Going to a pool, swimming in one in your backyard or even taking a trip to the beach are great summer activities. With math all around us, a day near the water can be a great opportunity to develop and practice math skills. These
Karen has just started the school year teaching a year 1 and year 2 composite class. She has her classroom divided into 4 different tables, with 5 or 6 students on each. The red and blue tables are year 1, and the green and yellow
Grade 3 teacher, Tom, wants to see an overview of his students’ progress across the school year so far. It’s a busy time of the year – it’s nearing the end of semester and Tom needs accurate reporting data to give him visibility of
No matter where in the world you are or how you write the date today (15/08 or 08/15), August 15 2017 is Pythagorean Theorem Day! 8² + 15² =17² OR 15² + 8² = 17² This doesn’t happen every year so it’s mathematically special!
Whether your child plays on a team, individually or even watching sports, it’s easy to incorporate a few quick activities to keep up with maths practice. How long was practice? 1. Write down the time when you and/or your child are getting out
Karen has a class of eager grade 3 students, who are learning their multiplication tables. She is looking for a fun and interactive way to help improve her students’ math fluency and mental math skills. Her class loves competing in Live Mathletics against
Book Lovers Day encourages you to take a step back and curl up with a book for a few hours, or even the whole day! Get in the spirit with a brand-new read or by re-reading an old favourite. Did you know
From Monday 3rd to Sunday 16th July 2017, 221 Mathletics-subscribed schools and 65 non-subscribed schools competed for the New Mathletics Launch Challenge crown. The event challenged students to earn as many points as possible on the brand new version of Mathletics during
What do yellow pigs and the number 17 have in common? We aren’t sure either, but today is Yellow Pig Day and it’s a day to celebrate the unique number of 17. Join us! Why is the number 17 so special?
Using Mathletics regularly with your class is the key to getting the most from Mathletics. We receive so many success stories from schools about the amount of points and certificates that their students earn each week. The Oxford Report shows that completing just 3 Mathletics
A native from Ontario, Melissa focused her budding education career on numeracy curriculum design. “Math is one of those subjects where a student’s understanding is not as obvious and it doesn’t always get the attention required to teach it to its full potential. It
James McPherson now Mathletics Lead Educator at Seven Skies International School James is interested in creating a culturally responsive, differentiated curriculum that supports all types of students and teachers. He wants to see student success not just in school, but in every other aspect
We believe in zero. That’s a goal of zero young people without access to an education. At 3P Learning, it is our mission to do everything we can to achieve this goal with our friends at UNICEF. Since 2014, 3P Learning and
Technology use in schools is increasing every year, dominated by the introduction of iPads, tablets and netbooks to the classroom. Technology is not intended to replace teachers in the classroom; instead, most educational tech is designed to increase efficiency and improve the effectiveness
Evelyn Lopina is making the math headlines in Treaty 6, Saskatchewan, Canada. Evelyn was the first Filipino teacher certified in Saskatchewan, without having to complete additional certification courses. With her Master’s in Education and 6+ years classroom experience, Evelyn has embraced the opportunity develop