Zorbit and his crew have been busy painting eggs and weaving Easter baskets for this year’s Easter celebration. As part of their efforts to spread Easter cheer across the galaxy, they have come up with five in-class activities that will have your students hopping with excitement.
Valentine's Day is coming, and to help bring some excitement we put together a package of five in-class math activities for you and your students to enjoy!
Winter holidays are coming! There are so many creative ways to incorporate the holidays into your classroom - holiday themed puzzles, games, problem solving, and collaboration are great ways to keep your students engaged and remind them about the fun in math. These types of hands-on activities are some of our favorite ways to make math a meaningful and enriching experience.
Puzzles, games, friendly competition, and collaboration… get your students to dive right in with these hands-on activities. It’s one of our favourite ways to engage and have fun with math!
Math is often a subject that is maligned by older grades (and adults!). In these early years, you have a great opportunity to help your students develop positive attitudes towards math. Activities like these are a great way for your students to experience math in a really fun way, where there is a low cost to failure and a really low barrier to entry.
There are so many great ways you can show your class how much fun math can be. Getting your students involved in hands-on activities with their classmates is one of our favorite ways!