Enjoy these math activities with the whole family – they include variations for older and younger players so everyone gets appropriately challenged. These activities span several core number sense concepts and can help kids stay sharp over the summer.
Stanford professor Carol Dweck has discovered that how we praise our children can benefit or detriment their self view. Being mindful about how you praise your child can help your child foster a growth mindset and boost his or her motivation, resilience and learning.
We’re excited to share that parents and teachers have downloaded our math games more than one million times – a milestone we hit thanks to your support! We’re also excited to share a sneak peak of our first game for preschoolers, Motion Math: Hungry Guppy, the prequel to Motion Math: Hungry Fish.
Many children approach multiplication with dread: there’s many multiplication problems to memorize, and often, students don’t have a solid concept for what multiplying really means. You can play these fun multiplication games with your child to deepen your child’s relationship with multiplication (and enrich your relationship as well!).
“Some dispassionate, quantitative reasoning could really bring a great deal to the debate [on copyright law]” – Rob Reid on Copyright Math™. This fun TED talk shows how you can play with numbers, even in a context like the entertainment industry’s perspective on content theft.
Thus begins humor author and Rhapsody founder’s TED talk on Copyright Math™, which breaks down the numbers from the entertainment industry to examine its perspective of content theft.
“If students don’t understand fractions early on, they often struggle with algebra and mathematical reasoning later in their schooling,” – Susan Courey, assistant professor of special education at San Francisco State University. A recent study found that kids who learned fractions through a music-based curriculum outperformed peers in traditional math classes.