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Hey guys!

I am a sophomore in college right now and I am student teaching in a 4th grade classroom.

I am only there for half a day and I only get to see math. This means I am always teaching math.

So, I was wondering if you guys had any effective, interactive websites that could be used for more advanced math. I have begun to find some websites, but I am looking for something that could be put up on the Smartboard and have the children come up and interact with it and explain how they got their answers.

Thanks for your advice!

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Discussion Review (newest messages first)
Georgiateach 02-18-2016 05:52 AM

That is a wonderful site. THanks for sharing it!

TeacherBug08 02-18-2016 05:01 AM

Google interactive weebly. Its a great site.
Create a free account at smartboard exchange and then just search for 4th grade math ones already created.

Megteach 02-16-2016 06:28 PM

Some sites to check out--

hooda math

Mr. Nussbaum

multiplication.com

Woodlands Math Zone

calculationnation.nctm.org (sign up)

http://illuminations.nctm.org/

There's a lot out there! Good luck.

A fun one is the game Krypto. Students can work at their desk to try and solve as a student works at the board.

jsteinbacher 02-16-2016 01:58 PM

Hey guys!

I am a sophomore in college right now and I am student teaching in a 4th grade classroom.

I am only there for half a day and I only get to see math. This means I am always teaching math.

So, I was wondering if you guys had any effective, interactive websites that could be used for more advanced math. I have begun to find some websites, but I am looking for something that could be put up on the Smartboard and have the children come up and interact with it and explain how they got their answers.

Thanks for your advice!




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