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Jul 22

Feed the Pig: Financial Literacy for Tweens

Bring Math Skills to Life and Help Your Students Learn How to Make Money-Smart Decisions! Feed the Pig for Tweens is a fun, hands-on financial literacy program for 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade classes. The math-based curriculum introduces 9 to 11-year-old … Read More



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Dec 04

Stop Disasters Game

Stop Disasters is a free-to-play online simulation game designed to teach players about natural disasters and how we can protect against them. It’s very easy to get started playing and has you prepare for five common natural disasters: tsunami, hurricane, earthquake, … Read More



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Oct 15

Coloring Pages That Combine Pixel Art & Math

Cameron Krantzman is a former teacher who developed Coloring Squared. “It is a series of coloring pages that combine math instruction in a great visual style pixel art,” he says. Every square has a math problem and the answer corresponds … Read More



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Mar 21

Explore Science – One Game at a Time

This week we’ve been focusing on a series of educational games for middle school and high school students that were developed by Rice University’s Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning with two primary goals in mind: 1. Increase students’ … Read More



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