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Math Puzzles for Kids feat. ST Math Chats

I don’t know about your students, but mine always loved puzzles and games. The more I could bring games them into activities — especially during math — the better! So at ISTE this year I was excited to hear about a special new set of math puzzles from ST Math®. They have released these short […]

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15 Free Mobile Apps for Math Practice

Finding the right math app to support struggling students can be a challenge. I’ve created this list of 15 free mobile apps for math practice to help guide teachers in the right direction as they search for tools to support their students. You might decide to bring these into stations or recommend to families for […]

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The Kinder Corral: Free Kindergarten Math Game for Tablets

The Kinder Corral is an interactive Kindergarten math game available for iOS and Android devices.  This app included farm-themed games that explore math for Kindergarteners. The set of five games begins with tracing numbers and ends with greater than or less than comparisons.  It is for students preparing for Kindergarten. The Kinder Corral includes bright colors, […]

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Osmo Numbers: A Brand New Interactive Math Game

Osmo is an amazing company that has transformed the way educators use iPads in the classroom.  Their interactive math game let students combine tangible manipulatives with a digital device.  I was introduced to Osmo when it first came out and they sent me a device to try out. Now they have a brand-new app and toy called […]

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14 Math Games for Kids: Geometry, Number Sense & More

Here’s a list of 14 Math Games for Kids!  Whether you use these for enrichment, intervention, in stations, or simply recommend a favorite to families, you’re sure to find something to meet the needs of your students. Math Games for Kids Have a favorite that’s not on this list? Leave a comment or send a […]

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OctoPlus iPad Math Game: Skill Practice Activity

OctoPlus is a new iPad math game. It’s for young children and students working towards grade level proficiency.  It reinforces key addition skills with interactive games.  In the Parent Zone adults can monitor their child’s progress to keep track of what they’ve accomplished.  There is even a reward system also known as the OctoStore. This is where students […]

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