# Math

Math (X) - Primary (X) - Math (X)

## Why Do We Measure (2011)

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This video illustrates the many everyday ways we measure things, and the importance of measurement in science. Concepts and terminology: length, liquid, mass, scale, temperature, and time.

Primary
Length:
0:12

## Traveling Bear Goes to the Math Tutor (Unabridged)

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Traveling Bear doesn't want lessons from his new math tutor, Ms. Flo, until he decides to give her a chance. Then he learns that trying new things can be really "sweet!"

Length:
00:04

## Counting Envelopes

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Numbers 1 & 2 count and compare the number of envelopes they each have. Find out who has more!

## Hide and Seek

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Numbers 1 and 2 want to play a game of Hide and Seek! Help them count to 100!

## Counting by 2s Poem

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This TumbleMath poem teaches students how to count by 2s using multiplication strategies, thereby identifying even numbers. This will help build a foundation for skip-counting with higher numbers.

## Counting Coconuts

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Monkey has gathered a huge pile of tasty coconuts. Before he can enjoy them he must count them. He discovers counting in sets is the fastest way to complete the task.

Keywords: rainforest, animals, habitats, numbers

## One Is a Drummer: A Book of Numbers

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This lively concept book shows that the world around us is filled with things to count. Three are the dim sum carts filled with yummy treats, eight are the candles on a birthday cake, and ten are the bamboo stalks growing in a garden. Many of the featured objects are Asian in origin, but all are universal in appeal. With brilliantly colored illustrations, an ear-pleasing text and an informative glossary, this truly multicultural book will make counting a fun part of every child's day!

## One Odd Day

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One Odd Day tells the humorous story of a young child who awakens to find everything around him is “odd.” He has three sleeves on his shirt, and his dog has five legs. Things are no better at school either when he stares at a calendar with only odd days. Will his odd day end when he goes to bed that night?

## My Even Day

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In this delightful, rhythmic sequel to One Odd Day, the young boy awakens to find that it is another strange day—now everything is even, and his mother has two heads! This time, a school field trip to the zoo is dealt with in an odd, but even-handed manner. And, like its predecessor, children will spend hours looking for all the hidden objects in the incredible art.

## Calculino

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Help Calculino to take four blue, four yellow and four red starfishes on board as quickly as possible to begin the long journey through the ocean. A lot of concentration, strategy and mathematical knowledge is required.

Primary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Spiky

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One after another, you sense the dragons based on the number of spikes and let them come out of the bag. The dice decides on which dragon must be found. For each correct attempt you receive a flint stone.

Primary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Play Smart Dice Classroom Pack

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Our patent pending PlaySmart Dice™ dice system targets harder to learn math operations with fun and original games. PlaySmart Dice™ are configured to develop instant recognition of persistently difficult number combinations, which are essential for higher levels of academic achievement.

Primary
Elementary
Content Area:
Math
Play Time:
10 min.

## Between the Lions - Letter Bit: Shapes

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Watch real kids introduce different shapes from their everyday lives. This video segment from Between the Lions focuses on recognizing and naming some of the shapes that can be found around you in your everyday life.

## What is Construction? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Exploring our world is fun! Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids that construction starts with a plan and requires teamwork. Construction workers use lots of different materials and shapes.

## Angles | What's Good

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Take the court with retired NBA star and current basketball analyst Kendall Gill to learn about the science of the perfect shot. We use angles every day—to build ramps and slides, steer a car, shoot basketballs, throw baseballs, and kick soccer balls. In fact, the science of angles is in almost every sport we play and every movement we make, so go out and play a game with your kids.

For use at home with your children, see our Science of Angles Lesson Plan!