
MATH
This site helps you to perform the four basic operations, percentages, and square root equations just like you see in math class
Math puzzles, games, and quizzes are all available via this comprehensive site.
Problem solving games and puzzles for your practice and pleasure.
You select the type of graph, and input the data you need graphed and this website will make the graph just for you in just a few clicks of your computer's mouse.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF VIRTUAL MANIPULATIVES
A digital library of mathrelated instructional tools to practice, teach, reinforce in various concepts, including Numbers and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis and Probability.
GRADING CALCULATOR FOR TEACHERS
Type in the different assignments, the grade, and the weight giving to the assignments and let the site calculate the students' individual averages.
EASY GRADING CALCULATOR FOR STAFF
Just select the number of questions you administered on your assessment and immediately receive a table showing the respective grade your students would receive depending upon the number of questions answered incorrectly.
Need a timer that your students can use to monitor how much time they have remaining to complete an assignment? Here is your answer.
TYPE A NUMBER AND CLICK "CLICK HERE" AND PRESTO!, THE NUMBER IS WRITTEN IN WORDS
PLACE VALUEHOW TO READ AND WRITE LARGE NUMBERS
DIFFERENT TYPES OF POLYGONS AND TRIANGLES
Do you know how many sides a hexagon has? Do you know what an isosceles triangle is? Check out this site to find out the answers and the names given to triangles and to geometric figures with five sides or more.
CALCULATING PERIMETER AND AREA
Use this site to review how to calculate the perimeter and area of different shapes.
How many feet are there in one mile? If you don't know and you need to know other measurements that are equal to one another, have a look at this useful site.
EXPLAINING AND ILLUSTRATING DISTANCE, RATE, AND TIME EQUATIONS
This site shows you how to go about calculating any one of these three items.
DISTANCE, RATE, AND TIME CALCULATOR
Enter the desired information and calculate either the distance, rate, or time in a given situation.
VALUES OF DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS OF COINS
How fast can you solve this equation? What is the value of two quarters, two dimes, one nickel, and 4 pennies? If you need help, check out this site. When you have come up with your answer, tell Mr. Silverblatt.
A great site for teaching identification of coins, counting money and making change.
HOW MANY WAYS YOU COME UP WITH TO HAVE A COLLECTION OF COINS EQUAL TO ONE DOLLAR?
Excluding pennies, not only does this site have the answer to this question, it also has them ALL written out for you to read.
If you are in need of solving any multiplication equation that has any of the numbers from 112 as the first number and have it being multiplied (also) by any number from 112, then this handy table is just for you.
Helping you out with division facts 112.
UNITS OF TIME CONVERSION CHART
How many weeks are there in a year? How many days are there in a year? This site has the answers to these questions and several other timerelated matters.
Click on the arrows to set the desired time and watch the hands of the clock move to the selected time (analog style) as well as the time being reflected digitally as well.
INTERACTIVE TIME TELLING GAMES
Learn to tell time either using an analog or a digital clock using any of these fun interactive learning sites.
Drag the hands of the analog clock and watch the digital clock change right before your eyes to the time you selected.
A more challenging site. Click under the heading "Interactive SkillBuilders" to practicee telling time on the given clock or what time it would be given a certain amount of time that has been elapsed since the clock was set.
LEARN HOW TO USE A RULER TO MEASURE LENGTH
This site helps you measure lengths using a ruler with either whole numbers or fractions of either inches or centimeters.
Click on "Start New Game" as fast as you can for the given measurement on the ruler and the site tell you whether or not you were correct.
Working here means you have to be fast and precise in preparing lunch for different customers. If you think you are up to the challenge, then log onto this site that assesses you on your measurement skills.
Drag the slider across, click on the rocket and see if you drew the correct angle.
Using this handy interactive tool helps you to better understand the measurement of angles. The unit of measurement used to measure angles is known as degrees.
According to this website this "activity provides kids with an interactive introduction to angles and how to measure them. A step by step guide presents right, obtuse, acute, full, reflex and straight angles in a clear concise format."
Drag the circles to create the desired angle and the website will tell you how many degrees the angle you created has in it.
EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS THAT EQUAL ONE
Click on the multi colored image of the wall atop the page and see how many different equivalen fractions are equal to one while having one as the numerator (top number in a fraction).
FRACTIONS AND DECIMAL AND PERCENT EQUIVALENTS
Did you know the fraction 1/4 is the same as either .25 when it is written as a decimal or 25% when it is written as a percentage? For more equivalents of fractions and their respective decimals and percentages head on over to this site.
Do you know whether or not to multiply or divide when you see words such as "quotient" or "product" in a word problem? Check out this useful list of keywords and their respective mathematical operation to help you solve your next mathrelated word problem.