Math and Geometry Tools

Math Resources

Estimating

Click here for a video explaining how to estimate using benchmarks!

Addition games

Click here for a list of fun addition games you can play with your child (or that they can play with friends or siblings!) to help solidify mental math facts! Click here for some online addition games that students can play on their own!

Addition with Pictures

Click here for a video on how to add using pictures and objects. Use this video to support your child if the concept of addition is challenging for them, or if they need a refresher on last year's addition skills and concepts!

Place Value  Videos

Click here for a fun song to get your students in the mood for place value! Here is another simple instructional video to learn more about place value concepts.

Prodigy Math

Here is another fun math game/practice resource to check out!

Multiplication Intro

Click here for a video explaining how to multiply using arrays and repeated addition! 

Addition using place value

Click here for a video on how to add using the concept of place value and base ten blocks. We practiced this strategy in class and it is important for students to understand it. If your child needs support with this concept, watch this video!

Addition Facts Song

Click here for a fun song to help your students memorize some addition facts!

Place Value  Game

Click here for an engaging game on place value to encourage some fun, extra practice of this concept! 

Subtraction with borrowing

Click here for a video explaining how to subtract using place value blocks and the concept of borrowing/regrouping! 

More Addition   Help!

Click here for a video on how to add by using the "counting on" method. This is a good strategy for students to use when practicing their addition facts. 

Number Representation Song

Click here for a fun song to get your students in the mood for number representations! 

IXL Math

Click here and scroll down to check out this awesome math resource! It is a great way for students to continue to build on and practice skills. With a free account, students can do 10 activities a day.