Thursday, August 17, 2017

# Homeschool # Review

Play Ball: Action Math Baseball Review

Would you like to have a fun way to support your Math Curriculum that has proven results in improving Math Achievement?  It sounds too good to be true, doesn't it?  Playing Baseball and improving math scores is possible with Action Math Baseball!

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Real-World Simulation
Learn Middle-School Math
Fun and Engaging
24/7 Internet access
No setup fee
Free customer support and training videos
Action Math Baseball follows the standards for 5th, 6th, and 7th grade students.  It aligns with public school state standards and common core.  But, this also aligns with a Scope and Sequence for these grades, no matter what program you're using.  Whatever math you use, Action Math Baseball will be an amazing addition to your math learning plan.
Action Math Baseball game screen

Teacher videos will help you to implement this fun program with your children.  The price is right, too!  If you're using it with 1-15 children, the price is only $10.95  Moms will get a report that shows how each student is doing with the various math concepts.
There are teacher lesson plans to help you see what concepts are being reviewed, so that you can see what you want the children to learn.  Teachers can also enjoy that this program is student-directed.  They'll be able to put their concept knowledge into action.
Here are some of the concepts covered in the Action Math Baseball program: 
  • Computing percentages
  • Comparing Ratios
  • Creating a Ranking System
  • Evaluating formulas
  • Interpreting Data
  • Using probability to make decision
And, did I say it was fun?  How is the Math Used:
"Students will transform a basic Baseball Card into actionable data points that impact decisions in the baseball game, like trading players, setting the batting order, and developing probability tables that predict how batters will hit the ball"  Think....Fantasy Football. 

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You can use Action Math Baseball on Macs, PCs, iPads, Android Tablets and Chromebooks.  It works with Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari with no installations! 

So, bring math to life with your children by encouraging them to play Action Math Baseball.  
@2017, copyright Lisa Ehrman

    Students will transform a basic baseball card into actionable data points that impact decisions in the game like trading players, setting the batting order, and developing probability tables that predict how batters will hit the ball.
  • computing percentages
  • comparing ratios
  • creating a ranking system
  • evaluating formulas
  • interpreting data
  • using probability to make decisions
  • computing percentages
  • comparing ratios
  • creating a ranking system
  • evaluating formulas
  • interpreting data
  • using probability to make decisions
  • computing percentages
  • comparing ratios
  • creating a ranking system
  • evaluating formulas
  • interpreting data
  • using probability to make decisions

2 comments:

  1. This looks like something my niece needs to get for her son. I like toys/games that can be used to teach the kids stuff.

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    1. Yes, especially when they don't even realize they're learning :)

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