Math

Math Fluxx

Icon: 
game icon

Math Fluxx is all about the numbers. Players use positive integers (whole numbers) in their quest to achieve a very mathematical goal — but it's not just putting 4 and 2 together to achieve the 42 goal (for example) as Math Fluxx also features the Plan B Meta Rule.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Content Area: 
Math
Play Time: 
20 min.
Math Fluxx

ReadyFor Breakout Edu Kit

Icon: 
game icon

The Breakout EDU kit includes everything you need to play over 350 games created for the classroom environment. The kit includes access to the new BreakoutEdu Platform to be used while using the kit.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Elementary
Middle
High
Professional
Content Area: 
ELA
Math
Social Studies
Science
Fine Arts
LOTE
Computer Science
Special Education
Family/Consumer Science
Business/Technology
Library
Other
Play Time: 
30 min.
ReadyFor Breakout Edu Kit

Not So Splash | Odd Squad

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Olive and Otto try to figure out why parts of town are cold and snowy during the middle of the summer.

Peg + Cat - Balancing Nature | Science Crafts for Kids

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Share a science adventure! Peg and Cat use math every day to solve problems and answer questions. Make a balancing scale with your child at home to compare the weights of objects found in nature.

A Faster Way to Test Codes

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this Cyberchase clip, Matt shows Jackie and Digit how to make a decoder. He writes the alphabet on the top half of his yo-yo and the numbers one through twenty-six on the bottom half. He explains that by lining up the letter "A" with different numbers, they will be able to interpret different codes. Jackie tells him to line A up with 3 and decode a series of numbers. After writing down the corresponding letters, Jackie reads the secret message, "Grab it now, The Hacker," to the team.

Multiplying: Four-Digits Times One-Digit, Using a Grid

Icon: 
Streaming icon

It's helpful sometimes to use a grid when multiplying multi-digit numbers. Here's an example.

Fixing the Teleporter_Part 1 | Cyberchase

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad is trying to get to Motherboard by using a Teleporter. Unfortunately, the Teleporter breaks into three different colored base pieces and three top pieces—a chair, a lamp and a projector.  The squad must figure out how to put the Teleporter back together correctly or it will destruct. They use clues and the process of elimination to determine the correct pairings. Watch "Fixing the Teleporter – Part 2" to see how the CyberSquad solves the puzzle.

Adding: Three-Digit Numbers and Regrouping or "Carrying"

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Learn how to add three-digit numbers using regrouping ("carrying") to move the tens (or hundreds or thousands) over to the next column.

The Puzzle of the Amulet of Amagansett

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this video segment from Cyberchase, in order to free the CyberSquad from the Vortex, Wicked and Digit must find the Amulet of Amagansett. When they find the Amulet they realize it is missing some of its jewels. They use what they know about numerators and denominators to figure out how many jewels are missing.

Equivalent Fractions on the Number Line: Comparing Fractions Visually and on a Number Line

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Compare fractions by graphing them on a number line and drawing fraction models.

Pages