Activities and worksheets for beginning math, early literacy, and executive functioning skills. Engaging, hands-on tasks that explore foundational concepts. Free, but requires an email registration to access the resources.
ASDN hosted and has posted recordings of the sessions they gave in the spring of 2020 for remote teaching support.
A wealth of videos, activities, and resources to engage students at home.
Website dedicated to providing thought-provoking puzzles for math teachers and students. There are no answers provided as there are many different and correct ways of choosing which one doesn’t belong.
Building number sense one day at a time through activities you can do at home. There are lessons for grades 4-8, in addition to daily estimation activities for the family.
Estimation meets mystery: wonder what number is represented by an image. Clues require math to narrow possibilities. Students use estimation skills to solve the mystery and find the missing number.
Posts daily math problems for families to build mathematical literacy. Just 5 minutes of number fun for kids and parents. Read a fact, followed by math riddles at different levels.
Graph of the Week is one way to improve math literacy skills. Students will become sharper, analytical thinkers in today’s world analyzing current-day graphs.
Play Solve the Outbreak on the CDC website. In this interactive app try becoming a Disease Detective. Travel the world chasing outbreaks like ones real-life CDC Disease Detectives help fight.
An essential resource for instructional math videos with built-in checks for understanding. You can also find content area videos and daily schedules for remote learning at all grade levels.