Students learn how to draw 2D/3D images while using accurate positional and directional language
Students learn perspective taking by identifying the top, side, and front view of 3-D figures.
Students learn how to compare and sort 2D/3D images while using positional and directional language
Students create a mock budget, while learning about inequities present between regions of Canada
Students generate and analyze data to reveal issues of power, racial and gender inequality
Students create a product that can be sold/traded on the “world market.” Soon enough, the market changes!!
Students use square tiles to create various shapes and compare their perimeter lengths
Students use data as evidence to convince a panel of judges that their project will be profitable
Students explore displacement in large volumes of water by experimenting on a smaller scale
Students learn about volume by exploring how objects displace water when submerged
Students use a number line to understand the relationship between fractions and their equivalent decimal forms
An inquiry-based lesson integrating math, science, geography, Indigenous rights, language arts and social justice
Students design and construct a Mandala, while learning about its rich history, to develop numeric pattern skills
In this lesson, students will explore the relationship between the sums of interior angles in different polygons.
In this interactive game, students will use rounding and estimating to get as close to 2100 as possible.
In these series of investigations, students explore and deepen their understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem.
Students will explore rational numbers using the cartesian plane in this interactive barrier game.
Students practice reading letter-number coordinates by playing a battleship game with a partner.
Using dice, students work collaboratively to determine the length, width and area of a rectangle.
Students learn how to use the Soroban to build number sense and learn about place value
Students learn about a way of visually representing the multiplication of multi-digit whole numbers.
Learn how Islamic artists combine imagination and a geometric framework to create patterns seen around the world
Students will examine different historical figures in math and be exposed to historical ways of studying astronomy.
Explore patterning and algebra through the "Fibonacci" sequence - something found again and again in nature and art
Learn about celebrated female mathematician Sophie Germain and her incredible work on elasticity
Students explore the Egyptian Number System through a variety of games including bingo.
Students aim to beat the dealer by getting as close to 21 as possible without going over.
In this collaborative game, students try to keep the cumulative total under 99 until the deck runs out.
In this game, students develop place value comprehension, probability, and social-emotional skills.
Students use three cards to try to get as close to 15 as possible without going over.
Students attempt to minimize the value of their hand in this competitive card game.
Students work as a team to remove all the cards in the pyramid.
Students practice with number magnitude in a simple card game.
Students design their own radially symmetrical prints.
Students use directional vocabulary to compose and decompose structures on a grid using various 2D shapes.
Students use the sum of two dice to create the perimeter and area of shapes on a grid.
Students are challenged to create, transform, and compare improper and mixed fractions.
Students practice comparing values of fractions by considering the fractions’ conceptual properties.
Using Mahjong tiles, students practice their combinational thinking by creating various sets to win the game.
Using factor trees to determine prime factorization of denominators, students practice creating terminating fractions.
Students work with a random assortment of cards, from a standard 52 cards deck, to create whole factions through addition.
Using a probability line, students will make predictions informed by the likelihood of selecting a domino that is greater, equal, or lesser to the one in their hand.
In this collaborative game, students create math equations with various mathematical operations to achieve target outcomes.
Students practice performing reflections and translations, whilst using cardinal directions.
Students use various strategies to make educated estimations of the weight of everyday objects.
Using probability, students must choose between locking in their points or gambling for a higher score.
Students use their knowledge of addition and multiplication facts to create 10s and multiples of 10.
Students multiply two-digit whole numbers by one-digit whole numbers and compete to produce the results needed to fill an entire ladder before their opponent.
Students will practice arranging place value to compose two-digit numbers in this variation of Bingo.
In this competitive game, students use equivalent fractions to lock in as many fractions on the game board as possible without getting bumped off!
In this card game students practice recalling multiples of a number.
A collaborative game encouraging students to recall and demonstrate multiplication facts in order to remove all their game chips before their opponent does it first.
Students practice modelling ones, tens, and hundredths, as they race to fill in a grid.
Students will practice their spatial language as they design and describe their geometric flags to their partner.
Students practice comparing and ordering fractions using knowledge on fractions' conceptual properties.
Get your students in on some fraction action as they strategically create and compare fractions. The player with the most cards is the winner!
Children work their spatial reasoning and multiplication concepts in this strategic board game.
Students must find the products of multiple factors to get four of their chips in a row, on the game board, before their opponent.