## Mental Math Lesson Plan: Gate Game

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In this lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 5-8, students will use a free math game to construct increasingly large numbers. They will practice skills in mental math, place value, operations (i...

## Jelly Bean: A Fun Online Game for Number Sense

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Our fantastic partners at PlayPower Labs have released a wonderful math game to help students with counting, number sense, and math facts, and you can now find Jelly Bean live on BrainPOP's GameUp and...

## Multiply the Impact: Martin Esterman’s Newest Math Game

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Originally Recorded March 2014 We recently welcomed Martin Esterman, 2012 National STEM Video Game Challenge winner, for a discussion and to take a look at his newest math game, Multiplication Bloc...

## Project T.R.I.G. Math Game

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Visit the lesson ideas page to find more resources for the Project T.R.I.G., a free online math game....

## Monster School Bus: Additional My BrainPOP Features

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Have your students signed up for individual logins through My BrainPOP? If so, they’ll be able to take snapshots during Monster School Bus game play! MyBrainPOP is available to BrainPOP Educators w...

## Ratio Rumble Math Game

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Visit the lesson ideas page to find resources for Ratio Rumble, a free online math game....

## Ratios Lesson Plan: Ratio Rumble Game

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In this ratios lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades 3-8, students explore ratios and proportions using an online math game called Ratio Rumble. Students will identify ratios when used in a varie...

## Monster School Bus Game Tips and Tricks

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Unlocking All Levels On the level select screen, you can press the Shift and C keys simultaneously to unlock all the levels in the game. You want students to use this feature in order to jump ahead a...

## Flower Power: Math Game Essential Questions

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How are common and decimal fractions alike and different? How are models best used to see how fractional parts can be combined or separated? How can I use concrete materials and drawi...