Students will practice arranging place value to compose two-digit numbers in this variation of Bingo.
Students love this offline coding lesson! They get to be the zookeeper feeding animals.
A collection of children's stories with accompanying lesson plans that lead to mathematical thinking and skill development.
Students and their teacher review different components of a graph and build a graph together.
Students use a number card to build a Unifix tower and compare to determine whose tower is taller.
Students are briefly shown a series of designs inside a square and must recreate them from memory.
What is easier to read - a circle graph or a bar graph? Children discover the answer in this lesson.
Students investigate relationships between numbers by comparing the size of cuisenaire rods.
Students engage in a simple probability experiment that requires dice and mental math strategies.
Students are challenged to place dominoes in their corresponding parking spot.
Help children understand exponential growth and doubling with this fun hands-on activity.
Children explore measurement and geometry and spatial sense through a narrative about a garden patio.
Students practice precise graphing skills by using a graphing package to sort and classify objects.
Through a story about magical snakes, children think about numerical patterns.
Students race to completely fill in the outline of a hexagon using different combinations of pattern blocks.
Children use previous sorting lessons to make a graph, realizing there is a clear way to display data.
Students learn to recognize and extend patterns in different contexts, as well as identify features that define a pattern.
Introduce students to one of the essential hallmarks of elementary data management: the Venn Diagram.
Students develop an understanding of numbers by comparing ladybugs inside vs. outside of a house.
By using only one kind of material, students are challenged to think about making patterns in a different way.
Students use Venn Diagrams to sort items by more than one attribute.
Children identify patterns in their name by using a grid and recognizing the repetition that occurs.
Students practice one-to-one correspondence in this fun dice-rolling, bingo-dabbing game!
Students go on a pattern hunt to look for naturally occurring patterns in their environment.
Children are challenged to make multiple patterns with beads of different sizes, shapes, and colours.
Unifix cubes are a great tool to use to explore patterns. In this lesson, children make their own patterns.
Students measure length and area through focused exploration in this guided activity.
Students practice reading and representing numbers through a fun bingo game.
Enhance students spatial sense using grid coordinates, geometric transformations and problem solving.
Students are challenged to deconstruct geometric shapes into smaller shapes!
In this simple game with cards and dice, student practice constructing and deconstructing numbers one to 12.
Every box of Smarties contains a different amount of each colour. Children graph what their box contains.
Students sort and describe different types of materials, such as little animals, beads, and shapes.
Students use cutout shapes to understand the relationship between size, area and relevant measurements.
Students organize, compare, contrast, and communicate how to sort and classify their classmates.
Story problems can be used throughout the year to reinforce number sense in a fun and engaging way!
Allow children to be creative and practice the basics of symmetry through play with classmates.
Students use directional vocabulary to compose and decompose structures on a grid using various 2D shapes.
Students get their minds and hands engaged with numeracy while making Unifix Towers.
Integrate literacy and math by exploring the number of letters in each child's name.
Take your students on a math coding adventure with a game that accompanies a read aloud of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Students practice with number magnitude in a simple card game.
Students are introduced to graphing by observing the colour of their eye and comparing it to their classmates.