Math on the Move
Define math terms and refine your math knowledge at A Math's Dictionary for Kids, www.amathsdictionaryforkids
.com. From the abacus to the numeral zero, this site is a complete wonder of math terminology, full of history and awesome visuals. Do you know what a cardinal number is? Find out as you explore the alphabet. This site allows you to view interactive Venn diagrams or quadrilaterals to boost your brainpower. You can also practice your measuring skills with handspans as you click and drag your way through this marvelous math adventure.
Nominate a cool Web site at www.4Kids.org/nominations
Top of the Chart
Create a Graph takes the guesswork out of doing diagrams at http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/
graphing. Do you need a cool chart for your school projects? Or maybe your math homework needs a little magic? It’s easy to make professional-looking graphics to jazz up your report. First, design your chart. Then click on the data tab to enter a title, source and numerical values. Choose from many fonts and bright colors in Labels and then Preview your personal mathematical masterpiece. If everything looks good, print or save your work.
Join the Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain at www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primary
history/anglo_saxons. In the fifth and sixth centuries, tribes from Europe rode across the North Sea and built new kingdoms in England. With Hild as your guide, take a peek into their homes and lifestyles in Anglo-Saxon Life. Hild’s Challenge will make sure you have your Anglo-Saxon facts straight. Act like an Anglo-Saxon yourself by visiting Activities and learning to make your own manuscript, write in runes or solve riddles. A glossary of terms is provided if you need help. Do not leave without joining Hild at the village feast.