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This site provides an extensive collection of free resources, math games, and hands-on math activities aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Our math printables are suitable for use in math centers, small group or whole class settings.

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Thinking Blocks was developed by Colleen King in 2003 to help students who were struggling with math word problems. Before creating Thinking Blocks, Colleen was using problem sets from Singapore Math texts in a course for accelerated students at a math enrichment center. The model drawing approach in these texts gave upper elementary students a path to more advanced concepts and algebraic reasoning. Colleen sought a more flexible solution for struggling learners and designed a model drawing application called Blocks. The first group of students to test the program often made comments about how smart they were when using Blocks and how Blocks made "their brains work better". Colleen observed students who were reasoning, understanding, and problem solving. Her students were using thinkingBlocks.

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Thinking Blocks was developed by Colleen King in 2003 to help students who were struggling with math word problems. Before creating Thinking Blocks, Colleen was using problem sets from Singapore Math texts in a course for accelerated students at a math enrichment center. The model drawing approach in these texts gave upper elementary students a path to more advanced concepts and algebraic reasoning. Colleen sought a more flexible solution for struggling learners and designed a model drawing application called Blocks. The first group of students to test the program often made comments about how smart they were when using Blocks and how Blocks made "their brains work better". Colleen observed students who were reasoning, understanding, and problem solving. Her students were using thinking Blocks.

Books

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Open-ended questions, coined "good questions" by the authors, can prompt children to think creatively and critically. This useful book helps teachers define good questions, offers teachers tips on how to create their own good questions, and presents a wide variety of sample questions that span 16 mathematical topics, including number, measurement, geometry, probability, and data.

Whether you are an Understanding by Design (UbD) devotee or are searching for ways to address standards local or Common Core State Standards in an engaging way, Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins provide practical guidance on how to design, initiate, and embed inquiry-based teaching and learning in your classroom.

Some educators may view diagrams, pictures, and charts as nice add-on tools for students who are visual thinkers. But Steve Moline sees visual literacy as fundamental to learning and to what it means to be human. In Moline's view, we are all bilingual. Our second language, which we do not speak but which we read and write every day, is visual. From reading maps to decoding icons to using concept webs, visual literacy is critical to success in today's world.

Apps

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Common Core

View the Common Core State Standards in one convenient FREE app! A great reference for students, parents, and teachers to easily read and understand the core standards. Quickly find standards by subject, grade, and subject category (domain/cluster). This app includes Math standards K-12 and Language Arts standards K-12. Math standards include both traditional and integrated pathways (as outlined in Appendix A of the common core) and synthesizes Language Arts standards with the Corresponding College and Career Readiness Standards (CCR's).

Common Core Concept BANK

Common Core Standards are super easy to review and understand using this FREE app! This app gives you a simple way to view each Common Core Standard, review the supporting concepts and find sample assessment & practice questions. A great reference for teachers and parents to easily read and understand the core standards in-depth. Find standards by grade, subject and domain/cluster.

Number Line

Number Line is an educational game app to help students learn about fractions, decimals, and percents by ordering equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents on a number line. The app features multiple levels where the player must drag circles with either a percent, decimal or fraction onto a number line in the correct sequence. A score is earned based on the time it takes to put all the circles in the correct order (faster is better), plus points for each correct placement, minus points for each error.

5 Dice

A math game intended for upper elementary and middle school students that helps students enjoy practicing their order of operations. The game encourages students to use higher order thinking to solve the "target" number by working backwards given the answer but not the equation. The best feature about this simple math game is that teachers are able to receive immediate feedback of their students� progress through email.

Addition & Multiplication Number Bubbles

☆ This app contains two games--Addition and Multiplication(base on Chinese Multiplication Table).☞ Addition:Select number bubbles whose sum is equal to the target number.
☞ Multiplication:Select two number bubble whose product is equal to the target number.

☆ There are three game mode in each game.
☞ Time Mode:Get as many points as possible in a limited time.
☞ Survival Mode:Be careful!!! If you make a certain number of mistakes, game over.
☞ Child Mode:Time mode with more time and lower difficulty

Motion Math: Hungry Fish

Feed your fish and play with numbers! Practice mental addition and subtraction with Motion Math: Hungry Fish, a delightful learning game that's fun for children and grownups.
Your fish is hungry for numbers. You can make delicious sums by pinching two numbers together � instant addition! Keep feeding your fish to win a level and unlock new colors and fins.

The app is free to try, with In-App purchase for an addition level and two subtraction and negative levels. (Plus purchase anything and you'll get bonus fish colors and fins.)

Hands-On Equations

Teach your children the joys of learning algebra with Hands-On Equations 1 – the algebra app for the iPad for children as young as eight!

Algebra can be a tricky subject to master but with the help of Hands-On Equations 1, equations like 4x+2=3x+9 and 2(x+4)+x=x+12 become child’s play!

The app takes advantage of the iPad’s visual and touch features to demystify complex algebraic concepts.

The original Hands-On Equations program, using physical game pieces, has already helped more than a million students gain confidence with algebra. Now that same, proven method is available virtually in the palm of your hand.

Level I of Hands-On Equations consists of six lessons and one review lesson. The student learns to solve equations such as 8+2x+3-x=2x+1 and 2(2x+1)=3x+8. There are more than 80 equations for the student to enjoy and solve!

Hands-On Equations is the ideal first introduction to algebra for elementary and middle school students. Not only will these students have FUN and be fascinated with the program, their sense of self-esteem will be dramatically enhanced as they experience success with sophisticated looking algebraic equations.

Older students who need help with algebra will also benefit from Hands-On Equations. These students may, for the first time, understand key concepts of algebra that have held them back.

More information on Hands-On Equations can be found at www.borenson.com and on YouTube.

MathRace Multiply

The most addictive math game ever designed.
This one minute race is like a video game.
Ready, Set, Go...
Students have 60 seconds to get points.
Fast and fun.
Imagine a class of 3rd graders beyond 12X12...
halfway through the school year!
Don't believe it? Go to SoftSeven.com and click "scores".

Geoboard

The Geoboard is a tool for exploring a variety of mathematical topics introduced in the elementary and middle grades. Learners stretch bands around pegs to form line segments and polygons and make discoveries about perimeter, area, angles, congruence, fractions, and more.

This virtual version of the manipulative is an open-ended educational tool, ideal for elementary classrooms and other learning environments that use iPod Touches, iPhones, or iPads.

Visit our site for more information about using the Geoboard.
www.mathlearningcenter.org/apps.

Virtual Manipulatives

Apple Staff Favorite
Top 50 FREE Educational App

YourTeacher's Math App

Get the exact math help you need with your own personal math teacher!

Browse or search YourTeacher's complete library of over 50 courses for elementary, middle, and high school math; community college and college math; and standardized test prep.

Each course contains over 100 lessons, and each lesson features video examples, interactive practice, multiple-choice self-tests, a worksheet of extra problems, and more!

PLEASE NOTE that your first 5 lessons are FREE! You will then be asked if you would like to purchase any of our courses for just $9.99!

Math Puppy

~ The Most exciting math-adventure App on the Appstore ~
~ Best selling educational math app ~
~ Selected as New & Noteworthy! ~

Math Puppy will take you on a journey of educational fun like never before!
From toddlers to grade school, for Children of all ages – Math Puppy is the perfect way to build up your math skills. Your child will be able to enjoy a constructive, supportive, interactive fun filled environment while mastering the arts of basic math.

Fill The Cup

Four math games allow children to experience math concepts through manipulation. Rods is an addition/subtraction game that uses different sized rods side by side to show how two numbers make up another one. The child selects the rod that makes up the missing piece.

Fill the Cup allows the addition of fractions. Eight cups are filled by some fraction which shows on the cup. The child selects one to pour into a target cup, trying to fill it exactly. As the level goes up more difficult fractions are used.

Balance 1 is also an addition game. Two or three weights are placed on a pan on the computer side of the balance, and, depending on the level, the child must place one or two weights on the pan on their side of the scale to make it balance.

Balance 2 is for multiplication. This time a weight can be placed in various position on the balance to make its effect lighter or heavier. Depending on level, the computer places one or two weights, and the child is given one or two weights that they must place to make the scale balance.

The games provide instant feedback - the cup still isn't full or overflows, the balance thunks on one side, the rod is sticks out or doesn't reach - and allow correction. This builds confidence in the concepts and process of math rather than focusing on a single right answer.

My Math App

My Math Flash Card App is for mastering basic elementary math facts. Its an easy to use and customizable application to enable focused learning.

Some of the salient features are
- Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division Cards
- Randomly generated Flash Cards
- Help
-Customize to focus mastering a particular fact like Addition by 2 or subtracting by 2.
- Simple sound effects to provide feedback

Though kids can use it with minimal parent supervision, but some supervision and encouragement always helps them gain confidence and motivation.

OhNoFractions

2013 Children's Technology Review Editor's Choice Award

Featured by Apple in the Education Category (Apps for Elementary School, Apps for Middle School)

Certified by Teachers With Apps "Badge of Distinction"

Practice and explore fractions with this elegant and simple visual app.
Swipe left or right to answer if the fraction on the left is LESS, GREATER or EQUAL than the one on the right.
Peek at the visual solution before committing your answer or wait until later to prove it.
Tap above each fraction to see if they can be reduced/simplified.
Check the statistics of your practice runs.
Control audio options and set the max denominator using the Setup menu via the Curious Helmet.

Oh No Fractions! is part of Curious Hat LAB, a collections of prototypes and early ideas that we want to share with the world.

Motion Math Wings

*Master Multiplication with Flying Colors!*
Practice mental multiplying and estimation with Motion Math: Wings! This fun math game helps children ages 4 and up develop a conceptual understanding using six different visual forms. It's simple to play – you just tilt your bird to the bigger number.

Sail Through Math

Ahoy Mateys, discover a fun way to practice math skills with Sail Through Math, a game for students from McGraw-Hill Education. Do you have the skills to conquer all the levels? Set sail for learning and find out.

Sail Through Math offers a fun and exciting way to practice and reinforce math skills. Users face mounting obstacles and surprising hazards as they navigate through Math Facts, Algebra, Number Sense, and Rational Numbers. Developed for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

Count Money

Count Money ! is a great way to practice counting money. Select the difficulty level and number of problems in the "Settings" screen. Progress through the difficulty levels until you master counting money.

CountingMoney

Counting Money is an app designed to help people of all ages count money. Counting Money can also be used as a brain training exercise for adults and any one else looking to improve their skills at counting money. There are two game play types. In practice mode the user must answer the question correctly in order to proceed to the next question.The user presses the check button after each attempt to check the answer. In quiz mode the user has one opportunity to answer the question correctly. There are two difficulty types, beginner and normal. You use four coin buttons to add to the tally.

Money

Money- is a great way to practice counting money. Select the difficulty level and number of problems in the "Settings" screen. Progress through the difficulty levels until you master counting money.

Learn Money

Is it time to get your kids started with learning about coins and bills? With Learn Money, start your kid's learning about American money from the basic identification of coins & bills to making change.
Learn Money includes engaging lessons with natural voice-over and follow-up quizzes that helps students score well in their benchmark and state tests.

WebsiteDescription(from the websites)Illuminationsis designed to:**This resource has some free resources with additional tools available for a subscription fee. We are providing the link so you can reach the free resources.

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## Thinking Blocks was developed by Colleen King in 2003 to help students who were struggling with math word problems. Before creating Thinking Blocks, Colleen was using problem sets from Singapore Math texts in a course for accelerated students at a math enrichment center. The model drawing approach in these texts gave upper elementary students a path to more advanced concepts and algebraic reasoning. Colleen sought a more flexible solution for struggling learners and designed a model drawing application called Blocks. The first group of students to test the program often made comments about how smart they were when using Blocks and how Blocks made "their brains work better". Colleen observed students who were reasoning, understanding, and problem solving. Her students were using

Blocks.thinkingto make nightly math as common and beloved as the bedtime story.Description(from their websites)## Thinking Blocks was developed by Colleen King in 2003 to help students who were struggling with math word problems. Before creating Thinking Blocks, Colleen was using problem sets from Singapore Math texts in a course for accelerated students at a math enrichment center. The model drawing approach in these texts gave upper elementary students a path to more advanced concepts and algebraic reasoning. Colleen sought a more flexible solution for struggling learners and designed a model drawing application called Blocks. The first group of students to test the program often made comments about how smart they were when using Blocks and how Blocks made "their brains work better". Colleen observed students who were reasoning, understanding, and problem solving. Her students were using

Blocks.thinkingCommon CoreCommon Core Concept BANKNumber Line5 DiceAddition & MultiplicationNumber Bubbles☞ Multiplication:Select two number bubble whose product is equal to the target number.

☆ There are three game mode in each game.

☞ Time Mode:Get as many points as possible in a limited time.

☞ Survival Mode:Be careful!!! If you make a certain number of mistakes, game over.

☞ Child Mode:Time mode with more time and lower difficulty

Motion Math: Hungry FishYour fish is hungry for numbers. You can make delicious sums by pinching two numbers together � instant addition! Keep feeding your fish to win a level and unlock new colors and fins.

The app is free to try, with In-App purchase for an addition level and two subtraction and negative levels. (Plus purchase anything and you'll get bonus fish colors and fins.)

Hands-On EquationsAlgebra can be a tricky subject to master but with the help of Hands-On Equations 1, equations like 4x+2=3x+9 and 2(x+4)+x=x+12 become child’s play!

The app takes advantage of the iPad’s visual and touch features to demystify complex algebraic concepts.

The original Hands-On Equations program, using physical game pieces, has already helped more than a million students gain confidence with algebra. Now that same, proven method is available virtually in the palm of your hand.

Level I of Hands-On Equations consists of six lessons and one review lesson. The student learns to solve equations such as 8+2x+3-x=2x+1 and 2(2x+1)=3x+8. There are more than 80 equations for the student to enjoy and solve!

Hands-On Equations is the ideal first introduction to algebra for elementary and middle school students. Not only will these students have FUN and be fascinated with the program, their sense of self-esteem will be dramatically enhanced as they experience success with sophisticated looking algebraic equations.

Older students who need help with algebra will also benefit from Hands-On Equations. These students may, for the first time, understand key concepts of algebra that have held them back.

More information on Hands-On Equations can be found at www.borenson.com and on YouTube.

MathRace MultiplyThis one minute race is like a video game.

Ready, Set, Go...

Students have 60 seconds to get points.

Fast and fun.

Imagine a class of 3rd graders beyond 12X12...

halfway through the school year!

Don't believe it? Go to SoftSeven.com and click "scores".

GeoboardThis virtual version of the manipulative is an open-ended educational tool, ideal for elementary classrooms and other learning environments that use iPod Touches, iPhones, or iPads.

Visit our site for more information about using the Geoboard.

www.mathlearningcenter.org/apps.

Virtual ManipulativesApple Staff FavoriteTop 50 FREE Educational App

YourTeacher's Math AppBrowse or search YourTeacher's complete library of over 50 courses for elementary, middle, and high school math; community college and college math; and standardized test prep.

Each course contains over 100 lessons, and each lesson features video examples, interactive practice, multiple-choice self-tests, a worksheet of extra problems, and more!

PLEASE NOTE that your first 5 lessons are FREE! You will then be asked if you would like to purchase any of our courses for just $9.99!

Math Puppy~ Best selling educational math app ~

~ Selected as New & Noteworthy! ~

Math Puppy will take you on a journey of educational fun like never before!

From toddlers to grade school, for Children of all ages – Math Puppy is the perfect way to build up your math skills. Your child will be able to enjoy a constructive, supportive, interactive fun filled environment while mastering the arts of basic math.

Fill The CupFill the Cup allows the addition of fractions. Eight cups are filled by some fraction which shows on the cup. The child selects one to pour into a target cup, trying to fill it exactly. As the level goes up more difficult fractions are used.

Balance 1 is also an addition game. Two or three weights are placed on a pan on the computer side of the balance, and, depending on the level, the child must place one or two weights on the pan on their side of the scale to make it balance.

Balance 2 is for multiplication. This time a weight can be placed in various position on the balance to make its effect lighter or heavier. Depending on level, the computer places one or two weights, and the child is given one or two weights that they must place to make the scale balance.

The games provide instant feedback - the cup still isn't full or overflows, the balance thunks on one side, the rod is sticks out or doesn't reach - and allow correction. This builds confidence in the concepts and process of math rather than focusing on a single right answer.

My Math AppSome of the salient features are

- Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division Cards

- Randomly generated Flash Cards

- Help

-Customize to focus mastering a particular fact like Addition by 2 or subtracting by 2.

- Simple sound effects to provide feedback

Though kids can use it with minimal parent supervision, but some supervision and encouragement always helps them gain confidence and motivation.

OhNoFractionsPractice and explore fractions with this elegant and simple visual app.

Swipe left or right to answer if the fraction on the left is LESS, GREATER or EQUAL than the one on the right.

Peek at the visual solution before committing your answer or wait until later to prove it.

Tap above each fraction to see if they can be reduced/simplified.

Check the statistics of your practice runs.

Control audio options and set the max denominator using the Setup menu via the Curious Helmet.

Oh No Fractions! is part of Curious Hat LAB, a collections of prototypes and early ideas that we want to share with the world.

Motion Math Wings*Master Multiplication with Flying Colors!*Practice mental multiplying and estimation with Motion Math: Wings! This fun math game helps children ages 4 and up develop a conceptual understanding using six different visual forms. It's simple to play – you just tilt your bird to the bigger number.

Sail Through MathSail Through Math offers a fun and exciting way to practice and reinforce math skills. Users face mounting obstacles and surprising hazards as they navigate through Math Facts, Algebra, Number Sense, and Rational Numbers. Developed for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

Count MoneyCountingMoneyMoneyLearn MoneyLearn Money includes engaging lessons with natural voice-over and follow-up quizzes that helps students score well in their benchmark and state tests.