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Family & Parenting Magazines

by on Nov.13, 2011, under Books and Magazines

For those who wish there was a manual written for raising children, they can now turn to family and parenting magazines for some guidance. These magazines offer a wealth of information and suggestions ranging from potty training to safety guides.

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Hooked on Phonics MATH!

by on Nov.13, 2011, under Math

In today’s technologically advanced society, math skills are vital. Many job and educational opportunities demand math proficiency, especially as technology becomes more and more ubiquitous. Yet despite the perceived importance this country places on mathematics, recent international assessments have shown U.S. students lagging behind their peers in other industrialized nations in math skills. (continue reading…)

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Lego Republic Frigate

by on Oct.24, 2011, under Lego Toys

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As seen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the iconic Republic Frigate features detachable escape pod, flick missile, opening cockpit, rotating turbolaser cannons, proton torpedo launcher, retractable undercarriage, opening hatches and detailed interior. Includes Yoda, Eeth Koth, Quinlan Vos, Clone Commander Wolffe and Wolfpack Clone Trooper minifigures.
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Iphone Memory and Addition Game

by on Sep.22, 2010, under Games, Math

mzi_nxsdfplz_170x170-75Find all the matching pairs of cards. The first one in the pair must be an addition operation and the second one the result of the addition. The faster you match, the more points you get.

“Add and Match” will keep your kids educationally entertained, all the while developing their concentration, memorization, and math skills.

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Ryuta Kawashima’s New Brain Training Game

by on Sep.09, 2010, under Uncategorized

Professor Ryuta Kawashima is going HD for hits next title. And he’s doing away with the stylus too.

The neuroscientist who became a video game celebrity due to his contributing role in Nintendo’s multi million selling Brain Age games has most recently leant his talents to Namco Bandai for an all new Kinect brain training game.

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Who Else Wants Kids To Improve At Math And To Have Fun While They Do?

by on Aug.14, 2010, under Games, Math

Imagine being able to actually have kids begging to practice math. Wouldn’t that great for a change?

Or what if you could see their math skills improving by the day. You’ll be proud of the kids and they’ll be proud of themselves too! (continue reading…)

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Multi-digit dividends

by on May.27, 2010, under Lesson plans, Math, Reviews

Describe the process of finding quotients involving multi-digit dividends using models, place value, properties, and the relationship of division to multiplication.

TITLE: Multi-digit dividends

AUTHOR: Teacher’s name

GRADE LEVEL/SUBJECT: Appropriate for grade 5

OVERVIEW: Understanding division in all its aspects (from simple operation to properties and connection with multiplication) can be difficult for many students. It takes time and practice in order to can use it further in algebra, geometry, trigonometry or calculus. Also the practical part is very important for using division confidently in real life.

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Lesson plans – Introduction

by on May.04, 2010, under Math, Reviews

My memory is not the best one…and I don’t remember too much from my childhood, but between my most beautiful memories are my grandparents and some school moments I remember smiling nostalgic happily. I know it does not sound great – my husband and many friends are telling me that – but I loved school! I wasn’t the best student, only a normal one with a bit of passion for socializing, math and especially for my math teacher, who used to have a real talent for teaching, but also a great perfume…

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Equate: The Equation Thinking Game

by on Mar.30, 2010, under Games, Math

Equate looks a bit like Scrabble–for aspiring mathematicians, that is. Designed by a real mathematician, it works like this: You put down tiles on a board and make points by correctly completing simple equations. Your nine tiles include both numbers and mathematical symbols; you can add on to previous plays both vertically and horizontally. Learn simple stuff (like what division is) and more sophisticated ideas (like the order of precedence among arithmetic operations). (continue reading…)

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Educational Insights Classroom Jeopardy

by on Mar.09, 2010, under Games

Teachers love Classroom jeopardy that meets your test prep needs. Creating your own games is fast and easy. It’s the fun, exciting and effective way for your students to review what you teach.
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