### Math Apps

Consider being capable of getting kids doing math and savoring it whilst their self confidence expands everyday. It really is a Perfect 21st Century Math Center.

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that get boys and girls looking forward to doing math! Picture being able to have kids pleading to practice mathematics.

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## A Perfect 21st Century Math Center

These Math Games, for iOS, are designed to match the needs and communicative styles of the**21st century students**. These math apps provide progress reports that make assessment easy for teachers and parents. This makes it easy to monitor student progress and learning.

**My Math Games**are aimed for elementary and middle school level students, and they focus on key concepts of mathematics such as Order of operations, fractions, ordered fractions, and ordered pairs.

It has been scientifically proven that students learn best when they are having fun. Math Games provide that fun through interactive games and activities, which students can complete individually or in small or large groups. The students are engaged and learning, and their progress is easily monitored.

### Math Games & Math Activities (from the Blog)

#### Measuring a Friend {Measurement Activity}

Have a student come to the front of the classroom and as a class, predict the length of his or her arms, legs or ears. Group students into groups of three and explain that each students should help to measure others and should measure himself or herself.
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#### Measurement Olympics {Measurement Activity}

Students will use their measurement skills to determine which student will receive the gold metal. Review with students the best way to measure length, width and height.
Set up stations where students will measure to determine who can jump the farthest, run the fastest (measuring time!), throw the farthest and jump the highest.
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#### Directions for a Drawing Game {Measurement Activity}

Have each student draw a picture using a ruler, drawing only straight, vertical and horizontal lines. On a separate piece of paper, they should mark one endpoint of each line with a dot and a letter.
So, the second paper should have several dots accompanied by letters, but nothing else. Students then need to write out directions for another student to draw the picture using the dots given.
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#### Estimate to the Nearest Inch {Measurement Activity}

Begin by reviewing a ruler projected on a screen, showing students both sides of the ruler and noting that one edge shows inches while the other shows centimeters. Tell them they will be measuring with the inches side of the ruler today. Have students estimate in inches how long a strip of paper you hold up might be.
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#### Discovering Volume {Measurement Activity}

Students will need a large number of 1” cubes (wooden or plastic), a collection of various sizes of boxes (cereal, tea, crackers, etc.), rulers, pencils and paper.
Put students into pairs and give each pair two different sized boxes. Students will use the cubes to measure volume. This is a great way to introduce a unit on volume. Students will follow these directions projected on the overhead screen:
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#### Find the Longest Piece {Measurement Activity}

Use a pencil and ruler to draw several different lines all the way across the length or width of a piece of paper. Make lines diagonally at different angles instead of horizontally or vertically.
Make several copies of the paper with lines drawn in this manner. Using a paper cutter, slice the paper into the given pieces and place pieces from one paper into separate envelopes.
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