Students will practice their skills with fractions. For each correct answer, the student earns a bowling pin. When they have earned a whole set, they get to knock them down with a virtual bowling ball. The student is provided with a fraction picture in which they shade in an amount and then must type in the correct fraction that their picture represents.
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For this interactive, students count coins and type in the amount. Students are shown the coin values after they have checked their answer. Feedback is also provided.
Students will use a recording sheet and computer to find the area of rectangles. They will understand how changing the length or width of a rectangle can change its area.
This animated tutorial explains the processes of evaporation and condensation. The difference in these processes in an open and a closed glass are described. Factors that influence evaporation, such as wind, humidity, and temperature, are also discussed.
This interactive reinforces the concepts of graphing. Students place objects on the graph according to the categories on the graph. This would also make a good introduction to graphing.
ELL students will learn the vocabulary needed to identify the four seasons as they listen to a text and look at various pictures describing what happens in each season. Students can turn the audio on or off as needed.
ELL students will learn about seeds and the life cycle of plants as they watch a simulation of plant growth from seed to adult. Audio and closed captioning is available.
In this interactive resource, students can mouse over different underwater organisms to explore the underwater habitat and see how the organisms are adapted to living underwater.
Students will practice their measuring skills using centimeters. Given a ruler and an object to measure, students estimate the length and drag the ruler to measure it. Students type in the measurement and click the "Check" button when done.
Students will practice their measuring skills using inches. Given a ruler and an object to measure, students estimate its length and drag the ruler to measure it. Students type in the measurement and click "Check" when done.
Students will enjoy collecting gumballs as they reinforce their knowledge and understanding of comparing two numbers. For each correct response, a gumball is placed in the gumball machine.
This interactive presents students with a plane shape to identify. Once students identify the shape, they drag the shape onto the shape shown on the truck for a match.
In this interactive, students practice finding the areas of figures. Students calculate and enter the area. If the answer is incorrect, students receive a message saying their response is too high or too low and will receive an opportunity to recalculate the area.