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- Balloon Booths (in English) || Puesto de Globos (in Spanish)
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]**Math 4, 5, 6, 7**: Fractions - Scale the size of a hot air balloon so you can make it fit through a narrow passage and hit a nail to pop it. [Java applet]
- Beat the Odds?
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]**Math 5, 6, Probability & Statistics**: Probability;**Math 7**: Probability of event, Making predictions - Can you beat the odds and always choose the right door? [Java applet]
- Box Model
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Composite, Factor, Probability of event;**Probability & Statistics**: Probability - Is your box model game fair? [Java applet]
- Building a House
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]**Math 4, 5, 6, 7**: Geometry in space;**Geometry**: 2D pictures of 3D solids - Is your box model game fair? [Java applet]
- What are the largest number of cubes to make the house? What's the smallest number of cubes? [Java applet]
- Cereal Boxes and Spinners
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Equations and functions, Data analysis;**Algebra**: Functions / Relations - User considers real-life problem of cost/reward of cereal box prizes. [Java applet]
- Containers
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]**Math 4, 5, 6, 7**: Number theory, Capacity/volume - Use two measuring cups of a particular size to figure out how to measure out other quantities. [Java applet]
- Counterfeit Coins (in English) || Monedas Falsas (in Spanish)
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Logic and set theory;**Discrete Math**: Logical Form & Equivalence - Find the fewest number of weighings that will identify which of the nine coins is counterfeit. [Java applet]
- Dice Rolling Experiment
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Data analysis, Probability of event;**Probability & Statistics**: Data and Distributions, Probability - Which sum do you think is most likely to occur when you roll three dice? [Java applet]
- Dice Sums
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Data analysis, Probability;**Probability & Statistics**: Normal Distributions - By using the vending machine to buy food, determine the relative values of the coins. [Java applet]
- Predict how often the sums of two dice occur after 100 rolls. [Java applet]
- Galactic Exchange (in English) || Intercambio Galáctico (in Spanish)
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]**Math 4, 5, 6, 7**: Ratio and proportion;**Algebra**: Use of Variables - By using the vending machine to buy food, determine the relative values of the coins. [Java applet]
- Heads and Tails
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]**Math 6, 7**: Probability;**Probability & Statistics**: Simulating Experiments, Probability - How many times do you have to flip a coin to get at least one head and one tail?. [Java applet]
- How Many Cubes? (in English) || ¿Cuántos Cubos? (in Spanish)
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]**Math 7**: 2-D nets -> 3-D figures;**Geometry**: 2D pictures of 3D solids - What are the largest number of cubes to make the arrangement? What's the smallest number of cubes? [Java applet]
- Math at the Snack Bar
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Distributive - Use an interactive applet for visual examples of the distributive property. [Java applet]
- Mauna Loa (in English) || Mauna Loa (in Spanish)
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]**Algebra**: Graphing, Line of Best Fit;**Algebra II**: Functions / Relations;**PreCalculus**: Functions;**Probability & Statistics**: Data and Distributions - Using the monthly measurement data for 1975 through 1988 from Mauna Loa, predict the CO
_{2}level for your birthday in the current year. [Fathom] - A Million Penny Project (in English) || El Proyecto de un Millón de Centavos (in Spanish)
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Large numbers, Data analysis - Students use a spreadsheet to show when they will have collected their million pennies. [spreadsheet]
- Miranda and the Rookie (in English) || Miranda y el Principiante (in Spanish)
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]**Math 6, 7**: Number sense, Algebra and expressions;**Algebra**: Exponential Functions;**Financial Education**: Earning, Income, Jobs, Wages and salary - Use a spreadsheet to compare salaries of the star basketball player and the rookie. [spreadsheet]
- Munching Bugs
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]**Math 6, 7**: Rect coordinate geometry;**Math 7**: Linear relationships - Help Sam the Chameleon use a special rule to find the bugs he can eat. [Java applet]
- Patio Stones
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]**Math 4, 5, 6, 7**: Tessellations - How many stones did Kathy need to buy to pave an area in her yard? [Java applet]
- Pick a Number
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Probability of event;**Math 7**: Making predictions;**Probability & Statistics**: Simulating Experiments, Probability - For each number of dice, how many rolls might it take to arrive at your selected number? [Java applet]
- Runners (in English) || Corredores (in Spanish)
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Rates - Tell how a runner's step size predicts the time it takes to run from the building to the tree. [Java applet]
- School Math Game Board
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Ratios, Probability;**Probability & Statistics**: Probability - Determine if Sam and Sharon game boards give equal opportunities for players to win. [Java applet]
- Service Day Game of Chance
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Equations and functions, Probability of event;**Algebra**: Functions / Relations**Probability & Statistics**: Probability - Help the students plan for their game of chance. [Java applet]
- Spinners
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]**Math 5, 6, 7**: Probability - Choose which spinner is most likely to have produced the given experimental results. [Java applet]
- Squares in a Square (in English) || Cuadros en un Cuadro (in Spanish)
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]**Math 5, 6**: Patterns and sequences;**Math 7**: Algebra and expressions;**Algebra II**: Recursion and special sequences;**PreCalculus**: finite, summation notation;**Discrete Math**: Formula for a sequence, Summation notation - If you have a checkerboard, how many squares will there be altogether? [Java applet]
- Tangrams
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]**Math 4, 5**: Fractions, Ratio and proportion, Geometry in the plane;**Math 6, 7**: Ratio and proportion - Discover some of the relationships among the pieces in a set of Tangrams. [Java applet]
- Temperature Change
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]**Math 4, 5, 6, 7**: Integers - Use the given information to find the temperature. [Java applet]
- TI-PoW: A Phone-y Deal?
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]**Algebra**: Linear Systems;**Algebra II**: Solving systems of equations - Compare two cell phone pricing plans to determine for how many minutes of calls per month each one is the better deal. [TI-Nspire™]
- TI-PoW: Caliyah's Cart
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]**Math 6, 7**: Algebra and expressions;**Algebra**: Use of Variables, Linear Programming - Use your TI-Nspire to figure out the maximum number of items Caliyah can buy, keeping in mind certain restrictions on weight and cost. [TI-Nspire™]
- TI-PoW: Chirp! Chirp!
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]**Math 7**: Formulas, Linear relationships;**Algebra**: Linear Equations - Find the temperature when a cricket chirps a certain number of times a minute. [TI-Nspire™]
- TI-PoW: Mauna Loa
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]**Algebra**: Graphing, Analyzing Linear Data;**Algebra II**: Functions / Relations;**PreCalculus**: Functions;**Probability & Statistics**: Data and Distributions - Using the monthly measurement data for 1958 through 2008 from Mauna Loa, predict the CO
_{2}level for a given month. [TI-Nspire™] - TI-PoW: Sam and Teri's Bank Accounts
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]**Math 7**: Linear relationships;**Algebra**: Linear Equations;**Financial Education**: Balancing a checkbook, Banking, Cash flow, Spending, Saving - Sam and Teri have bank accounts. Sam always withdraws money; Teri always saves it. When will they have equal balances, or will they? [TI-Nspire™]
- Traffic Jam (in English) || Tráfico Apretado (in Spanish)
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]**Math 4, 5, 6**: Patterns and sequences;**Math 7**: Algebra and expressions - Find the fewest number of moves for 10 people (5 people on each side) to end up on the opposite side that they started. [Java applet]
- Train Trouble
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]**Math 7**: Fractions, Distance-rate-time - How fast is the train moving to allow Herman and Sheila to each escape the tunnel? [JavaSketchpad applet]
- Types of Triangles (in English) || Tipos de Triángulos (in Spanish)
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]**Math 3, 4**: Classify geometric objects;**Math 4, 5, 6, 7**: Triangles;**Geometry**Isosceles, Equilateral, Scalene, Right - Students use a GSP sketch or an interactive web page to drag and manipulate four triangles. They identify one of each type: scalene, isosceles, equilateral, and right. [GSP or JavaSketchpad applet]
- Go to the tPoW main page or the login information page.

Send comments or questions to: Suzanne Alejandre