Each Friday on Facebook and Twitter, we share a curated digital resource from our library that is one of our favorites. In September, we focused on math resources. Here’s what we shared:
Place Value Game
Students are challenged to create the largest number possible, yet once they place a number they aren’t able to move it. This causes them to think ahead about possible future digits.
Evil Robots Shape Short
Here’s a center idea for practicing identifying shapes! Place the shapes in the right containers before being caught by the evil robots!
This is a fun game for discussing shape attributes.
Place Value Machine
Want to try a new place value manipulative? Try using this place value machine to let your students discover what happens to a number’s place value when you multiply or divide by 10.
Kids ‘N Cookies
Want an alternative to fraction bars? Try using Kids and Cookies to introduce fractions in the context of a problem. How can 3 children share 4 cookies and still be friends when they are finished?