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#### Balancing Chemical Equations

Just like the old saying goes, "What goes in must come out." This simulation allows pupils to balance chemical equations. The introduction gives three examples before scholars switch to game mode, pick their level, and continue to...

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#### States of Matter

Water is the only molecule on Earth that can naturally exist in all three states of matter. The interactive simulation shows different molecules changing states of matter with the addition or removal of heat. Learners then see how...

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#### Reactants, Products and Leftovers

Did you know when you mix the reactants sulfur, tungsten, and silver, you get the products SWAg? The simulation begins with making sandwiches, to show pupils reactants and products of something familiar. They then can make water,...

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#### Isotopes and Atomic Mass

Some isotopes are unstable, or radioactive, meaning they will decay over time and turn into another isotope or stable element. In the interactive simulation, participants manipulate elements to create isotopes and gather information....

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#### Molecule Shapes: Basics

In molecules, bonds rotate about the nucleus due to the repulsion of subatomic particles. In a simulation, learners manipulate the bonds of a molecule to meet the atoms' needs. They can then see the specific molecular shapes of five...

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#### Build a Molecule

How many different molecules can you build? In a simulation, learners make molecules from given atoms. There are numerous collections from which to build three to five molecules from given kits of atoms. Scholars can also view their...

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#### Study Jams! Transformations

Flip, spin, and shift with this vocabulary-rich video on transformations. Learners watch different movements and see how to move an object without affecting its size. The video follows with a multiple choice assessment that...

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#### Study Jams! Classify Triangles

Jam on with this multi-faceted activity teaching triangle classification. Start with a learner-paced lesson describing the different qualities of triangles and follow with a fun karaoke session. Also provided are two types of...

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#### Study Jams! Bar Graphs

Mia teaches Sam how to create a bar graph, including forming a title, creating and labeling the axes, choosing a scale, and entering data. After viewing, data analysts can test themselves with seven follow-up questions and review...

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#### Study Jams! Units of Measurement

As Mia and RJ discuss measurement, your class is introduced to the customary and metric systems for measuring mass, capacity, weight, and length. Temperature scales are also introduced. This resource can help set the foundation for later...

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#### Study Jams! Identify Missing or Extra Information

Learn to maneuver through word problems by identifying the specific information needed to solve it. Is there unnecessary information? Is there missing information?

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#### Study Jams! Add & Subtract Measurements

How much leopard print fabric will Zoe need to upholster a sofa for her jam studio? This problem is the example used to teach how to add and subtract measurement-related values.

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#### Study Jams! Convert Units of Time

How many seconds are in a minute? Or rather, how many seconds are in eight minutes? This problem is worked out through a series of animated steps and explained by a friendly young lady's voice. Your time travelers will appreciate this...

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#### Study Jams! Newton's First Law: Inertia

Give your class some inertia with a far out video and multiple-choice questions about Newton's first law of motion. Several examples are given in an animated feature in a style that upper-elementary learners will enjoy.

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#### Study Jams! Multiplication of Decimals

How do you handle a decimal point when it appears in a multiplication problem? The answer is explained with a captivating and interactive slide show.

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#### Study Jams! Place Decimal on a Number Line

Through four steps, three different time values for a 100-meter run are arranged on a number line in order to practice ordering decimal numbers. The price of two sports drinks are also compared. All of this comes in narrated and animated...

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#### Study Jams! Addition & Subtraction of Decimals

So current with preteens is the topic of downloading tunes into their computers! In a relatable lesson, viewers are taught to figure out if Zoe can afford to purchase two songs if she has $3.00 left to her credit. Mia talks them through...

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#### Study Jams! Place Value of Decimals

Here is a clear explanation of decimal place value using batting average as the example. Narrated and animated steps are clicked on so that learners can progress at their own pace. Consider having fifth graders interact with this website...

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#### Study Jams! Making Change

This dreamy resource has little ones computing the change on the purchase of an ice cream cone. Mia describes each step in two methods: subtraction of decimals and counting up from the sale price.

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#### Study Jams! Percents

Sam's mom is a bowling woman and her birthday is around the corner. Can Sam afford the shirt in the store window for her? Mia helps him solve a multi-step percent problem to figure it out!

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#### Study Jams! Least Common Multiple

RJ instructs your sixth graders in two different methods of determining least common multiples. The first is by listing several multiples of each number, and the second is by drawing factor trees. This is an ideal flipped classroom...

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#### Study Jams! Ratio

What is the ratio of wins to total games for Mia's soccer team? RJ teaches viewers how to figure it out with a step-by-step procedure. He shows them three different ways to represent ratios: word form, ratio form, and fraction form.

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#### Study Jams! Order of Operations

Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally! Sort of like an animated slide show, this lesson walks fifth graders through the order of operations. Also included are a sing-along karaoke video, key vocabulary with definitions, and a seven-question...

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#### Study Jams! Ordered Pairs

Using an amusing amusement park, Sam describes how it is a coordinate plane and how to graph an ordered pair. Perfect for beginners, the animation moves on to point out a tip using the first quadrant of an empty coordinate plane.