Students are shown the relationship between analog clocks and angles. Students measure the angles of given times on the clock, in addition to answering questions about clocks and angles.
Students focus on making statistical questions better. They write down 5 real-world questions that can be answered using numbers. For each question they determine: Is it possible to answer? Can we answer it exactly (or close enough)? Do we know what each part of it means?
This animation demonstrates how to construct triangles if you know the lengths of a triangle's 3 sides using a ruler and drafting compass.
This interactive has a link to read about Quadrilaterals, as well as a place to manipulate and play with quadrilaterals' angles, sides, and diagonals.
This website contains a simple explanation and several examples of the difference between accuracy and precision and why it is important to distinguish between the two in mathematics and measurement. This resource supports the English language development of English language learners.
Seven hundred ninety-three mathematical terms are defined. Of those, 715 are illustrated and 178 are animated. This resource supports English language development for English language learners. It contains easy-to-understand definitions, with illustrations and links to further reading.
Students read about the metric system and see pictures explaining the information. There are interactive questions at the conclusion of the reading.
Students are presented with seven numbers to place in order from least to greatest. Students race to beat the clock to place the numbers in order. Students receive a new set of numbers when the order is correct.
Students practice choosing a method to find lengths of sides of triangles or angle measures using triangle theorems and formulas using this interactive resource. Decisions are made based on the information initially given.