There's nothing like math to lend itself to a hands-on lesson. Math skills can be developed through all kinds of activities – while playing with blocks, drawing shapes, or building a playhouse through trial and error. Use these activities as-is, or as jumping off points for your own lessons. Each activity makes use of everyday materials, so students can practice the same skills at home as in the classroom.
Use skills such as sorting & classifying and deductive reasoning to help Odd Squad agents Olive and Otto make sense of odd happenings and restore order. Each activity takes about 60 minutes.
Join Peg, Cat and their barnyard friends, and get practice counting to 10 and by 10s to 100. This educator unit has two activities, related video clips, and online games to extend learning at home.
Peg the Bold and Brave Sir Cat investigate 2D and 3D shapes in the Magic Forest. This unit includes class activities, related video clips, online games, and activities to extend the learning at home.
Peg and Cat help a band of pirates share treasure fairly, using simple division and fractions. This unit has two class activities, videos, online games, and activities to extend the learning at home.
Peg and Cat group, count, and estimate in a special collection of activities for the 100th Day of School. This unit has two class activities, videos, online games, and activities for learning at home.
Students use recycled materials, standard and non-standard measurement to build a house with a Goldilocks theme.
Students count the number of letters in their name, then create towers with unifix cubes and compare with classmates.
Students explore location words with a classroom obstacle course.
Students explore shapes in their environment with a walk through the school and a tally sheet to collect data.
Students sort and grab their own shoes using a chart made from a shower curtain.