RM Easilearn - BrowseCategoryRSS - MathRM Easilearn content portalhttp://www.easilearn.com/usAll rights, including copyright, in the content of these web pages, including but not limited to graphical images are owned or controlled for these purposes by RM.enWheel of FortuneThis is a Wheel of Fortune Template for your classroom. Interactive widgets has been inserted to simulate the spinning of the wheel. This is a great way to introduce vocabulary concepts or review with the class as a competition.
Check out this template and get ready to spin the wheel! Enjoy!
(Directions and explanations are included)http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26253http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26253Wed, 03 Dec 2014 14:59:06 GMTCone plus sphere equals cylinder: Lesson ILesson one of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26215http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26215Thu, 16 Jan 2014 11:35:43 GMTCone plus sphere equals cylinder: Lesson IIIILesson four of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26198http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26198Fri, 03 Jan 2014 19:19:58 GMTCone plus sphere equals cylinder: Lesson IIILesson three of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26197http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26197Fri, 03 Jan 2014 19:17:13 GMTCone plus sphere equals cylinder: Lesson IILesson two of four that teach students how to derive the formulas for cones, spheres and cylinders, along with a short history of Archimedes.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26196http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=26196Fri, 03 Jan 2014 19:14:21 GMTPatternsStudents learn how to make simple patterns; they create 2 and 3 attribute patterns using clipart and shapes.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=25525http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=25525Mon, 18 Feb 2013 22:22:07 GMT3D ShapesStudents learn the names of simple 3D shapes and match names to the shapes.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=25524http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=25524Mon, 18 Feb 2013 22:19:41 GMTBears and ChairsBears and Chairs: Counting and Combining Setshttp://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21662http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21662Tue, 31 Jul 2012 17:04:22 GMTAngles: Identifying Parts and ClassifyingA lesson on identifying the parts of an angle and classifying the types of angles based on their measurements.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21082http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21082Tue, 15 May 2012 16:47:13 GMTOctagon Route - Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide IntegersThis Easibook gives students practice in using quick mental skills to add, subtract, multiply and divide positive and negative integers. It provides ample opportunity for students to read, for example, ¯3 as negative 3, and to discuss misconceptions.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21031http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21031Wed, 09 May 2012 14:17:15 GMTCandy Challenge - Combining Like TermsThis Easibook Reflect and Review uses the distribution of candy according to algebraic expressions as a context for reviewing strategies for Combining Like Terms.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21029http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21029Wed, 09 May 2012 14:12:35 GMTComplementary Equations - Complements to 0.1, 1, 10, 50, 100, 1 000This Easibook illustrates the using of complements in the context of solving simple equations.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21028http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21028Wed, 09 May 2012 14:07:31 GMTAdd them up - Addition of FractionsThis Easibook introduces the addition of fractions by using equivalence.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21027http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21027Wed, 09 May 2012 13:52:11 GMTWalls and Lily Pads - Generating Sequences From Practical ContextsStudents solve a problem by simplifying the problem to justify the answer, providing an opportunity for recognition of the Fibonacci sequence. The workbook poses several other problems for further practice in using this strategy.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21026http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21026Wed, 09 May 2012 13:32:41 GMTHouse Numbers - Solving Problems in Number and AlgebraThis Easibook gives opportunity for students to test a general statement and teaches how to model a situation using algebra to prove the general statement.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21025http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21025Wed, 09 May 2012 12:33:58 GMTGrowing Squares - Finding the General Term of a SequenceThis Easibook presents a pattern for which students have to work out the general term using symbols.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21024http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21024Wed, 09 May 2012 12:22:36 GMTPatios Investigation - Sequences From Practical ContextsThis Easibook provides a starting point for an investigation into garden patios and outlines strategies for solving practical problems.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21023http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21023Wed, 09 May 2012 12:01:41 GMTSquare Totals and Tables - Looking for Patterns and Generating SequencesThis Easibook asks students to generate results in two different problems, to enable them to make predictions if the patterns were extended.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21021http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21021Wed, 09 May 2012 11:34:53 GMTSequences from Algebraic RulesThis Easibook introduces generating a sequence of numbers using a simple algebraic rule. An expression is given for the general term of the sequence.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21014http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21014Wed, 09 May 2012 11:25:16 GMTFunction Rules - Finding Functions and Knowing Function PropertiesThis Easibook illustrates how to use a difference pattern to find linear functions from random data. It also discusses the properties of functions produced by combining number operations (reducing operations to a single operation and using inverses).http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21013http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21013Wed, 09 May 2012 11:18:17 GMTNumber Circuits - Multiplication and Division FactThis activity uses an Easibook to display loop cards that show ‘think of a number’ problems. Students have to complete all four operations plus inverse operations.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21012http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21012Wed, 09 May 2012 07:40:38 GMTGeoboard Puzzles - Area and Perimeter of Rectangles and TrianglesThis Easibook reminds students how to calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles, triangles and other polygons drawn on a square grid, by asking students to classify some shapes.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21011http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21011Tue, 08 May 2012 15:37:19 GMTWho's Right? - Using Factors to Multiply and DivideThis Easibook illustrates how to solve the same linear equation using two different methods. It gives practice in writing expressions, simplifying terms and solving equations.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21010http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21010Tue, 08 May 2012 15:13:05 GMTCard Challenge - Multiplying and Dividing by 0.1, 0.01, 10, 100 and 1000This is a game for two teams. The teams set each other challenges involving multiplying and dividing by 10, 100, 1000, 0.1 and 0.01, by making up calculations using cards.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21009http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21009Tue, 08 May 2012 15:06:22 GMTScales and Plans - Using Ratio Scales to Solve ProblemsIn this Easibook students practice and apply the concepts of working with scales expressed as ratios, in the contexts of model boats, town plans, drawings and kitchen planning.http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21008http://www.easilearn.com/us/viewArticle2.aspx?contentId=21008Tue, 08 May 2012 14:42:50 GMT