Resources and Websites
Nrich suggests some fun and challenging activities to develop number fluency.
How do we represent math visually? This blog features short animations and representations to help students gain conceptual understanding of the big ideas in math
Rich, engaging number sense tasks with promote flexibility, accuracy and efficiency by Jo Boaler and the YouCubed team
Solvemojis are puzzle involving all four operations. An engaging way for children to practice fluency skills but also requires kids to think, reasoning and communicate at a deeper level.
This simple broken calculator app encourages students to make numbers in different ways using four operations. It promotes flexible, efficient and accurate thinking.
Free digital tools and printables that can be used to support math teachers and students.
Which One Doesn’t Belong?
Always Sometimes Never
Would you rather…
Same But Different
Logic and Reasoning Games and Mazes
A math consultant from Grand Prairie school division with tasks for problem based learning