Important and Helpful Online Resources
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Cluster 2 Homework for Tonight
For most programs (excluding Custom Programs and Teacher created Assignments),
students will be given quizzes. Based on the quiz items they answer
incorrectly, the program will assign one or more review topics. Students can
see which topics were assigned by clicking on the NEXT button on their student
screen. For each review topic, there are practiceproblems to solve, lessons to
read, videos to watch, and activities to try. At a minimum, students must
attempt the required practice problems or problem sets and receive a
check-mark in order to complete the topic. But students should be encouraged
to try the other resources as well. Once the quiz has been passed and the
topics reviewed, students are advanced to the next section of the program.
Students can also watch an overview video when they log into Catchup Math. The
teacher can monitor a student's progress and customize lessons to target
Catch up Math covers math topics up through Algebra II, so all middle level
learners benefit from the lessons and activities.
Easy fix for most error conditions using Catchup Math:
If you experience an error within Catchup Math, please press the F5 button on
your keyboard and try again.
iPad users: It is recommended you log into m.catchupmath.com from Chrome. If
you use Safari and encounter error messages, please select on Settings ->
Safari -> Clear History.
Explorer is not recommended when using Catchup Math.
Use this link for Catch up Math when using an iPad or other mobile device not
using Adobe Flash Player.
Mobile Version of Catchup Math
The CK-12 Foundation presents FlexMath, a student-centered approach to Algebra
proficiency. Combining engaging lessons,
interactive practice, adaptive assessment, extensive scaffolding
for struggling learners, and endless opportunities for upward
differentiation, FlexMath offers a complete discovery-based
instructional platform with proven success for all populations of students.
Cool math games and lessons!
Great site for fun games to work with multiplication, division, fractions,
ratios, integers, and even some English and Geography!
Arcademic Skills Builders
The idea behind Math is Fun is to offer mathematics as well as
some fun bits, and to combine the two wherever possible.
The main content of the site is aimed at basic math skills.
However you will find some more complex stuff, and some easier
bits. Hopefully there should be something for everybody.
Math is Fun
Great site for all things math. Ask Dr. Math is a nice feature
for assistance with your math questions.
If you struggle with your multiplication facts, you NEED to use
this site on a weekly basis. It's a fun and easy way to review,
study and drill your facts.
FREE Video game fun while practicing multiplication facts.
An animated factorization promenade of primes, composites, and their
constituents, arranged with an aesthetically-tuned variation of Yorgey’s
rules, one per second.
Dance, Factors, Dance: A Variation On Yorgey's Factorization Diagrams
In this video segment from the Cyberchase
series, the CyberSquad must help Pin and Pan divide fifteen gold
bars equally between them. Many of the bars are different sizes,
however, and the CyberSquad must add up fractional parts of the
gold bars in order to give both Pin and Pan their fair share of
Equal Amounts of Gold
Great way to visually see equivalent Fractions from halves to sixteenths.
Interactive Fraction Strips/Wall/Number Line.
Use your visual skills and knowledge of fractions to see if you can
identify where Grampy is hiding behind the hedge.
This site explains Pascal's Triangle and its many awesome math
patterns as well as how to find the Fibonnacci Sequence in
Pascal's Triangle. There are interactive features as well. A cool
link worth a look.
Pascal's Triangle and its Patterns Including the Fibonnacci Sequence
Can you find the name of the type of snowflake we graphed?
Awesome Information About Snowflakes
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