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Math Live

Math Live is a web site that 3rd-6th grade teachers should look at whenever they are starting a new unit. It's packed with great TV like episodes in a cartoon format introducing many different mat...
  • Jenny Carroll

    Math Live: Introduce different 3rd-6th grade math concepts and show how math applies in everyday life.

  • Lisa Bartley

    Math Live is a web site that 3rd-6th grade teachers should look at whenever they are starting a new unit. It’s packed with great TV like episodes in a cartoon format introducing many different math concepts. It introduces math concepts to show how math applies in everyday life.

  • Valerie Shaffer

    Math Live: great TV like episodes in a cartoon format introducing many different math concepts. What’s great is that it introduces math concepts to show how math applies in everyday life. From The Techie Classroom, which has a bunch of other links

  • Mrs. C.

    Math Live For my upper grade friends videos you can use to teach math concepts

  • Christine Islay

    Math Live is a web site with animated math lessons. Good for an intro to new concepts. Also has activity sheets that go with each lesson.

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Math Live is a web site that 3rd-6th grade teachers should look at whenever they are starting a new unit. It’s packed with great TV like episodes in a cartoon format introducing many different math concepts. What’s great is that it introduces math concepts to show how math applies in everyday life.

This is part of the Saxon math curriculum. I have used it for several years and have found it to be very effective for kicking off learning how to add.

If you are ready to start a new math unit...be sure to check here first. It has TV episodes in a cartoon format that introduce math concepts and how it is applied in everyday life. By the way...also has links for language arts, math and science!

When will I ever need math? In sewing, room design, cooking, home finance, college planning, etc......

Pumpkin math day...@Bonnie Nall This would be kind of fun to do with your class :)

Math Concept Posters - perfect for introducing, reviewing, or assessing a concept. Over 50 concept posters plus rubric for assessment. $

Students looked at examples of artwork from the artist Charles Demuth, specifically his painting "The Figure 5 in Gold". talked about how he created a central focal point with the large gold number, but how there were also other numbers and letters throughout the painting. To make a math connection I had them divide their background pap...

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You always see posters for "What good readers do", but not many for math...