Math :
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Symmetry  Here are some ideas for teaching symmetry. source
Flips, Slides, and Turns  This is a collection of engaging hands on activities for flips, sildes, and turns. source
Probability  A variety of engaging activities to use when teaching the concept of probability. source
Mean, Median, and Mode  A collection of activities to use when teaching Mean, Median, and Mode. source
Brain Teasers  Weekly brain teasers question (and last weeks answer) to stimulate creative problem solving source
Elementary Problem of The Week  For students in grades 36. Students who submit the correct answer will have their names listed on the web site. New problems are posted on Mondays source
Grade Five Word Problems  Fortyeight word problems that will enrich a young childs mind source
M&M Cookie Math  Each student munches their way through a M&M cookie while keeping a tally of the various colored M&Ms source
Magic Squares  Students learn about relationships through magic square number patterns. Investigations of magic squares throughout history include classroom activities with reproducibles source
MathStories.com  Over 2000 word problems for children sorted by grade level, topic and difficulty source
Monster Math  A lesson plan that uses monster mouths to teach the concept of greater than and less than source
Number Patterns  A collection of nine lesson ideas, some with printable pages, that guide students in learning about number patterns including Kaprekars Sequence, Pascals triangle, triangular numbers, square patterns, the Fibbonacci Sequence, and Digital Root Patterns source
Pattern and Picture Books  A list of activity ideas and book titles for teaching about patterns source
Pattern Play  A handson lesson that guides students in creating their own number patterns, and looking for something that does not belong in a pattern source
Patterns Here, There, and Everywhere  An instructional unit for teaching about patterns. Unit includes handson lesson plans, ideas across the curriculum, and a bibliography source
Probabilty  A lesson for teaching about the probabilty terms impossible, likely, unlikely, and certain source
Shake, Rattle, and Roll  A game for teaching probabilty using beans and juice boxes. This activity includes a printable graph source
Survey and Statistics Lesson Plan  A lesson for teaching mean, median, and mode. Students answer survey questions, and make calculations source
Tantalizing Tessellations  An instructional unit with reproducibles, lesson plans, and directions for creating tesselating pattens source
The Clock Game  A classroom activity idea for teaching about a Base 2, or binary number system. Students use a modified clock to add and subtract numbers in a binary system source
The Million $ Mission  Students explore patterns of exponential growth of money. Lesson includes charts, graphs, questions, and teachers notes source
The Most Colorful Math of All  Many activities involving the use of colors and maps designed to create interest in mathematics for children source
The Pattern Block: a game for 2 children  (PRIMARY) Children collect pattern blocks according to the online or printable game board then they make a pattern source
Uncovering Patterns in Number Sequences  A classroom activity with extension ideas for making generalizations about sets of numbers source
Usage and Interpretation of Graphs  In cooperative groups, students predict how many shoe eyelets are in the classroom source
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