Submitted by Cindy Kroon
Square root video from worldbookonline:
Plotting the graph of a linear equation:
Dye is a great resource for Pi Day! This is where I ordered the
fabulous pi cookie cutter. There are also many other pi products, all
priced in multiples of pi.
The TeachEngineering digital library provides
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engineering content for K12 teachers to use in science and math
classrooms. Engineering lessons connect real-world experiences with
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Sports Club Math is a gold mine for math teachers
looking for a sports angle. There is data for MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, NCAA
BB, Soccer, and Auto racing.
Convert the first 10,000
digits of pi into a musical sequence. Select ten notes and the notes
corresponding to each digit of pi will play.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives from Utah State
University sorts interactive applets by grade level and strand
Kennesaw State University interactive math manipulatives
My personal favorite is http://science.kennesaw.edu/~plaval/tools/quad.html
which allows the user to investigate the effect of changing constants in
Larry Green's Homepage of virtual math manipulatives provides
interactive applets for students to explore mathematics.
Cartoon Archives by Carolina Biological
Math Work is an on-line math worksheet generator. (Free!) This
web site will allow you to create printable math worksheets from your browser.
(Elementary and Middle School level math)
Math animations: http://ck022.k12.sd.us/miscpages/mathanimations.htm
includes songs, animations, and many interesting mathematical distractions.
Don't miss this guy's version of the quadratic equation song!
Cindy's math links: http://ck022.k12.sd.us/links/coollinks.htm