Thinking Blocks is the visual, interactive way to solve math word problems. Students build models with colorful blocks and identify known and unknown quantities. The models are a powerful way to organize information and simplify the problem solving process.
Give your fraction lessons a makeover with our open-ended problem solving tasks. In this post, you’ll learn how traditional fraction questions can be revised in small ways to get big results. Motivate your students to explore beyond the surface and think creatively about fractions.
Spice up your multiplication lessons with a few rounds of Factor Pair Up. This lively strategy game will inspire your students to memorize their multiplication facts in record time. In this post, you’ll learn the rules of the game and how to vary the skill level for your class.