Please join veteran teachers and math curriculum experts Kari Till & Lauren McCrone as they discuss how to incorporate virtual manipulatives into your daily teaching. They share current research on how students respond to these manipulatives and incorporate examples from computer-based learning.
There have been a few incidents in the media that have highlighted just how terrifying helping your children with their math homework can be. So if, like me, you would like to avoid this exercise altogether then help your kids in other ways: by playing board games with them. We have already written about the […]
Your students might disagree, but quizzes are a teacher’s best friend. Not only are they an effective study tool, they’re also perfect for providing snapshots of your class’ progress on a particular topic. The results of a well-placed quiz can help steer and pace your lessons to ensure that everyone is learning. So how do […]
At Matific, we love teachers who break through to students. So we have asked Alex Kajitani, the 2009 California Teacher of the Year, also known as “The Rappin’ Mathematician” for some tips on bringing joy to math. Alex has written the book Owning It: Proven Strategies for Success in ALL of Your Roles As a […]
Counting whole numbers is one of the first fundamentals of mathematics that children learn. Help them to understand how to count objects up to 8 with our great game, At A Snail’s Pace. If you don’t have a computer in class, you can make this fantastic octopus from Crayon Freckles. You are just a file […]
Veteran teacher Eisha Buch explores the ways that you can implement Matific into your classroom. She shares her experiences as a teacher and tips from some of our most avid teacher users. This webinar will provides a great opportunity to learn about all of the different ways you can use Matific to add some fun to your math lessons while providing your students with […]