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This website contains several activities. Mixing in Math Moments are activities that take 5-10 minutes that keep learners occupied, learning about the world, and using math on their own.
In this fun math activity (page 5 of the pdf), learners will help a secret agent crack a case by solving math problems.
This is a game that is sure to sharpen players' basic math skills. Players must use four randomly selected numbers to create an equation that equals a fifth number.
In this great hands-on activity, learners use patterns to make a teepee from newspaper that they sit inside.
In this activity, learners construct three math puzzles out of simple materials like wood, string, and Styrofoam.
In this fun hands-on activity, learners whip up a batch of cyber-dough (play dough) using math for measurements.
In this Cyberchase activity, learners use math to explore how parts of the body are proportional.
In this fun math activity (page 1 of the pdf), learners exercise the creative part of their brain by trying to describe a number without mentioning the actual number (for instance, the number 12 could
In this activity, learners make a device called a phenakistoscope, which displays a continuously looping animation consisting of images drawn onto a spinning disc.
This is a lesson plan for an activity in which learners, playing the role of archeologists, use math concepts about number bases to decipher the Dresden Codex, an ancient Mayan document.
In this art/science/math activity, young learners are introduced to the concept of symmetry in nature.
In this activity, young learners and their caregivers use non-standard tools, like M&Ms and paper clips, to measure things around their home.
This assortment of mathematical games can be played while traveling.
In this activity, learners create a mind and math puzzle that requires a three-dimensional solution.
These math posters have questions written on them, such as: How many colors can you name in a minute? or How many seconds can you balance on one foot?
In this fun hands-on activity, learners use simple materials to investigate evaporation. How can the evaporation of water on a hot day be used to cool an object? Find out the experimental way!
In this math puzzle game, learners work together to use algebraic reasoning and fun clues for solving word puzzles.
These math posters have questions written on them, such as: How fast can a cheetah run? or How long can a giant tortoise live? Post these around the room or leave them out for children to explore.
In this math-based activity, learners will experiment to find how height and angle affect spatter and then use this knowledge to solve a crime.
Los Momentos de Mixing in Math son actividades de 5 a 10 minutos que mantienen a los chicos ocupados, aprendiendo sobre el mundo, y usando matemáticas por su cuenta.