This guide contains interactive activities and videos that can used with the Math curriculum from Grades 7-9.

- This adjustable spinner tool allows you to change the number of sectors and increase or decrease their size to create any type of spinner. Students can then conduct probability experiments by spinning the spinner many times.
- This activity uses a map of Canada to explore how information can be represented. The region with the highest data value is darkest; other regions are shaded proportionally. Students can investigate any of the data provided or enter data of their own.
- This dice activity can be used on tablets, computers and IWBs. Choose 1, 2, or 3 six-sided dice and click to roll them.
- This dynamic paper tool allows you to create a variety of shapes, number lines or pattern blocks.
- Students can try this activity to enter a set of data, plot the data on a coordinate grid, and determine the equation for a line of best fit.
- This math tool gives students the chance to investigate the mean and median for a set of data that they create themselves. The data set may contain up to 15 integers, each with a value from 0 to 100.
- Resources and lesson plans from Blackgold school district that are focused on spreadsheets and graphs. If you click the links, there is a sign-in prompt -- but you can bypass the sign-in by clicking the image instead and will be able to access all the Google slides associated with that image
- Resources and lesson plans from Blackgold school district that are focused on spreadsheets and graphs. If you click the links, there is a sign-in prompt -- but you can bypass the sign-in by clicking the image instead and will be able to access all the Google slides associated with that image
- When you flip a coin to make a decision, there's an equal chance of getting heads and tails. This video explores the more complicated math of repeated coin flips.
- Imagine a game played with two players and two dice: if the biggest number rolled is one, two, three, or four, player 1 wins. If the biggest number rolled is five or six, player 2 wins. Who has the best probability of winning the game? Leonardo Barichello explains how probability holds the answer to this seemingly counterintuitive puzzle.

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