Here’s a little brain teaser straight from the files of Dr. Marbles’ hard drive. Can you find 13 ways to display a half?
Here’s a little brain teaser straight from the files of Dr. Marbles’ hard drive. Can you find 13 ways to display a half?
This activity allows you to make three-dimensional shapes! To successfully make these 3D objects, all you need to do is print out the patterns and follow the directions.
This game is like connect four! To earn game pieces you must solve an algebraic equation. You can change the level of difficulty and the type of problem. There are five different types of problems: variable on both sides, distributive property, quadratic, two-step problems, and one-step problems.
In this simulation, you will learn to construct and measure acute and obtuse angles using a protractor.
In this interactive simulation, you will learn to construct and measure reflex angles.
Try your hand at assembling the following animal cell jigsaw puzzle created with an image from CELLS alive! This puzzle is 32 pieces and generally takes a few minutes to solve. Have fun!
Do you know your kilograms from your pounds? Drag the weights on to the empty scales to match the weight of the animal. Click the balance button to check your answer.
To help you learn about the human heart, drag and drop the major "heart parts" below into the proper position in the heart outline diagram. By placing your cursor directly over each part, you can also learn more about its function.
This website has five great astronomy activities! By engaging in these activities, you can learn about the Milky Way Galaxy, the Sun, the Big Dipper, and stars!
Are you learning about astronomy in class? Do you like to tell jokes? Use these astronomy jokes on your teacher to get a laugh!