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  • Math and Science Group 1
  • enVision Math Katie Ballou http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=se-5y43CAF4 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31WxCK510VL._SL500_AA204_.jpg http://www.hemetusd.k12.ca.us/sites/cawston/teachers/cdixon/index.1.jpg http://images.alibris.com/isbn/9780328272839_t.gif
  • enVision Math
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    • enVision math brings math to real life. This math program uses real life situations to help students learn math. enVision math uses a book and ditigal resourses like a online book, games, and songs to help remember information.
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njE4bp9ddjw   Here is a video that the students would watch to go along with their lessons.
  • Compass Learning http://www.techknowassociates.com/img/partners/compasslearning.gif
  • Compass Learning is a program for primary curriculum(Grades k-5) and Secondary Curriculum(grades 6-8). Compass Learning is made to catch and hold the attention of the students while teaching them new or old math skills. Compass learning helps to teach by verbal and visual teachings. A student can sign on at home and play the games while at home or at school! http://www.compasslearning.com/tour.htm
    • Students learn/primary:
      • Working with two- and three-dimensional shapes
      • Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and exponents
      • Spatial sense
      • Length, weight, and capacity
      • Identifying patterns
      • Data analysis and probability
      • Transformations and symmetry
      • Fractions, decimals, ratios, and percents
    http://www.compasslearning.com/SWF/HighSchoolSampleAct/Globals/MasterShell/A1711.html http://www . compasslearning.com/Sampleactivities/launch.aspx?title=Expanding%20Up%20to%20Billions&flashsrc=globals/mastershell/mastershell.swf?dictionarysrc=ma56~scale=no~activitypath=../../5/ma/source/chapter01/lesson02/activity02/activity.xml&flashbase=globals/mastershell/
    • Students learn/secondary:
      • Manipulating complex fractions
      • Solving multistep equations and inequalities
      • Completing real-world computation
      • Calculating using decimals
      • Working with distance, rate, and time
      • Solving pre-algebraic equations with and without variables
  • American Chemical Society http://portal.acs.org/portal/acs/corg/content?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=PP_TRANSITIONMAIN&node_id=878&use_sec=false&sec_url_var=region1&__uuid=6f69f493-9615-44dc-998f-b3d4e5de141d Introduced by: Katie Pruitt
  • Teaching Science
    • The American Chemical Society has an interactive website that has really interesting activities for students to do to enhance their skills in science.
  • This Website Offers Many Different Activities On:
      • Planet Earth
      •   Your Body
      •   Art and Toys
      • What Chemists Do
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      •   Chemical and Physical Change
      •   Characteristics of Materials
      •   solids, liquids, and gases
      •   Motion and Energy
  • Here is a Link to the Science for Kids Site http://portal.acs.org/portal/acs/corg/content?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=PP_TRANSITIONMAIN&node_id=878&use_sec=false&sec_url_var=region1&__uuid=6f69f493-9615-44dc-998f-b3d4e5de141d
  • GlenIntDiss Glenco Interactive Dissections Katie Pruitt
  • Glenco Interactive Dissections
    • Glenco Interactive Dissections is a very interesting site teachers and students can use to learn about science in an interactive way without the mess of an actual dissection.
    • - This can be used to show where different bones, muscles, ect..can be located on frogs and earthworms.
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  • Glenco Interactive Dissections Offers
      • 'Melt-away' layers reveal individual structures and give students total control.
      • Professionally dissected organisms enhance and clarify anatomy and structures that may be difficult to visualize during dissection.
      • Allow unlimited practice, quizzes, animations, and more
      • The frog dissection is leveled for either middle school or high school use.
  • Glenco Interactive Dissection
    • Here is an active link to get a better understanding and an overview of the program.
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    • http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/science/dissection/html/glenintdissdemo.html
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  • Cool Math 4 Kids Chelsea Igel
  • Cool Math 4 Kids
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    • * Cool math 4 kids is a math site specially designed for what kids like and how they learn!
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  • Cool Math 4 Kids
    • *Teachers, Parents, and Student
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    • *Addition, Subtraction,Multiplication,     Long Division
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    • *Fractions and Decimals
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    • *Games and Lessons
  • Cool Math 4 Kids
    • * Here is the website for cool math 4 kids.
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    • http://coolmath4kids.com
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  • Teach R Kids Math Chelsea Igel
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    • *Teach R Kids Math is designed to meet the individual needs of your child. Your child advances to the next level at his or her own pace. In addition,  your child is able to work on areas that he or she needs to improve upon.
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  • Teach R Kids Math
    • *Time and Money
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    • *Worksheets
    • *Timed Activities
    • *Pre-k to third grade
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  • Teach R Kids Math   
    • *Here is the website for teach r kids math.
    • http://www.teachrkids.com/  
  • Earth Science Create an Earthquake and Create a Volcano Stacey Michel
  • Creating an Earthquake
    • *Make a Quake allows teachers and students to make an earthquake.
    • *In this simple simulation, you choose the ground on which to build your building and which quake-proofing technological prevention to employ. You can then subject it to three levels of quake intensity and see how it stands up!
    • *Make a Quake can be used to show students the awareness of the effect of knowing geological information. After doing this simulation, students will have a better understanding of  Earthquake awareness.
    • http://dsc.discovery.com/guides/planetearth/earthquake/interactive/interactive.html
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  • Volcano Eruptions
    • *Explore a Virtual Volcano helps teachers and students create a simualtion of a volcano eruption.
    • *Try your hand at creating the different types of volcanoes and their varied eruptions. Change the viscosity and gas levels below, and then hit the “set conditions” button to see your volcano.
    • *Magma viscosity and gas content are factors in the shape and explosiveness of a volcano. This project provides a simplified look at volcanoes, gives an inside look at volcanoes, volcano types, and a global perspective of volcanoes.
    • http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/pompeii/interactive/interactive.html
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  • MathBits & Ask Dr. Math By Sarah Hall
  • MathBits
    •      It is often difficult to find fun, interesting websites dealing with secondary and college level mathematics.  MathBits.com is a site which offers fun, yet challenging lessons and activities in these ares.
    •      It includes Jr. High math, pre-Algebra, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trigonometry, pre-Calc, and Calculus. 
    http://mathbits.com/  
  • Trigonometry       http://www.ies.co.jp/math/java/trig/index.html Geometry       http://mathbits.com/MathBits/StudentResources/Geometry/GeometryStudent.htm Pre-Calc      http://mathbits.com/MathBits/PPT/Algebra2Challenge.html    
  • Ask Dr. Math  
    •      This website contains answers to thousands of questions pertaining to all areas of mathematics, from elementary to college levels.  There are over 200 mathematical subjects covered.  There is a search engine to find questions regarding specific areas, and a place to write your own question if the answer cannot be found.
    The Math Forum @ Drexel http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/drmath.high.html
      •      MathBits is a site that can be helpful during classroom time and at home.  It can quickly produce answers and visuals to otherwise complex problems. This could be used in class disscusion when explaining examples.  Once students are familiar with this site, they go find extra practice work through the games and lessions.  It is often difficult to find extra help in the higher up math subjects such as trigonometry and calculus.
      •      Ask Dr. Math gives students an idependence for finding answers to their questions.  Often when a teacher is not available, there is no one else qualified enough to ask for trigonometry or calculus help.  This website supplies answers to complex, advanced mathematics for students and even teachers.
  • Nasa Quest Dr.Jeff's Blog on the Universe Kids Do Science   By Carla Bridges
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  • Nasa Quest
    • http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/
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    • This is an interactive site that challenges students to learn about NASA, their missions and discoveries in science. This site has lessons for students and interactive missions for all ages. NASA TV is avaliable for students to view past and currents events.
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  • Dr. Jeff's Blog on the Universe
    • http://blogontheuniverse.org/
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    • This blog tracks events in space.  This site is interactive for the student as well as provide lesson plans for teachers.  This has so much information the it could be used to teach science in the classroom.
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  • Kids Do Science
    • http://www.uga.edu/srel/kidsdoscience/kidsdoscience-fun.htm
    • This site is for students K-4th.  This site provide many hands on activities that children can use to further their understanding of science.  It covers areas from the scientific method to chemistry.These activities are puzzles, word searches, poetry, RAP.  This site integrated other subjects into their lessons.