Developed in the UK, Mathsframes offers a set of 170+ free and interactive games in math for children ages 7-11. These interactive games are desgned to help children visualise numbers, patterns and numerical relationships and to develop their mathematical thinking.
Do you want a variety of interactive tools to teach math? Interactive Sites for Education has collected interactive math sites for over 25 different math topics. These interactive sites offer multiple ways to represent math content and multiple ways to engage your learners.
Check out this web site for really engaging your middle and high school students in algebra!!
Get The Math uses videos and online interactive challenges from the music, fashion and video game industries to help students realize the importance of understanding algebra concepts and have fun while they learn. Help in solving problems is available if the students need it. The site also has support for teachers with lesson objectives, learning materials, and samples of evaluation questions.
Getting students to WANT to learn algebra is always difficult, but Get The Math does it by making algebra applicable to things kids like!
Why UDL? This site provides multiple means to engage students in algebra.
Find the perfect interactive activity for your math class!
Kathleen McClaskey's insight:
Do you need a set of interactive activities for your instruction or do you want to give your learners opportunities to practice their math skills? Here is a resource from the UK that gives you exactly that. You will also discover other activities for a variety of content areas.
Why UDL? Multiple means of representation and engagement.
Matt Bergman has shared an excellent online resource to have students learn their times table in many different languages.
"In order to make connections with materials, our students often need different ways to express how they learn and understand information. Learn Your Tables International is a very unique site that helps students learn their times tables in an interactive way. Simply choose the language of your choice and begin.
An automated sequence of times tables will appear on your screen. Need to review your 10's, 7's, or 3's? The website will automatically go through different times tables to help you review. It also provides you with an interactive way of learning a single table (10's) or random tables."
Thank you Matt for sharing this site and UDL tool!
Educational tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts.
Why UDL?: Math Snacks provides Multiple Means of Representation and Engagement of math concepts using animation and interactive math games. They can be used online or as app on an iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad. (Funded by USDOE and NSF)
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