### Geoguessr Simulation: Scratch

Emphasis: Geometry and Measurement Creator: Will Abbott        Twitter: @MrAbbottMath Have you ever played the game Geoguessr? Google Earth drops you in a random location on Earth and your goal is to guess where you are. The program then tells you how close/far you are from the destination. Geoguessr simulates this by using…

### The Coordinate Plane: Scratch

Emphasis: Measurement and Geometry Creator: Erik Nauman        Twitter: @openblackboard Aim to correctly guess the location of the green square using coordinates. The closer you are the more points you earn. View Lesson Here

### Subtracting Integers Race Game: Scratch

Emphasis: Number and Operation Creator: Ashley Tewes        Twitter: @ashleyanntewes Race to the finish line against the computer. The only way to advance is by correctly answering subtraction questions. View Lesson Here

### Playful Polygons: Scratch

Emphasis: Geometry and Measurement Creator: Dan Anderson        Twitter: @dandersod Students will draw, using the pen tool, different polygons. They will start with a square, then a triangle, then some challenge shapes. The designs will be based on the angles of the shapes. View Lesson Here

### Recipe Proportion Calculator: Scratch

Emphasis: Number and Operation Creator: Ashley Tewes       Twitter: @ashleyanntewes Choose a recipe you love! Then choose how many guests you are cooking for. The program will calculate the amount of each ingredient you need based on the number of guests. View Lesson Here

### Coin Flip: Scratch

Emphasis: Data and Probability Creator: Ashley Tewes        Twitter: @ashleyanntewes Simulate a simple coin flip in Scratch by totaling the number of heads and tails flipped. Next, calculate the experimental probability of flipping either heads or tails after each flip. View Lesson Here

### Dueling Discounts: Scratch

Emphasis: Number and Operation Creator: Mike Larson      Twitter: @boundsofoutmath Students will practice comparing discounted items by calculating percent off of an item and a dollar amount off of the same item. View Lesson Here

### Programming any Formula: Scratch

Emphasis: Algebra Creator: Mike Larson        Twitter: @boundsofoutmath Learn to create variables in Scratch using the data tab. Creating formulas using programming can allow for quick computation of repetitive tasks. View Lesson Here

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