Math @ Muir 2 ~ More great math learning to explore!

More great math resources for Muir families to explore!

MATHIES  Great FREE Math Website    (from the Ministry of Education)

  • Math Games mathies
  • Math Activities
  • Learning Tools
  • Supports
  • Parent Info Section

 Useful for students and parent/guardians! Click Here   MATHIES

App of the Month

hungry fishHungry Fish

Feed your fish the number it wants to eat.  You can add numbers together by dragging one onto another. By playing this game, your child will learn that a quantity such as 20, can be composed of a variety of number combinations.  Great Primary App! Available through the apps store.

GAMES WITH MATH INCLUDED (Suitable for Gr. 4-6 students)

Monopoly: Your child will use dice to move around the playing board as he/she decides to purchase different properties.  While playing, your child will: Recognize quantities on dice and learn to combine quantities on dice; understand how quantities are maMonopolyde up of smaller quantities. Example: I can exchange $200 for many different combinations of bills. Understand how quantities are made up of smaller quantities. Example: I can exchange $200 for many different combinations of bills.

Tip over: Your child has to visualize how much space the crate tipoverwill span when tipped over onto the grid.  Beneficial for developing their logical reasoning and problem solving ability.

Yahtzee: Your child will shake a set of dice and make combinations: 3 of a kind, 4 of a kind, full house, Yahtzee!  When playing this game,  your child will combine quantities to get larger quantities.  They may also be learning to think of quantities in units.  For        yatzheeexample, when they say, “I have 3 sixes” they are thinking of each six as one unit. This  understanding that numbers can represent groups of other quantities is foundational to many areas of mathematics.

Math Visual Dictionary  

Click here  A Math Dictionary for Kids

Math Dictionary

We hope that you find these math resources useful to continue the learning at home!

Muir Staff

 

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One Response to Math @ Muir 2 ~ More great math learning to explore!

  1. willgs says:

    Muito boa a ideia

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