Counting objects, fewer and more, names of colors, inside and outside, longer and shorter, and more.
Comparing numbers, counting by tens, names of shapes, above and below, classify and sort, and more.
Adding and subtracting, tens and ones, telling time, categories, nouns, verb tense, time order, and more.
Place-value models, contractions, irregular plurals, plants and animals, historical figures, and more.
Multiplying and dividing, bar graphs, pronouns, possessives, weather and climate, geography, and more.
Fractions and decimals, synonyms and antonyms, fossils and rock layers, government, and more.
Multiplying fractions and decimals, idioms, prepositions, photosynthesis, molecules, economics, and more.
Ratios and percentages, variable expressions, volume, personification, Greek and Latin roots, and more.
Proportional relationships, rational numbers, phrases and clauses, allusions, connotations, and more.
Linear functions, the Pythagorean theorem, ellipses and dashes, active and passive voice, and more.
Quadratic equations, scatter plots, exponents, parallel language, figures of speech, semicolons, and more.
Congruent triangles, geometric constructions, colons, word patterns, audience and tone, and more.
Trigonometric functions, logarithms, polynomials, supporting evidence, claims and counterclaims, and more.
Complex numbers, matrices, conic sections, domain-specific vocabulary, writing arguments, and more.
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I am totally excited by what this site has brought about for my students. They leave the computer lab and ask when we are going to go back and work on math again. Some of the students are so excited about the program that they ask if they can work on it during recess time! That is amazing.
Jenna Wilk, 5th and 6th grade teacher
Rogers City, Michigan, U.S.A.