Archive for the ‘math’ category

Free “File Folder” Math Games

August 12th, 2019

 

It’s Monday, August 12, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

File Folder Fun

(https://filefolderfun.com/SearchAge)

Age Range: 4-8 (Grades PreK-3, with parental supervision)

 

This site offers free, printable file folder games and activities that help young children practice basic skills in beginning math.

When you get to the site, scroll down to the grade you are interested in and click on the link for the math related activities. Or to make it easier, we have listed the links below: 

Read the explanation and/or instructions, then download the game/activity you are interested in. There are also skill building links and supplementary resources.

The activities at this site are for younger children, but older children may enjoy preparing them for their siblings.


(While there are a variety of free file folder activities at this commercial site, there are many more available for sale.)


When you are through exploring the math activities, check out the Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies activities. There is so much at this site, so bookmark it to return often!

Math at Play Kids Games

July 29th, 2019

 

It’s Monday, July 29, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

PlayKidsGames.com – Math Games

(www.playkidsgames.com/mathGames.htm)

Age Range: 4-12 (Grades PreK-8, with parental supervision)

 

At this website, you’ll find a variety of fun, interactive games designed to help kids learn and practice their math skills.

When you get to the site you’ll see a menu of games that include:

  • Space Shuttle Launch: You chose whether to work on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or a random assortment of them all. You also get to choose your level: Easy, Medium, or Hard. Every time you answer a math question correctly, you get to watch your rocket ship launch successfully and reach the moon.
  • Save the Math Apples: Answer the math questions correctly and the monkey can get the apples safely across the river. One misstep, though, and the hungry crocodile gets a snack!
  • Seahorse Counting: Count the seahorses and click on the correct corresponding number. Great for young children learning to recognize their numbers.
  • Robot Calculator: Type in the correct answers to the math questions that appear on the calculator screen to make your robot very happy.
  • Math Pinball: Shoot the ball and hit it with the paddles; watch it bounce all around inside the pinball machine. Each time the pinball successfully ricochets off of the components of a math question, you need to answer it correctly before you can continue the game. Complete with sound effects.
  • Calculator Quizzer: The questions appear vertically (in the Robot Calculator they appear horizontally).

But that’s not all! There are other subjects also available at this site. Just click on the button of your choice at the top including: 

  • Alphabet
  • Memory
  • Vocabulary
  • Geography
  • Arts

And more!


NOTE: You’ll need Flash and/or Java installed to play the games. 

Free K-6 Science Curriculum

July 23rd, 2019

 

It’s Tuesday, July 23, 2019, and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Math/Science Nucleus – Free Curriculum

(www.msnucleus.org/membership/k-6.html)

Age Range: 5-12 (Grades K-6, with parental supervision)

 

A production of the non-profit organization Math/Science Nucleus, this site offers free hands-on lessons and activities that integrate math, science, and technology for elementary grades.

Contents on today’s website is based on over 35 years of research on how children learn science content. The lessons have been designed for classroom use with the recognition that parents may use them for home study. 

The Elementary Curriculum is a complete science program for every week of a child’s K-6 experience. It includes 3 lesson plans for 34 weeks integrating all science subjects through: 

  • Applied Science
  • Universe Cycle
  • Plate Tectonic Cycle
  • Rock Cycle
  • Water Cycle
  • Life Cycle

In each cycle, there are links to objectives, vocabulary, materials needed, background, and procedure. There are also links to standards, a model test, and a dictionary.

Back on the Elementary page, be sure to check out the left side bar for links to: 

  • Online Activities
  • Storybooks
  • Slideshows
  • and more!

There is also a Secondary Curriculum, but some of the lessons are not completed. As the site says, “Units being worked on as funding allows.”

Project-Based Science Lessons for Grades 5-12

July 9th, 2019

 

It’s Tuesday, July 9, 2019, and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Teachers TryScience

(http://www.teacherstryscience.org/lp)

Age Range: 10-18 (Grades 5-12, with parental supervision)

 

This website is a collaborative effort between the New York Hall of Science, IBM Corporation, and TeachEngineering.org. It provides free, hands-on, project-based learning activities that require students to engineer solutions to problems by employing math, technology, and science concepts from more than one science discipline including physics, chemistry, and earth sciences.

When you get to the site, you’ll see three lesson plans. Click “See All” to get to the rest. (There are currently almost 700!) Click on any one and a new page opens with the target grade (ages), the estimated time required for the project, the topics covered, goals, objectives and more.

You’ll also find links to resources and materials that are needed, as well as comments from teachers who used the project in their classroom.

Math helps for all ages

July 8th, 2019

 

It’s Monday, July 8, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Bitesize – Maths

(www.bbc.com/bitesize/subjects/z6vg9j6)

Age Range: 3 and up (Grades PreK and up; children with parental supervision)

 

The BBC’s website is the quintessential online learning tool for all subjects in all grade ranges. This review features just the math section of the website.

When you get to the site, you’ll see the different levels of Math including: 

  • Early level Maths and Numeracy – Covers Numbers, Money and Time
  • 1st level Maths and Numeracy – Covers Number Processes, Fractions, Measurement, and more
  • 2nd level Maths and Numeracy – Covers Fractions and Decimals, Mathematical Skills, and more
  • 3rd level Maths – Covers Patterns and Relationships, Expressions and Equations, Data Analysis, and more
  • 4th level Maths – Covers 2D Shapes; Angle, Symmetry and Transformation; Chance and Uncertainty; and more
  • HigherMaths – Covers Algebraic and Trigonometric Skills, Geometric Skills, and Calculus Skills
  • And more

Click on the desired level to get to the topics. Then each topic has explanations, graphics and some videos to explain the topic. And for the lower levels, there are “Class Clips” – one to five minute videos, along with Classroom Ideas, that can easily be used at home as well. This is a wonderful mathematics resource for all ages.

Animated Math Definitions and Examples

July 1st, 2019

 

It’s Monday, July 1, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Maths Dictionary for Kids

(www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com/dictionary.html)

Age Range: 7-14 (Grades 2-9, approximately, with parental supervision)

 

Today’s website provides a Math Dictionary for kids. There’s a definition, explanation, and illustrated example of every math term from abacus to zero.

When you get to the site you’ll see that terms are sorted in alphabetical order. So, if you want to know about isosceles triangles (for example), simply click on the letter “Ii” of the Math Dictionary. A list of math terms beginning with the letter “I” will pop up. Then search the list for “isosceles triangle” and click on it. A definition pops up on the screen with an illustrated example. 

The explanations are simple and the illustrations are colorful and eye-catching — making it very appealing to kids of all ages. This is a terrific resource to use to introduce new terminology or refresh your memory about math terms you may have forgotten.

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