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Q: What kind of dog can tell time?
A: A WATCHDOG!
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Help Willie the Watchdog tell time.

Interactive Math tools for grades for K-12. Accompanied by lesson plans and NCTM standards

Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division in two adventure games.

Students choose between 2 and 5 square pattern units with 6 color possibilities. Once the pattern unit is defined, click the play arrow to see the pattern fill the window.

Read the sentence and then find a carrot with the appropriate number, e.g. 'Less then 26' choose ANY carrot that is less than 26.

This is a great whole class tool for counting activities. Choose a starting point and a pattern (ie 4) then click play. Clicking watch reveals the next number. Click hints for more info.

The fairy wants to get into the houses, collect the keys by adding 9 to the number on the door. Do this by adding 10 and taking away 1.

Kick the ball that is 10 less than the number on the goalie's shirt! Headphones needed!

Complete these addition facts by first making 10 then adding the difference. Students will need instruction to understand the game. Good for mental arithmetic

Subtraction problems to 20. Fill in circles in middle with differences, Look for patterns. Teacher instruction initially. Click Instructions.

This virtual manipulative displays a grid containing numbers from 1 to 200. You can use it to explore patterns and relationships involving multiples. Great for whole class.Click Instructions.

Using this virtual manipulative you may:Describe a color pattern. Extend the pattern, Check your solution
Generate a new pattern. Click Instructions.

Practice completing patterns of shapes, numbers, or colors. Complete the pattern by dragging blocks onto the train.

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knann

last mark : 06/03/2007 11:13