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Math Counts: Celebrating Math Awareness Month

In Honor of April being Math Awareness Month, students will enjoy fun group-based math activities, watch informative videos and read up on why math is such an important subject in their lives.
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Math Counts: Celebrating Math Awareness Month
  • Math is Fun

    Webtool
    mathsisfun.com
    mathsisfun.com
    Sara Kaplan says:
    A multi-faceted site, this page contains all kinds of math-related things: including even puzzles, quizzes, games, and worksheets! Fun and educationally rewarding site for all ages.
  • Sara Kaplan says:
    Show this video to younger kids, upper-grade students, or anyone who ever wondered why math is a necessary tool for everyday life!
  • nea.org
    nea.org

    Math Awareness Month

    5 minute read
    Sara Kaplan says:
    Much the same as above, NEA's page for all things Grades 6-8 also supplies a fantastic variety of resources and links to choose from. A valuable resource for all things Educational as well as "Math Awareness Month".
  • nea.org
    nea.org

    Math Awareness Month

    5 minute read
    Sara Kaplan says:
    At the National Education Association's page for all things Grades K-5, you will find a wide selection of resources, from print-outs to fully-fledged lesson plans!
  • Sara Kaplan says:
    Here you will find several problems that you can do with your class which will change every single week! The perfect variety of puzzles for a full month of celebrating math!
  • Mathematics Awareness Month

    Website
    national-awareness-days.com
    national-awareness-days.com
    Sara Kaplan says:
    Learn all about "Math Awareness Month" with this short but helpful article. The perfect way to introduce "Math Awareness Month" to students of all ages!
  • Sara Kaplan says:
    A motivational video for kids of all ages (even adults!), this video can help your students get motivated to know how math can open up possibilities of all kinds! This is not only motivational for students but for adults as well. Visit their website for all kinds of great info on how to motivate your students (and yourself): http://www.WithMathICan.org