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In this activity learners create patterns of hair beads.
In this math puzzle game, learners work together to use algebraic reasoning and fun clues for solving word puzzles.
In this activity, learners will predict the size of a giant scale model of a comb or other rectangular object, then make one. If you tripled the size of a dollar bill, could you sit on it?
In this math game (Page 14 of the Are You Game? PDF), learners determine the probability of getting an even versus an odd product using the numbers on a regular deck of cards.
In this version of a Sumo wrestling bout, players use mathematical skills to move their opponent's counter beyond the track and "out of the ring." Learners reveal playing cards and the player with the
On the first night, I saw 5 stars in the desert. On the second night, I saw 10… What do you think I saw on the third night? Combine arts and crafts, literacy, and math by making a counting book.
Choose a recipe to double (or triple, quadruple, or halve). Show everyone the recipe and engage them in figuring out: How much will we need to increase the recipe to feed everyone?
In this online activity, learners will brush up on their multiplication, division, and factoring skills with this exciting game.
In this activity, learners will divide into teams or groups of equal size. “How many teams of three can we make?” “We need an equal number of children at each of the four computers.
In this activity, learners use multiplication skills to get groups of aliens safely back to their planet.
This assortment of mathematical games can be played while traveling.
In this game, learners strategize to win the most cards by building number equations. Learners practice operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) to construct their equations.