 # Features

When you're ready to get down to the serious business of teaching math, you'll want some serious technology to help.

### One-on-One Instruction

Use the lesson apps for homework, parent involvement, home instruction, quizzes, or independent practice. Or a combination that we did not think of.

### Whole-Class Instruction

Use the lesson apps to present to the class and have students work independently or in partners on their own desktop devices. No sign-in required. Just download and go. You're the teacher.

### Instructor Notes

Each lesson app comes with a downloadable PDF set of instructor notes which provides the expected answer for each question, tips for stimulating discussion, activity summaries, and math notes.

### Video Instruction

Videos are embedded in each app and used to demonstrate the mathematical concepts presented in the modules. The videos are built to stimulate discussion and highlight the conceptual structure of a topic.

### Drawing Canvas

Turn on the drawing canvas to write all over the app. Highlight important information, write conjectures, and record notes, directly on top of even videos. The drawing canvas goes great with partner work in class.

### Interactive Instruction

Some lesson apps feature interactive items, such as models and puzzles. Engage students with "minds-on" exploration of key math concepts. Use these tools again and again for spaced practice to build expertise.

# Interactive ## Featured Interactive:Irrational Numbers

Mathematics is not static. It makes things move. Our interactive tools embedded in key lesson apps help students learn by making math move.

In the Irrational Numbers lesson app, an interactive tool allows students to explore the approximate locations of rational and irrational numbers (square roots) on a number line.

# Store

Here are all of the lesson apps. Click on an image to go to the Chrome Web Store site for the lesson app. Take a look at the middle school selection and click on More to see details about each app, watch the videos, and even play with some of the interactives.

ratio names
Identifying and writing ratios in different forms.
6-RP.A.1
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ratio tables
Making and using tables of equivalent ratios.
6-RP.A.2, 3a
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comparing ratios
Using tables and contexts to compare ratios.
6-RP.A.3a, NS.B.3
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plot ratios
Plotting ratios on a coordinate plane.
6-RP.A.3a
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percent of
Finding the percent of a whole number.
6-RP.A.3c
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measure conversions
Converting with different measures.
6-RP.A.3d, G.A.1
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fraction division
Learning to divide fractions by fractions.
6-NS.A.1, G.A.2, SP.B.5c
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long division
Working with the long division algorithm.
6-NS.B.2, G.A.3
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gcf and lcm
Working with GCF and LCM.
6-NS.B.4
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negative numbers
Introduction to negative numbers.
6-NS.C.5
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6-NS.C.6a–c, 6-EE.A.3
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absolute value
Comparing and ordering rational numbers.
6-NS.C.7
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expressions
Numeric expressions and positive exponents.
6-EE.A.1
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algebraic expressions
Building and evaluating algebraic expressions.
6-EE.A.2
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equations
Setting up and solving equations and inequalities.
6-EE.B.5–8
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+ and – negatives
7-NS.A.1
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intro to proportions
Identifying proportions and proportional relationships.
7-RP.A.2, 7-G.B.5
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proportion equations
Applying the proportion equation y = kx.
7-RP.A.2b, c, 7-RP.A.3
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linear equations
Building px + q = r equations from situations.
7-EE.B.4a, 7-G.B.4
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linear inequalities
Modeling inequalities on number lines.
7-EE.B.4b, 7-SP.C.6
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scale drawings
Reading and converting with scale drawings.
7-G.A.1, 7-RP.A.1
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combine like terms
Operating with algebraic expressions.
7-EE.A.1, 7-NS.2d
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× and ÷ negatives
Multiplying and dividing with negative numbers.
7-NS.2c
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intro to functions
From linear equations to functions.
8-F.A.3
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powers and exponents
Powers and positive and negative exponents.
8-EE.A.1
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solving systems
Solutions to systems using different methods.
8-EE.C.8
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pythagorean theorem
The Pythagorean Theorem and its converse.
8-G.B.6–7
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|| lines and transversal
Special angles and similarity.
8-G.A.5
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irrational numbers
Calculating and estimating with square roots.
8-NS.A.1, 2
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scientific notation
Numbers in scientific notation.
8-EE.A.3
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the distance formula
Using the Distance Formula.
8-G.B.8
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### Get Serious

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