Graph.tk: Online Graphing Made Easy

Who says you need a graphing calculator to graph complicated functions? With Graph.tk, you can easily input equations and create easy to read, easy to manipulate graphs. It's simple, just visit Graph.tk,¬†press the + button to add a new equation, input the equation by¬†using your keyboard, and watch the program create a graph. Graphs are … Continue reading Graph.tk: Online Graphing Made Easy

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Order Fractions And Decimals To Boost Your Flower Power!

I have to admit it... I'm obsessed with MangaHigh's Flower Power game. Why? Because it's just plain fun! With the influx of educational games in the past few years, it becomes more and more challenging to find one that manages to hold a student's attention while allowing them to practice skills. That's why Flower Power … Continue reading Order Fractions And Decimals To Boost Your Flower Power!

3 Probability Games To Build The Skill of Chance

Currently, our sixth graders are learning about simple and complex probability. Currently, students are working through skill-building problems and investigations with our math coach, but seem to be craving something more. So, in an effort to encourage them to work through problems, we've compiled a list of games that they can play as a reward … Continue reading 3 Probability Games To Build The Skill of Chance

Free App of the Week: Mathmateer

This week's free app is Mathmateer, which is essentially a space-themed game for students to practice basic math functions. With tons of mathematic challenges in the free version, Mathmateer provides a robust application for engaging elementary-aged students with topics like counting, recognizing 3-dimensional shapes, telling time and working with money. As students complete challenges, they … Continue reading Free App of the Week: Mathmateer