Secondary (9-12)

270 to win

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This website provides an interactive map to learn about the impact of the electoral college in elections. Students can predict elections and go back and look at electoral votes from the past. It’s a great tool for teaching about the electoral college and allows the students to engage in the process.


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This website provides help for high school teachers working with common core mathematics. It gives common core assessment examples. It provides 21 different links to apps that can be used in high school math classes. It also provides common core overviews and proficiencies in math.

Math Pickle

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Math Pickle is a website that provides a lot of resources for teaching math using games and hands-on activities! it is organized by grade, topic, and gave the educational goals for each puzzle/game. It would be great to use these as math starters or brain teasers to focus and wake up students brains!  

Draw and Tell

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This website allows students to draw something and have it come to life and actually be educational. This would be great to foster creativity and actually have an assignment that students love to both do and share/watch everyone else’s.

Online- Stopwatch

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Online stopwatch is important for a tool in your classroom. Timers allow students to be self motivated to accomplish their tasks in a timely manner. There are many different timer styles to choose from, and there is a full screen option!

Everyday Mysteries

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Everyday Mysteries allows students to explore different phenomenons they may wonder about. As an example, the students may ask why they do not fall out of a Rollercoaster seat. The student is then able to read an article that explains why they do not fall out! They have tons of different explanations of why things happen within the world around us.


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“Storybird lets anyone make visual stories in seconds.”  Students can integrate artwork from various illustrators and animators around the world to inspire and guide their writing.

Storyline Online

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Storyline Online is a nonprofit program that streams videos of celebrities reading aloud stories. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for English-language learners.

The Actuarial Foundation

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The Actuarial Foundation’s site has many resources for grades 4-12.  There are resources for teaching almost any topic but mostly geared for math, finance, there are also resources for your own personal finance as well as for teaching students how to manage their money.


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