Virtual
Manipulatives (Flash Applets) 
This
is a series of Flash Applets created in SWiSHmax.
Flash player required for viewiing. This document provides a summary of the common design elements and features of the applet. 


1Step
Addition / Subtraction Equation Balance
 The first in a series of equation balance applets
used to model solving equations (more complex equations
will be added soon).



Bus
Grapher Game  A game in which you
control a bus by drawing the distance vs. time graph
to define its movement.



Exploring
Similar Figures  Learn about similar
figures and scale factors with a variety of interactive
shapes. Link
to study guide. 



Modeling
Distance, Rate, and Time Problems 
An applet for modeling the distance, rate, and time
of two cars traveling in the same direction or different
directions. Link
to study guide. 



Interactive
Box and Whiskers Plot  An interactive
box and whiskers plot for analysing data and comparing
values of mean and median. Link
to study guide. 



Interactive
Numberline  An interactive numberline
for practicing addition and subtraction of integers.
Link
to study guide. 



SlopeIntercept
Graphing Tool  An applet for graphing
linear equations in slope intercept form. Includes
dynamic graph, table and equation. 



Points
and the Coordinate Plane  A selfcontained
review applet providing instruction, followed by
unlimited practice on points and the coordinate
plane. Link
to study guide. 



Graphing
Linear Equations:
Method
1  Method
2  Method
3  A series of applets containing
instruction and then practice with graphing linear
equation by finding 3 points on the line, finding
the intercepts, and using the slope and intercept.
Link to online lesson
using these applets. 



Graphing
Linear Equations Practice  A single
applet with the practice section from each of the
methods mentioned above. 



Graphing
Linear Equations Examples  A single
applet with the "guided examples" section
from each of the methods mentioned above. 



Finding
Slope Examples  An animation applet
containing 6 examples of finding the slope of a
line. Not really a virtual manipulative. 

