Math

Online Reading and Math Extra Help for Kids with SplashLearn Courses

Are you looking to provide reading and math extra help this school year? A set of online courses from the folks at SplashLearn can help your elementary kids strengthen their math and reading skills this year. If you work with children in need of individualized help, these virtual options can help kids connect with high-quality […]

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Create Interactive Assignments to Match Your Math Lesson Plans

Do you use math games in your classroom? To save you time each week, you can create interactive assignments that support your weekly math lesson plans. Boddle Learning helps teachers design engaging learning experiences for students. You can set up gameplay for students that reinforces and reviews content from your classroom, personalized for each learner. […]

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5 Reasons To Try a STEM Program

Many decisions go into planning for the upcoming school year. For example, you might look for ways to increase collaboration as students work together towards a common goal. Or you might commit to bring in more opportunities for students to explore different careers — like a STEM program that supports critical and computational thinking. Are […]

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Fun-Filled Virtual Summer Camp for Kids

Are you looking for an engaging summer learning option for students? Many students have been invited to participate in summer programs at their school or district, but if you are searching for a virtual option, SplashLearn has you covered. From elementary English Language Arts practice to interactive math content, there is a lot to explore […]

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How to Use Digital Math Tools With Your Students with Naomi Church – Easy EdTech Podcast 110

What role does technology play in your math classroom? In this episode, Naomi Church shares tips for everyday math lessons and shares strategies for incorporating UDL (Universal Design for Learning) into your math instruction. You’ll hear how to incorporate distance learning practices into a face-to-face classroom setting to give students multiple ways to learn and […]

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How to Use EdLight to Focus on Authentic Student Work

Do you have a full picture of your students’ thought process? Multiple choice questions often give us a limited view of how well students understand something new. This year, the team at EdLight reached out to me to share how their tool provides a full picture of student understanding through the collection of authentic student […]

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Differentiate Your Reading and Math Activities with eSpark

Looking for a simple way to connect students with interactive lessons? eSpark has a teacher- and student-friendly platform that gives you access to activities that support differentiated instruction. If you’re looking for engaging reading and math activities, eSpark has you covered. eSpark is free through the end of the school year. Now is a great […]

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Engaging Game-Based Learning Curriculum from SplashLearn

This post is in partnership with SplashLearn. All opinions are my own. Do you use a game-based learning curriculum in your classroom? Finding engaging resources for students is a challenge at all levels. To help cultivate a habit of life-long learning, the team at SplashLearn has developed elementary-friendly resources you’ll want to check out. SplashLearn […]

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How to Send Assignments to Students to Support Math Learning

This post is in partnership with MIND Research Institute. All opinions are my own.  What does math instruction look like in your blended or distance learning classroom? As you work to meet your students’ needs both in a traditional, face-to-face classroom and during a remote learning initiative, there are ways to personalize this math learning […]

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Free Math Videos for Kids Tackling Math Problems

Multimedia resources can support students learning math in school and at home. Earlier this year, I came across Blutick, a learning platform powered by artificial intelligence. They are now offering free math videos for kids and curriculum support for teachers. In this blog post, I’ll tell you all about Blutick and how you can access […]

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