## Interactive Whiteboard Activities

StudyJams! Interactive Math and Science Activities

This easy-to-use teaching tool will help you introduce and reinforce more than 200 important topics in math and science through fun interactive activities

- Grades: 3–5, 6–8

Through real world examples presented in a multimedia format that kids enjoy, StudyJams! helps students understand the underlying concepts of math and science so they are better able to solve individual problems.

StudyJams! are:

**Targeted and grade-appropriate**

StudyJams! is a great tool to complement your existing lesson plans and teach students using material that’s grade-appropriate. Developed specifically for students in grades 3–6, the content covers more than 200 math and science for those grades.

**In multiple teaching formats for varied learning styles**

StudyJams! offers multiple learning methods to match the different learning styles of your students. It includes videos, music and songs, step-by-step math instruction, or slideshows. Plus quizzes on every topic reinforce comprehension.

**Fun and engaging**

Research shows that students who are engaged in their learning are more likely to grasp and retain difficult concepts. Because StudyJams! uses interactive multimedia kids love, along with examples taken from the real world, your students will stay focused and find relevance in math and science.

### StudyJams! Topics at a Glance

#### Math: What Is Covered in Each Topic

#### Addition and Subtraction

- Estimating Sums and Differences of Whole Numbers
- Properties of Addition
- Relating Addition and Subtraction
- Addition and Subtraction Without Regrouping
- Addition With Regrouping
- Subtraction With Regrouping

### Algebra

- Number Patterns
- Geometric Patterns
- Addition and Subtraction Equations
- Determine the Missing Operation in an Equation
- Creating Equations From Word Problems
- Order of Operations
- Function Tables
- Ordered Pairs
- Ratio
- Rate
- Proportions
- Multiplication and Division Equations

#### Data Analysis

- Line Plots
- Mean/Average
- Median
- Mode
- Range
- Pictograph
- Bar Graphs
- Stem-and-Leaf Plots
- Circle Graphs
- Histograms
- Double-Line Graphs
- Choosing the Correct Graph

#### Decimals and Percents

- Comparing Money Amounts
- Making Change
- Place Value of Decimals
- Rounding Decimals
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Placing Decimals on a Number Line
- Multiplication of Decimals
- Division of Decimals
- Percents
- Decimal, Fraction, and Percent Equivalents

#### Fractions

- Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Comparing Fractions and Mixed Numbers
- Ordering Fractions and Decimals
- Simplest Form
- Add and Subtract With Common Denominators
- Add and Subtract With Unlike Denominators
- Finding a Fraction of a Set
- Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers
- Decimal and Fraction Equivalents
- Least Common Multiple
- Greatest Common Factor

#### Geometry

- Types of Lines
- Constructing Angles
- Measuring Angles
- Classifying Angles
- Classifying Triangles
- Classifying Quadrilaterals
- Solid Figures
- Similar Figures
- Lines of Symmetry
- Transformations
- Congruent Figures
- Edges, Faces, Vertices

#### Measurement

- Telling Time
- Converting Units of Time
- Elapsed Time
- Using a Calendar
- Telling the Temperature
- Measuring Length
- Tools of Measurement
- Perimeter
- Area of a Parallelogram
- Area of a Triangle
- Area of Irregular Figures
- Volume
- Customary Units of Length
- Adding and Subtracting Measurements
- Surface Area
- Circumference
- Units of Measurement

#### Multiplication and Division

- Multiplication
- Single-Digit Division
- Double-Digit Division
- Relating Multiplication and Division
- Prime and Composite Numbers
- Distributive Property
- Divisibility Rules
- Multiples
- Prime Factorization

#### Numbers

#### Probability

- Probability as a Fraction
- Finding Probability
- Combinations
- Tree Diagrams
- Identifying Outcomes and Making Predictions

#### Problem Solving

- Identifying Missing or Extra Information
- Creating Equations From Word Problems
- Estimating Whole Numbers
- Determining the Missing Operation in an Equation
- Order of Operations

#### Science: What Is Covered in Each Topic

#### Animals

- Invertebrates
- Vertebrates
- Animal Adaptations
- Arthropods
- Animal Cells
- Animal Life Cycles
- The Kingdoms of Life

#### Ecosystems

- Ecosystems
- Aquatic Ecosystems
- Changes in Ecosystems
- Biomes
- Food Chains
- Food Webs
- Symbiosis
- Population Growth
- The Water Cycle
- The Carbon Cycle
- The Nitrogen Cycle

#### Energy, Light, and Sound

- Fossil Fuels
- Renewable Fuels
- Natural Resources
- Electricity
- Current Electricity and Electric Circuits
- Magnetism
- Heat
- Sound
- Light
- Light Absorption, Reflection, and Refraction

#### Force and Motion

- Force and Motion
- Simple Machines
- Newton's First Law: Inertia
- Newton's Second Law: Acceleration
- Newton's Third Law: Action and Reaction
- Gravity and Inertia

#### The Human Body

- The Human Body
- The Skeletal System
- The Circulatory System
- The Respiratory System
- The Nervous System
- The Muscular System
- The Immune System
- The Digestive System
- The Senses: Seeing
- The Senses: Smelling
- The Senses: Touching
- The Senses: Hearing
- The Senses: Tasting
- Heredity

#### Matter

- Properties of Matter
- Solids, Liquids, and Gases
- Atoms: Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons
- Physical and Chemical Changes of Matter
- Mixtures
- Acids and Bases
- Elements and Compounds
- Periodic Table
- Energy and Matter

### Plants

- Roots and Stems
- Photosynthesis
- Gymnosperms: Seeds in Cones
- Flowers
- Mosses and Ferns
- The Kingdoms of Life
- Plant Cells
- Plants With Seeds
- Angiosperms: Seeds in Fruit
- Plants Without Seeds
- Plant Adaptations

#### Rocks, Minerals, and Landforms

- Landforms
- Earthquakes
- Volcanoes
- Weathering and Erosion
- Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, and Atmosphere
- Minerals
- Igneous Rocks
- Sedimentary Rocks
- Metamorphic Rocks
- The Rock Cycle
- Soil
- Fossils

#### Scientific Inquiry

- Scientific Theory and Evidence
- Scientific Methods
- Identifying Outcomes and Making Predictions
- Investigations to Collect Data

#### Solar System

- Our Solar System: Inner Planets
- Our Solar System: Outer Planets
- Gravity and Inertia
- A Day on Earth
- The Moon
- The Universe

#### Weather and Climate

- Subjects:Math, Science, Teaching with Technology