction. ...more>> Zone Out! (SMILE) - Willie Mae Wilson, Hartigan Elementary School A lesson for grades K-3 designed to review previously taught concepts of time, hours and 1/2 hours; and to help children with the concept of the four different standard time zones in the 48 states. From the "Miscellaneous" section of a collection of almost ...more>>
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