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A Gigabyte of Music: How Much is That?

Subjects: Mathematics, Parts of a Whole (Fractions, Decimals & Percent), Number Sense
Students gain experience in converting equations to fractions and converting one unit of measure to another as they solve the pr...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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CST Review Jeopardy Grade 7 Number Sense

Subjects: Mathematics, Number Sense
A Jeopardy game using released CST Number Sense questions for grade 7.
Contributor: Micheline LeBlanc
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How Much is a Million?

Subjects: Mathematics, Reading Comprehension, English-Language Arts, Number Sense
This lesson focuses students on the concept of 1,000,000. It allows students to see first-hand the sheer size of a million while...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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Exploring Exponents and Scientific Notation

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
Junior High Interactive resource. Includes a video that illustrates how math is used by paleontologists in the study of dinosaur...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Scientific Notation

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
Brainpop video explains how to write scientific notation using planet distances as an example. It walks students through the pro...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Quick Math Scientific Notation

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation
Very cool JavaScript tool from Quick Math that lets you plug in numbers and then it walks the user through steps that it took to...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Scientific Notation

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
Fact Monster tutorial
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Scientific Notation Problem Generator –

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
JavaScript program that lets you convert basic numbers to scientific notation
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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PBS Mathline

Subjects: Mathematics, Algebra & Functions, Equations and Inequalities
This activity builds on the population decay M&M activity, introduces NOW-NEXT or recursive equations, and uses calculators as a...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Exploring Exponents and Scientific Notation

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
Exploring Exponents and Scientific Notation - Junior High Interactive resource. Includes a video that illustrates how math is us...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Scientific Notation

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
Scientific Notation - Brainpop video explains how to write scientific notation using planet distances as an example. It walks st...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Scientific Notation Problem Generator

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
Scientific Notation Problem Generator – JavaScript program that lets you convert basic numbers to scientific notation.
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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Scientific Notation

Subjects: Mathematics, Exponents, Square Roots, & Scientific Notation, Number Sense
Scientific Notation - From Argyll Math. Explore the components of scientific notation. Includes interactive exercises on convert...
Contributor: CTAP Region 4
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The Census and You

Subjects: Mathematics, Electives, History-Social Science, United States History and 4 additional..
Lessons in this guide, provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, use readings, activities, and maps of the United States to introduce ...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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The Million \$ Mission

Subjects: Mathematics, Addition & Subtraction, Number Sense
This lesson, reviewed for grades 9-12 by Illuminations, introduces exponential growth through a whimsical scenario. A rich milli...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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Powers of Ten

Subjects: Mathematics, Earth & Space Science, Measurement & Geometry, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Science
This tool, reviewed by Science NetLinks, is an applet based on the Powers of Ten concept that was advanced by architect Charles ...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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Subjects: Mathematics, Calculus, History-Social Science, Economics
In this PBS lesson, the class forms a business partnership of stadium consultants. Each student consultant has been called in to...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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Travel in the Solar System: Lesson 1

Subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Addition & Subtraction, Earth & Space Science and 3 additional..
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students consider the amount of time that space travelers must spen...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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Travel in the Solar System: Lesson 2

Subjects: Mathematics, Addition & Subtraction, Earth & Space Science, Measurement & Geometry and 2 additional..
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students consider the amount of time that space travelers need to t...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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Why Is California So Important?

Subjects: Mathematics, Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability, Number Sense
In this lesson, one of a multi-part unit from Illuminations, students learn about the mechanics of the electoral college and use...
Contributor: Thinkfinity
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