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#### Fractions: Intro

For Students 1st - 3rd Standards
There's nothing improper in learning about fractions. Scholars apply an interactive to explore models for proper and improper fractions. They then answer a set of questions in a game that requires building models for given fractions and...
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#### Absolute Values of Integers

For Students 5th - 7th Standards
A five-question interactive focuses on integers and absolute value. A number line shows the distance to aide mathematicians in answering multiple-choice, true or false, and discussion questions.
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#### Addition and Multiplication Properties with Real Numbers: The Secret of Subtraction

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
An interactive boosts mathematicians' knowledge of subtracting integers using a horizontal number line by way of multiple-choice, true or false, and discussion questions.
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#### Sums of Integers with Different Signs: Adding Between 10 and -10

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Six questions make up an interactive designed to boost scholars' knowledge of integers. Mathematicians move symbols over a horizontal number line to aid in findings answers between 10 and negative 10. Question types include...
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#### Types of Fractions

For Students 3rd - 6th Standards
Locate types of fractions on the number line. Using a number line, the video shows where the location is depending on fraction type. By thinking about fractions' locations, scholars compare the types and use that information to estimate...
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#### Find 1 Starting from 5/3, Assessment Variation

For Students 3rd Standards
Take two steps back. Given 5/3 on a number line, the task asks pupils to determine where one goes. The activity is the most demanding in cognitive complexity of three tasks dealing with the placement of fractions on a number line.
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#### Find 1/4 Starting from 1, Assessment Version

For Students 3rd Standards
Where does a quarter go? Given a number line, the short task asks individuals to place the number one-fourth correctly upon it. The writers developed the task to demonstrate ways to assess critical skills from the CCSS.
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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 6th Grade Math – Target F

For Teachers 6th Standards
Why does one person need 58 peaches; isn't that a bit excessive? This classic math dilemma offers pupils a chance to turn a word problem into an algebraic equation. Grade 6 Claim 1 Item Slide Shows includes this problem as part of a...
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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 6th Grade Math – Target D

For Teachers 6th Standards
Elevation often confuses people due to a misunderstanding of negative numbers. Scholars practice applied elevation problems in addition to absolute value and coordinate pair questions. Each slide presents one question to help pupils...
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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 8th Grade Math – Target A

For Teachers 8th Standards
Take an irrational approach to numbers with a Smarter Balanced assessment that covers the introduction of irrational numbers. The nine items cover identifying irrational numbers, approximating them with rational numbers, and converting...
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#### Use Models to Compare Fractions

For Students 4th Standards
One task, broken into four parts, challenges mathematicians to show what they know about fractions. Using a number line and models, scholars compare fractions and prove proficiency through written responses.
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#### Find 7/4 Starting from 1, Assessment Variation

For Students 3rd Standards
Practice working with number lines with a simple, versatile worksheet. On a number line starting at zero and continuing beyond one, third graders decide where to place the fraction seven-fourths.
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#### And and Or Statements: Number Lines

For Students 7th - 10th
Compound statements are actually quite simple. A virtual interactive provides a means to graph solution sets to compound statements involving and and or. Users then answer a few challenge questions on these solution sets.
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#### Inequalities that Describe Patterns: Freezing Cold Comparison

For Students 6th Standards
Don't freeze out the interactive on inequalities from your lesson plans. Young mathematicians use an interactive thermometer and number line to compare freezing temperatures. Inequalities help express these comparisons.
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#### Lessons for Learning—Grade 8

For Teachers 8th Standards
How can you better explain the standards? A collection of resources gives teachers the resources needed to teach topics within the eighth grade curriculum. Lessons provide engaging activities to use within the classroom.
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#### Compound Inequalities: Babysitting

For Students 6th Standards
Keep this resource close by. Given conditions on how close by a child must be to a babysitter, scholars use an interactive to position a picture of the child in relation to the babysitter. Compound inequalities help represent the condition.
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#### Inequality Expressions: Inequality Graph

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Don't let inequalities be a drag. As young mathematicians drag the endpoint of the graph of an inequality in an interactive, the algebraic form of the inequality changes. This helps them see how the graph connects to the inequality.
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#### Looking at Numbers Every Which Way

For Students 2nd Standards
Assess class members' ability to look at numbers every which way. A helpful worksheet contain four tasks, including writing numbers as a sum of 100's, 10's, and 1's, and drawing a picture to represent the number.
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#### Resolving 2-Plane Traffic Conflicts by Changing Speed—Problem Set E

For Students 5th - 9th Standards
What do you do to change arrival times of airplanes when a different route is not available? The fifth interactive in a series of six presents problems where pupils must find solutions to conflicts of safety rules. They must decide how...
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#### Resolving 3-Plane Traffic Conflicts by Changing Route—Problem Set C

For Students 5th - 9th Standards
Keep the planes from crashing. Pupils work with three airplanes and change their flight paths to keep them at a safe distance from each other. Individuals work through three problems in the third interactive in a set of six with...
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#### Resolving 2-Plane Traffic Conflicts by Changing Route—Problem Set B

For Students 5th - 9th Standards
Do pilots create appropriate spacing between aircraft by traveling a longer or shorter path? An interactive presents two airplanes that violate safety protocols. Pupils must determine how to change the path of one plane to create the...
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#### Equivalent Fractions: Number Line

For Students 3rd Standards
Arrange improper fractions on a number line to determine the equivalency to whole numbers. The number line starts at -4 and ends at 4, while users must turn the improper fraction into a proper fraction in order to place it on the number...
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#### Give or Take a Few

For Teachers 6th Standards
Young mathematicians extend their knowledge of rational numbers on a number line to graph inequalities by first using number cards to compare rational numbers. They finish by using similar reasoning to graph inequalities on a number line.
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#### Differences of Integers Using a Number Line: Football Game

For Students 6th Standards
Make football a math sport! Move the football player (red dot) along the sideline (number line) to see how many yards (positive and negative integers) they've traveled to the other team's end zone.