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K-2 Student Interactives

This site provides a series of interactive mathematical games for K-2 children. Students can
  • interact with tangrams using 7 puzzle pieces to make shapes
  • help Bobbie Bear make different outfits
  • guide a turtle to a pond
  • play a subtraction game with Count Hoet
  • help Zoe sort the animals at the shelter
  • help Cookie Monster find the missing pattern
  • find the pattern and then color each button
  • program a ladybug to move through the maze
  • choose a shape and color and then tessellate
  • and so much more.
These are great activities for students to work on their own or with an interactive whiteboard.


Published by Utah Education Network with Utah State Office of Education in 2009

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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):K, 1, 2
Curriculum Areas:Mathematics
Themes/Keywords: combinations
computations
counting
geometry
measurement
patterns


Vocabulary
tessellations, computations, degrees, patterns


Essential Question(s)
1. How does math help you in the real world?



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