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My math instruction is mainly small group instruction with a smattering of whole group. There is always a technology component. Here are the signs you that I post so students know what the rotations will be for the day/week.
These are just a few of the sites I use for my rotations.
Math Fact Fluency Practice
Xtra Math-great free site! (My daughter is using it this summer!)
My students love multiplication.com!
Grand Prix is one of the games on this site. This is the all time favorite because it is a multi-player game. My students create a room with a code number where they all join. A bit of friendly competition!
Also, a great time to talk about chat rooms, even though this isn't one...digital citizenship and safety online.
BeFunky is just a fun photo editing program. My students took pictures around the school and then created math problems. The changed up the pictures using BeFunky.
Once they altered the pictures, they added them to Comic Life.
Take Me Out to the Ball Game- I did not create this Glogster poster, but it has proven to be a great resource for my students. We are in a big time baseball/softball community. This project is a big hit with my students! (Get it? Big hit! Hee-hee!)
Google Docs!!!! Love it! Whenever there is a chance to post class results, we do, using Google Docs.
My students love watching the big screen as data is being posted.
Games!A have a page on my class website called This Week's Links. Each week I post online games related to the skills we studying.
I usually have my students work in teams to see which group makes a million dollars first!
Mr. Nussbaum has tons of great games!
My list of game resources could go on and on and on...but...it is the 4th of July and my pool is calling me!