Saturday, March 10, 2007

Interactive Math Sites

Many elementary school age students benefit from review and repetition of math facts and concepts. Is there a way to offer review other than with flashcards? Yes!

Is it possible to do so using free online resources? Absolutely!

Math worksheets are limiting for many students. Think outside the box and add to your instructional toolbox! Check out these five interactive math sites:
What is wonderful about these sites is they offer additional math activities in an engaging, online and interactive environment. Students can work independently at school or at home using a risk-free, "mistake tolerant" medium. These math activities are examples of universal design for learning. All kids benefit when teachers use UDL principles where there are multiple methods of representation, engagement and expression.

And if you find some great sites on your own, please share them!

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