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Bible math Projects Lesson Plans
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  2. Freebies
  3. Video Instruction
  4. Fraction-Decimal Game
  5. Fraction Font
  6. Math Journals
  7. Math Maps
  8. Quest for the Golden Calculator
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Bible math Projects Lesson Plans
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Creative lesson plans and ideas - some free - some inexpensive

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CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF FREE CHALLENGES I CREATED
(Challenges may be played online or downloaded and run from any computer with Windows XP and above and Internet Explorer 4 and above.)
More challenges will be added.

I have created a no-frills, simple calculator that averages grades really fast. Enter grades and then hit enter one last time and the average is done!
To download it CLICK HERE
This is is zip file. To install it, simply unzip it.



VIDEOS!


Check out the Math Help Wizard!
He has free videos and help with
Fractions - Decimals - Percents




Here's a Fun Way to Help a Student Master Fractions & Decimals.
Click to see the game that I created in my classroom.
My students love to play this game!


Visit my new website that has free videos on how to do fractions.
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I have created a TrueType fraction font that has a horizontal bar
(shown in the examples above). For more information,
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Create a Math Squad Math Journal
This is a teacher's guide which explains how to implement a journal project in a math classroom. This guide explains how the journal can include 4 kinds of pages: lecture notes, illustrations (charts, diagrams, graphs, etc), research topics, and pages where students pick the math-related subject. There is a page-by-page listing of the contents of my algebra journal as an example plus copies of 70 actual pages of illustrations and supplemental material that I use. Please note: The many of these supplemental pages are about a Biblical subjects such as information about Noah's ark, King Solomon's Pool, the Ark of the Covenant, the tower of Babel, and the Six Days of Creation. There are also pages about Fibonacci, Kepler, and Descartes and other interesting math topics.
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Click here to see a copy of this journal that you can purchase.

"Math Treasure Island"

The map of Math Treasure Island is a project that adds excitement to math class while tracking the progress made. My 6th grade General Math students really enjoy this project.

I have created a booklet that explains the complete Math Treasure Island project. It is complete with all the information teachers need to create their own math adventure. Students will practice using a compass, straight-edge, and protractor; measuring in inches and metric; using proportional scale; and finding places on the map using the coordinate plane.

Teachers: CLICK HERE to see my new booklet covering the Math Treasure Island project. Scroll down for information about the "Quest for the Golden Calculator" game.


The Math Adventure Game
"Quest for the Golden Calculator"

“The Quest for the Golden Calculator” is an interactive game that’s designed to make math class fun. The fictional story and cast of characters provide the teacher with a host of opportunities to help students become successful in math, develop good work habits, set goals, maintain a positive attitude, persevere through difficulties, and avoid typical problem areas such as: being disorganized and wasting time. It teaches students the value in avoiding bad influences, distractions, boredom, taking shortcuts, and making excuses.

This unique adventure story/game features a large classroom map where students keep track of their progress. The game enables the teacher to incorporate motivational material into virtually any math curriculum. The fictional story includes 25 episodes which help students understand how to avoid such hazards as the Lazy Old Goof-off Snake, Distraction Lake, Bad Influence Quick Sand, Getting Bored Swamp, and the Negative Attitude Shark.


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Great math tricks and short-cuts

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