Students will roll a dice and use the legend at the top of the game-board to see which shape they roll. Students will then use a counter or marker to cover up the shape they rolled. This game is best set up as a math rotation/center. This game can be played individually or in partners.
Two users play a game in which each player tries to connect four game pieces in a row (like game Connect Four).
The players answer math questions to connect the pieces.
Teacher chooses how much time each player has to answer, the level of difficulty, and the type of math problem.
Askî’s Pond is an iPad math game for Grade 1 students, featuring the characters from Askî’s world. The game reinforces Saskatchewan curriculum math outcomes and processes and is available in the iTunes app store (free of charge) for all school divisions and First Nations Education Organizations. Search for “Aski’s Pond” or “Aski.”
Askî’s Pond supports math improvement and connects directly to the reading, writing and math and the First Nations, Métis and Inuit engagement outcomes. The game integrates mathematics and First Nations and Métis content, supports math instruction in the classroom and, like Help Me Tell My Story, is a wonderful family engagement tool.
The game can be played in either English or French.
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A series of pamphlets has been developed with the goal of supporting parents and caregivers as they promote positive math thinking in the home. The printable pamphlets, developed in collaboration with sector partners, also provide an overview of what students will be taught in school in each of grades 1-9, based on Saskatchewan curricula.
This resource from England provides math videos, math practice questions, and worksheets with answers.
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Curriki is the best online learning site for Teacher Lessons, activities, videos, and more in all subject areas.
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An online graphing calculator that students can use for free. Includes a teacher-centric activity builder for creating digital math activities.
"This guide is intended to support teachers’ ongoing efforts in building students’ knowledge and skills in mathematics. It focuses attention on the content of expectations in The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1–8: Mathematics, 2005 that deal with fundamental mathematics concepts and skills (specifically, expectations in the Number Sense and Numeration strand and expectations that relate to number properties in the Patterning and Algebra strand). The guide outlines steps to achieving the knowledge and skills described in these expectations and suggests how to make more timely connections that will better support student learning. A strong foundation in the concepts and skills emphasized here will prepare students for success in high school, and ensure that they have a set of essential skills for employment and responsible citizenship in the future."
There are excellent charts included that organize foundational skills by grade grouping. These charts start on page 5.
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Freckle empowers teachers to differentiate instruction across Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science."
"Allows kids to practice math at their own level and pace. Has more than 30,000 math questions, starting with a diagnostic that assigns material at just the right level. Front Row also features lessons, assessments, and reports for teachers. Grades: K–9; cost: Free for teachers; $ for upgrades and other features."
A great collection of math games online for Preschool to Grade 6.
All strands are covered!
Look at the left menu to find access to coding, reading and writing and typing activities too!
Students can play 3 games for free - then they are done. There are also paid options.
The following graphic was developed by a group of PeBL Mentor teachers. This graphic examines the implementation of Outcome Based Math in a Classroom.
"Use these teacher-recommended mathematical gems at random moments in your classroom. Here’s a collection of videos recommended by colleagues across the globe.
Some pieces are short and make for excellent classroom starters. Some are longer for the odd ten- or fifteen- moments of class time. Some are longer still for full class activity."
Try the full EXPLODING DOTS experience! This is a really great deeper learning activity for students.
Linked to G'Day Math - full of courses.
Grade 2 Addition Playlists for Math.
The following is an example of how you can develop playlists for outcome-based math. Activities can be a compilation of resources you already have, or ones you can access through the resource bank.