### Internet 4 Teachers

Scroll down to the number two section entitled "Counting Money." There are several interactive websites to choose from based on which skills you're teaching.

### Brainpop

Log into BrainPop for a quick polygon introduction. The 10 question quiz can be printed to be completed while viewing or as a summative assessment.

### Math Frog

Construct a bar graph, and answer questions about the graph's scale. Don't forget to print the follow up activities!

### AAA Math

Name polygons based on number of sides and angles. This SLE is not addressed in Saxon.

### That Quiz

Select names to match polygon pictures. Students should set the program to include pentagons, hexagons, and octagons. This SLE is not covered by Sason.

### Learning Planet

Set the counting number to one to practice counting forward from any number.

### Crickweb

Number Pairs is a great site for allowing students to connect two numbers that equal a hundred to fix a water slide. If they do well on the 100, they will be challenged with numbers that combine to a thousand.

### AAA Math

Name polygons based on number of sides and angles. This SLE is not addressed in Saxon.

This site is great for introduction of vocabulary at the beginning of a lesson.