Slice of the Pi
You never know what's around the corner. It could be everything. Or it could be nothing. You keep putting one foot in front of the other, and then one day you look back and you've climbed a mountain.
For the "Littles" in your life...
Bridges Family Support- Select a a grade level to see the major areas of focus, an overview of each unit including sample strategies and FAQ’s, and several games and activities.
Loop de Loop- Addicting play with spiraling number patterns- like a meditation!
Mystery Science is offering free lessons because... STEM ya’ll.
SFUSD- ten days of k-5 math lessons.
Newsela- Check out math related articles, like, How Percentages are Used in Sports. They are currently offering free subscriptions.
Region 15 Resources - A choice board for each grade compiled by administrators, coaches & interventionists
K-2 Estimation Tasks Power Point with video explanations
Recorded Math Lessons- Starting 3/18 recorded daily k-12 lessons from Eureka Math.
Dreambox- Adaptive math learning platform with great reviews- free for 90 days
Math Before Bed- All digital resources to allow families to facilitate math discussions are currently free.
PreK-5 Resource List- compiled by Kentucky Center for Math and Lesley University Center for Math Achievement.
Fraction Talks- Images and questions to guide conversations around fractions.
Cross Number Puzzles - For Cross Word fans!
Riddles- A series of Ted Ed logic puzzles by Dan Finkel.
Collection of Which One Doesn’t Belong Great one for promoting the Math Practices!
Virtual Models- Free manipulatives that students can use on i-Pads, computers, etc.
Math For Love- Games, puzzles, lessons.
Math Pickle- Lots of math games, organized by grade.
And math fun for you!
Better Explained- their philosophy is, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” Sophisticated math ideas ‘better explained’.
New York Times blog series- The Elements of Math
3blue1brown- Cool YouTube videos of varied math concepts.
Numberphile - Hundreds of videos sponsored by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
What If? Mathematical and scientific answers to absurd questions, like, If you carry a penny in your coin tray, how long would it take for that penny to cost you more than a cent in extra gas?