TABLE OF CONTENTS

- 'Build an Animal' Experiment
- Interactive Cell Structure
- Fish Mummy Overview
- Global Warming: The Effect of Rising Sea Levels on Cities
- Curriculum Corporation Animations of the Principles of Physical Science
- Gravitation/astronomy lessons
- Plate Tectonics Documentary Project
- Hands-on Electricity and Magnetism
- Earth Systems Science Curriculum
- Analyzing Energy Lesson Plan
- Our Changing Earth:Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tsunamis
- Digestion and the Food Chain
- math assessment k-12
- Math and Science Interactive Games
- Interactive Math Websites for students
- CK-12 Middle School Math
- Arithmetic and Algebra
- Online Fraction Modules
- Pre-Algebra
- Math
- Real World Math: Using Google Earth in the Math Curriculum
- Heymath!
- Ecosystems

- Fractions on a Number Line
- Story graphs
- Order of operations (PEMDAS)
- Customary units of capacity
- Numbers Game: Rescue the Princess
- Bar graphs (Bar chart)
- Numbers Game: Rescue the princess
- Volume of a Cone
- Plotting points using positive coordinates (first quadrant)
- Using exponents (Real-life contexts)
- Constructing parallel lines
- Volume of a cone
- Game - Reach for the gold (Ratios, rate, proportion, percents, fractions and decimals)
- Constructing Parallel Lines
- Pythagorean (Pythagoras) theorem - Proof
- Introduction to linear inequalities
- Linear equations in real-world
- Introduction to slope
- Area of a trapezoid (trapezium)
- Explaining Patterns
- Relations
- Explaining patterns
- Surface area of a sphere

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Students will be able to represent fractions on a number line and check their understanding through an interactive activity.

Graphs tell stories and stories can be represented using graphs. Every event involves some 'factor' getting changed -be it the rise in the water level while a swimming pool is getting filled or change in speed when on a sailing trip. Write your own stories based on the given story-graphs.

Upon performing this lesson, the student will learn how to evaluate numeric problems using the PEMDAS (Order of operations) rule.

Performing this lesson, the student will learn how to convert measure of capacity interchangeably between gallons, pints, quarts, cups and fluid ounces.

“Rescue the princess” game allows students to move up 4 levels if they are successful in finding equivalent fractions in the preceding levels.

In this lesson, students will learn how to represent data using bar graphs (bar charts).

“Rescue the princess” game allows students to move up 4 levels if they are successful in finding equivalent fractions in the preceding levels

In this lesson, students will apply volume of a cone formula to solve real-life application problems.

Students will learn how to identify the x-axis, y-axis, x-coordinate, y-coordinate, origin and plot points using the positive coordinates.

Students will be able to apply properties of exponents to solve problems on real-life contexts.

Learn how to construct parallel lines

Apply volume of a cone formula to solve real-life application problems

Students can play this game to check their skills on rate, average rate, ratios, percents, proportions, fractions and decimals.

In this lesson, the students will learn how to construct parallel lines.

Upon completion of this lesson, the student should be able to demonstrate an understanding of how to prove the Pythagoras theorem (Pythagorean) in several different ways.

Where do inequalities arise in real world? What do the mathematical symbols >, =, and

Students will write linear models to depict the population growth in California; they will write an equation that models Hooke's law and find an equation that helps calculate the shipping charged by a company.

How is the steepness of an inclined plane quantified? This lesson defines the slope of a straight line mathematically and explains the intuitive meaning of slope.

In this lesson, the student will be able to apply the area of trapezoid formula to solve problems in real-life contexts.

In this lesson, students will demonstrate an understanding of patterns and will be able to identify the next pattern for a given sequence.

This lesson defines relations using examples. The lesson also shows different ways of expressing relations such as mapping diagrams, tables, graphs, equations and ordered pairs.

Students will demonstrate an understanding of patterns and will be able to identify the next pattern for a given sequence

Upon completion of this lesson, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the derivation of total surface area of sphere and curved surface area of cylinder, and apply these formulas to solve problems.