## 06 March 2007

## 15 December 2005

#### Willy the Watchdog

by knannQ: What kind of dog can tell time?
A: A WATCHDOG!
Click BEGIN to play the game
Help Willie the Watchdog tell time.

## 07 December 2005

#### NCTM : Illuminations Lessons

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

## 03 November 2005

## 02 November 2005

#### Math Adventures

by knannPractice addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division in two adventure games.

## 29 October 2005

#### Making Color Patterns

by knannStudents 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.

## 28 October 2005

#### Wabbit Words

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

#### Counting Stick

by knannThis 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.

#### Fairy House: Add 9

by knannThe 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.

#### Soccer Ball

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

#### Space Jumps

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

## 22 October 2005

#### NLVM:Diffy

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

#### NLVM: Interactive Number Grid

by knannThis 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.

#### NLVM: Color Patterns

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

#### NLVM Attribute Trains

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

## 23 September 2005

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