Math Resources

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Are you COUNTING down the days to summer break? DIVIDING your content in order to fit everything in before testing?


Fear not! KET has the resources to help! Find links to collections and resources below that can help introduce, reinforce, or review Math content at each grade level. These resources include video clips, interactives, lesson plans, and more.


This is a small sampling of the many math resources that can be found within KET Encyclomedia. Please contact your KET Education Consultant with any questions.

Everyday Math for Preschoolers

Everyday Math for Preschoolers. The best way for preschool students to learn about the world around them is to live it every day -- whether it's by observing animal friends in the backyard, discovering new ways to get up off of the couch and get moving, or picking out shapes in a walk around the neighborhood.This KET collection uses original animation and wonderful, visual images to introduce basic concepts of math, science, and health to the youngest learners.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades Pre-K.

Peg + Cat

The Peg + Cat on-air series and online resources provide many opportunities for educators to introduce or reinforce early math concepts. In each episode Peg and Cat find themselves thrust into the middle of a wacky word problem. This problem isn’t just an academic exercise for them—it’s a messy, funny, real-life crisis they have to solve to get out of trouble. They write out diagrams and charts on the graph paper that comprises their background. And somehow, they always find a way to solve the math problem and save the day. The resources in this collection include activity ideas, video clips, and online games.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades K-2.

Counting by 10's

Counting by 10's. In this clip that corresponds to the activity "Chicken Feed," Romane shows Peg, Cat, Richard and Pig how to count by 10's to 100 while collecting space rocks for NASA.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades K-2.

Introduction To Perimeter

Introduction To Perimeter. Explore the perimeters of polygons using addition and basic multiplication in under 4 minutes with this introductory video.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 3.

Number Sense

Number Sense. In this "Cyberchase" interactive game, the player is given three numbers between 1 and 9 to go into their machine. The challenge is to make a number that is larger than the number Hacker has on his machine.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 3-5.

Railroad Repair Using Decimal Addition

Railroad Repair Using Decimal Addition. In this Cyberchase interactive game, Hacker has removed some of the tracks on the Trans-Cyberspace Railroad. The challenge is to repair the tracks so that the Cybertrain can get back to the central station. A set of spare tracks that range in length from 0.1 to 1.0 will be used to fill in the gaps. In many cases it will be necessary to use a combination of two or three pieces to fill in the missing part of the track. All the gaps on the screen must be filled before the train will move.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 3-6.

Khan Academy Collection

Khan Academy. Khan Academy lessons connect to Common Core standards and are designed to provide students with clear understandings of mathematical operations and principles for problem solving. Bring clarity to the classroom with these video resources that run between 2 -15 minutes each. Various topics.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 3-12.

I <3 Math Collection

I <3 Math. This video series introduces key Common Core concepts in 4th-8th grade mathematics. Each video focuses on building conceptual understanding of a topic, so that students understand the “how” and “why” behind mathematical problem solving. Use these videos with your students as topical introductions to topics including integers, the concept of ratios, unit rates, percent, and division with fractions.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 4-8.

I <3 Math: Integers

I <3 Math: Integers. This I <3 Math episode introduces students to integers and how we use them in the real world. It defines the difference between positive and negative numbers and how these numbers can be represented on a number line.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 4-8.

Math at the Core Collection

Math at the Core. Over 400 digital resources aligned with grades 5-8 Common Core State Standards for Mathemathics and focused on critical middle school math concepts.

  • Designed for middle school students of diverse learning styles and backgrounds
  • Innovative and engaging media reflecting a wide range of culturally responsive perspectives
  • A growing collection from public television station contributors, independent producers, student teams, and educators
  • Each resource includes an educator-approved activity designed to deepen students' understanding of math concepts
  • Videos, interactives, animations, and infographics


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 5-8.

Middle School Literacy: Math Topics

Middle School Literacy: Math Topics. These online self-paced lessons for blended learning, funded by the Walmart Foundation, are designed to enhance the literacy skills of struggling readers in grades 5–8. Each uses videos, interactive activities, note taking, reading, and writing to present students with an engaging science, social studies, mathematics, or English language arts topic.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 5-8.

Graphing Inequalities: Rational Numbers

Graphing Inequalities: Rational Numbers. In this interactive, use logic to solve three riddles involving a jumping wallaby competition. Then, using knowledge of inequalities and rational numbers, place the wallabies on the correct range from –5 to 5 on the number line. Numbers are randomized so that the range on the number line is different each time the riddles appear. The accompanying classroom activity includes a concept review and response sheets to support the online work.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 6.

Inverse Proportions and Shadows in the Real World

Inverse Proportions and Shadows in the Real World. In this video, students take a quick trip through the history of drive-in theaters and are then asked to consider the question, What is the relationship between the size of an object’s shadow and the object’s distance from a light source? In the accompanying classroom activity, students do a hands-on experiment about the size of their own shadows at different distances from a projector or other light source.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 6-7.

Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals on the Number Line

Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimals on the Number Line. In this interactive, students use logic to solve three riddles involving a frog jumping contest and then place the contestants’ jumps at the correct points on the number line. Numbers are randomized so that the frogs’ placements on the number line are different each time one of the three riddles appears. The accompanying classroom activity provides a review of equivalent values of fractions and decimals and a response sheet to help students work with the interactive.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 6-7.

Scale City

Scale City. Welcome to Scale City, the biggest, smallest road trip ever! Created for grades 6-8, but fun for everyone! Explore amazing roadside attractions and learn about the mathematics of scale. At each stop, a short video field trip and a fun interactive simulation help you understand proportional reasoning.


KET.

Grades 6-8.

PBS Math Club Collection

PBS Math Club. PBS Math Club helps you with your homework... and makes you laugh. They cover the 6th-9th grade Common Core Standard for math; topics like adding and subtracting integers, equations, ratios and proportions, and statistics. They use uncommon examples like Mean Girls to explain adding negative numbers in our show. These episodes way too long? Check out the "Instacram" clips for the :15 second versions.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 6-9.

Subtracting Positive and Negative Numbers | The Matrix and Batman

Subtracting Positive and Negative Numbers | The Matrix and Batman. This episode of Math Club parodies the Matrix and Batman to explore the concept that subtraction is merely addition by adding the opposite. Does subtraction exist? Take the red gift card and find out. Addition and subtraction are two sides of the same coin and can be used to explain lots of things: elections, good and bad feelings, even retelling the plot of the Dark Knight. When the Matrix asks you to add long strings of positive and negative numbers for homework, we explain a neat little trick to help you out.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 6-9.

Get the Math Collection

Get the Math. Get the Math is a multimedia project about algebra in the real world. See how professionals working in fashion, videogame design, and music production use algebraic thinking. Then take on interactive challenges related to those careers.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 7-10.

Math in Basketball

Math in Basketball. Following a profile of Elton Brand, an accomplished basketball player who uses math in his work, students are presented with a mathematical basketball challenge. In the challenge, students focus on understanding the Big Ideas of Algebra: patterns, relationships, equivalence, and linearity; learn to use a variety of representations, including modeling with variables; build connections between numeric and algebraic expressions; and use what they have learned previously about number and operations, measurement, proportionality, and discrete mathematics as applications of algebra. Self-paced lesson.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 7-10.

Math in Fashion

Math in Fashion. Following a profile of fashion designer and Project Runway winner Chloe Dao, students are prompted to alter garment designs, using their sense of style combined with their math skills to hit target price points. Algebra concepts explored include: linear relationships; rates (percents), ratios, and proportions; using multiple representations; algebraic and numeric expressions, equations, and inequalities. Self-paced lesson.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades 7-10.

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