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A+ Click Math & Logic Problems

11 Feb

A+ Click Math & Logic Problems

A+ Click Math & Logic Problems

If you are in need of some technology and an interactive, customizable component to your math lessons, you might be interested in A+ Click’s Math and Logic Problems.

A+ Click’s problems run the gamut of difficulty and complexity from the 1st to the 12th grades and cover a myriad of other subjects from Arithmetic and Geometry through Everyday Applications, Sports, Logic, and Funny problems.

There are two ways that you could possibly use A+ Click:

  • It could be used as a quick gauge of student’s skills as each grade level allows the student to take 20 questions in their “quiz” and then, if they score high enough, they can advance to the next level – almost as though leveling up in their favorite video game.  They’ll love seeing how far they can get, and you will like seeing the statistics provided by A+ Click that assess the skill areas they are having difficulty in.
  • Alternately, you can pick and choose individual questions from any of the grade levels or subjects on A+ Click.  Use these as pre-made warm up activities or exit tickets.  Instant feedback is provided and the site lends itself to both projectors & white boards or to your chalkboard.

As with any interactive site, A+ Click Math and Logic Problems relies heavily on browser plug-ins – in this case Adobe Flash.  Make sure you test the site on the machine you want to use in school first to check compatibility.

 
2 Comments

Posted by on February 11, 2013 in Tips & Tricks, Websites

 

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2 responses to “A+ Click Math & Logic Problems

  1. aplusclick

    February 12, 2013 at 1:16 pm

    A+Click site does not use any plugging, no Flash. It’s pure HTML pages that work on all devices and browsers. Enjoy!

     
    • NJBiblio

      February 12, 2013 at 1:23 pm

      Thanks for the clarification! I got a message in Firefox about needing Flash. It must have been from something else I had open.

       

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