Our Math module is packed full of engaging pre-K through 6th grade resources to assist and compliment classroom instruction and to get students excited about math. EducationCity’s interactive math resources are aligned to state standards and include a variety of tools to appeal to children's natural interests.
Teaching resources for Math include:
Interactive learning activities engage students in topics ranging from basic numeracy through learning fractions with progress recorded for later review. This section also includes lesson ideas, teacher notes, and printable activity sheets.
Interactive whiteboard activities including virtual manipulatives that bring topics such as money and graphing to life are perfect for exploring learning with an open-ended, whole class approach.
Animated video tutorials or mini lessons provide an in-depth look at specific topics such as extending patterns and place value. Learn Screens are ideal for introducing topics or reinforcing learning for individual students.
Open-ended questions are designed to encourage higher-order thinking skills of mathematical concepts. ThinkIts provide a unique opportunity to encourage creativity and are perfect as lesson-starters and post-lesson exit tickets.
Interactive math games provide a fun and competitive learning environment. This feature encourages students to develop mental math skills as they play against other members of their class, other students in their school, or other EducationCity users.
Summative and diagnostic math assessments are available to evaluate student progress. Test results can be used to easily generate "Revision Pathways" for each student to address any weak areas.
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Making Math Fun +
EducationCity’s math games and activities consist of easy-to-understand content with visual and audible reinforcements for each and every answer given. It’s this combination of large text, clear voiceover, colorful graphics, and fun music that makes EducationCity’s math content appeal to all learners.
Teaching Math in Spanish +
For students who are native Spanish speakers, more complicated subjects, such as math, can be very difficult. For this reason, EducationCity provides a Matemáticas module that allows Spanish-speaking students to continue their mathematical education in their native language. Designed to be integrated into bilingual programs, this module is intended to teach math to Spanish-speaking students and can also be used in monolingual Spanish-language classes.
Free Activities to try!
Help the EducationCity kids work out word problems with equations and bar diagrams.