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Why Do We Measure (2011)

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This video illustrates the many everyday ways we measure things, and the importance of measurement in science. Concepts and terminology: length, liquid, mass, scale, temperature, and time.

Primary
Length:
0:12

Weighing Things (2011)

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This program explores the interesting and fun process of weighing common objects. Concepts and terminology: matter, mass, weight, scale, and metric system.

Primary
Length:
0:12

How to Measure Length (2011)

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Students will learn how to measure length and distance using common tools in this engaging, colorful program. Concepts and terminology: metric ruler, meter, centimeter, and kilometer.

Primary
Length:
0:10

How to Measure Volume (2011)

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This useful video program helps students understand the concept of volume and the exciting ways that it can be measured. Concepts and terminology: liquid, solid, liter, milliliter, cubic centimeter, beaker, and graduated cylinder.

Primary
Length:
0:10

Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed

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As soon as they say goodnight to Mama, five little monkeys start to jump on their bed. But trouble lies ahead, as one by one, they fall off and bump their heads.

Primary
Length:
0:18

Chicka Chicka 123

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One hundred and one numbers race each other up the apple tree. As the numerals pile up, bad bumblebees come buzzing. Which number will save the day?

Primary
Length:
0:06

Gopher It!

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Who wants to win the Gopher Trophy prize? The player who does must be risky yet wise. Collect the Gopher snacks in ones, twos, and threes... and stop gathering food whenever you please. Get exactly six and not any more, to be the player with the highest score!

Primary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

Froggy Boogie

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It's naptime at the pond, but the baby frogs still want to play. Baby frogs try to be the first to hop around the pond without being seen by the adult frogs. Players guess or remember which adult frog popping eyes will freeze the baby frogs in their race.

Primary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

Monza

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A car racing game which encourages tactical thinking for two to six clever players. Six racing cars are standing on the starting grid, prepared for the big race. But only the players who get the right colors with the dice and make clever combinations will be able to move rapidly ahead.

Primary
Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

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Come on, let's go to school!

Primary
Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Special Education
Play Time:
10 min.

Marrakesh

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Four traders and their caravans are on the way to the market of Marrakesh. The journey is arduous and full of danger as sandstorms and drifting dunes hinder them from advancing rapidly.
But everyone knows - the market of Marrakesh is good for trading...

Primary
Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Special Education
Play Time:
20 min.

The Number Dwarves (Zahlenzwerge)

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The spritely imp, Hotchpotch, has buried precious treasures in the Land of Numbers. The number dwarves immediately set off to search for the mysterious treasure. By counting, they approach their target and sometimes the fairy Forget-Me-Not helps them.

Primary
Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
20 min.

Gary Gouda

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Shoo, get away! Was that really Gary Gouda, the mouse, cheese-hunting again? The greedy mouse just can't stop! Not one piece of cheese is safe, and he risks becoming stuck in the mouse holes with his big belly.

Primary
Elementary
Middle
Content Area:
Math
Special Education
Play Time:
30 min.

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Using concrete objects ranging from pies to penguins, students will learn about the concept of joining groups together to form a new group. Discusses addends, sums, plus and equals signs - and addition tips such as counting on, adding with zero and doubles, making ten and ordering addends. Students will learn how to add single and double numbers.

Primary
Elementary
Length:
00:23

Gathering & Graphing Data (2004)

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Make sense of math! Using number sense, algorithms and hands-on manipulative, kids tackle math problems found in real-life situation. Whether splitting a pizza evenly, estimating the cost of a new toy or graphing the results of a science project, math is encountered in many forms.