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Standards-based interactive online activities and games for students to complete using the computer or laptops! This is an entire year's worth of kindergarten computer lessons ready to go. It hits common core standards in reading and math. Perfect for using in the computer lab or at stations. Get yo

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No-prep,math elapsed time enrichment project! Student Approved! With this resource students will research the travel times for three vacations using the guidelines included with the project. They will use a well-known travel website and then follow the step by step directions included with this p

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Also included in: Math Projects "BUNDLE"! Print and Go Math Enrichment All Year!

Pi Day
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A 20 question web quest that students can use to learn some things about the number pi - including a little bit of history and some fun facts.
Some suggestions of web resources that can be used to research pi and Pi Day, including two video clips that could be

This document can be printed and put on a binder ring for easy access to educational websites in all content areas, some aligned to the Common Core (indicated with an asterisk, below). About 90% of these websites below are free and just require you to create logins for your students. Enjoy!
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Who is Pythagoras and why is he so important?
Within this resource you will find a Webquest created to help students understand the Pythagorean Theorem, by providing them with the opportunity to acquire knowledge on their own, and at their own pace.
This particular Webquest includes 7 questions, r

These 24 problems are great to use with your calculus students within the first few days of the school year. Reviews everything from asymptotes to domain and range, logs to sine and cosine. Worked in are calculus ideas such as limits, tangent lines and average rate of change. The intention is to

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This engaging WebQuest and STEAM challenge will help to foster collaboration among your students. They will work with partners and then in teams to find out about reindeer as you act as the facilitator. They will use the information they get from the WebQuest to make a two-dimensional life-sized r

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Also included in: WebQuest and STEM Challenges Bundle

Students will plan a week-long summer vacation with a partner or team. They will need to research flights, hotels, transportation, excursions, and dining options, and keep a spreadsheet of the unit and total costs for each part of their vacation. Students will use exchange rates to calculate costs

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SO MUCH FUN PRACTICING MATH WITH DECIMALS THROUGH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND GAMES!All links verified to work as of January 2019.This WebQuest is a great way to review decimals through a fun and engaging activity. Students will practice identifying decimals, expanding decimals, comparing decimals, an

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Celebrate Pi Day with this engaging webquest!
How are Pi Day, Einstein, and Autism related? Albert Einstein's birthday is on Pi Day (March 14th) and some speculate that he was on the autism spectrum.
Personally, I love using the webquest as a complete activity. However, I have designed it so tha

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Also included in: Pi Day Activity Bundle #1

This webquest / Internet scavenger hunt is a perfect one day activity for middle schoolers to learn more about Pi Day and Albert Einstein (whose birthday occurs on the same day) with these fun questions. It is appropriate for middle school math or technology classes.
The lesson includes the studen

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This is a great project for high school students taking Algebra 1, geometry, or Algebra 2. I did this project with my Algebra 2 class composed of 34 students, 8 of which are Limited English Proficient students and 2 are Exceptional Student Education students. They loved it! Students worked collabora

I am excited to say that I'm part of a one-to-one iPad initiative! This "apptivity" guides students through various apps on the iPad while engaging them in a problem-solving situation. QR codes, directions, and teacher notes are included. If you use the apptivity, will you please provide some fee

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This 3-day mini-unit will provide some real-world context to proportion and unit rate, using rate tables, writing basic equations, and making predictions using equations. Students use functional recipes to scale ingredients up and down. A web quest and suggested homework/extensions are also included

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Students will research a favorite baseball team, calculate player statistics, calculate percent change in stats, graph player statistics, calculate percent wins for a team over a number of years (and convert this into fraction and decimal forms), compare wins/losses between two baseball teams, calcu

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This project allows students to learn what it would be like to live on their own! They will research everything from the salary a certain job makes to the taxes and expenses they will pay in a month. There are five steps that walk the student through figuring out the expenses that are involved in li

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SO MUCH FUN PRACTICING FRACTION SKILLS WITH TECHNOLOGY AND GAMES!All links verified to work as of January 2019.This WebQuest is a great way to review third grade fraction standards through a fun and engaging activity. Students will practice identifying fractions, comparing fractions, and finding equ

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This webquest was designed to challenge my high achievers to find geometric solids in real life settings. This is a great culminating or critical thinking activity. It could also be used during math center time.

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Here is a fun, engaging Math Activity you can use during the Christmas season! Students will use the 12 Days of Christmas idea to come up with 12 days of gifts. They will have to search the web, research and choose 12 items. They will also have to do the math to determine the price of the quantity.

This is a great project to integrate health and science as well as make the students more aware of eating healthier. The students are directed to websites where they create a meal and gather information about calories, fat grams, sugar, and carbohydrates. There are several parts to this project an

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