Learning: Math

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Mathematics – it is in everything we do, from cooking to video games. Pick any subject or job and I will find the math in it. So, basically what I’m trying to say is that it’s good to know math!


Arithmetic Four

Banzai – “a free, online financial literacy for students of all ages. It’s interactive and fun.”

Bedtime Math – “Our charitable mission is to help kids love numbers so they can handle the math in real life.”

Boodle – Grade 1 to 6 available online.

Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computers – University of Waterloo. “Grade 4/5/6, Grade 7/8, Grade 9/10, and Grade 11/12. The goal is to provide a wide variety of fun and educational ways to do mathematics and computer science while at home practicing social distancing. The resources will include games, new problems to solve, applications, videos, pointers to existing materials and more.”

Cool Math for Kids – games, manipulatives, brain teasers.

Durham District School Board (DDSB) – has added some Math and Literacy resources to encourage learning at home during this time away from school.

Eduprintables – “thousands of free activities, games, worksheets and other fun stuff. In order to keep providing so many free resources, we do offer paid items as well, which can be purchased through our TPT store. But, we are committed to offering as many free resources as possible and our freebies will always, always outnumber paid materials.”

Figure This – math for the whole family.

Greg Tang Math


Mangahigh – offering their resources free during COVID-19 school shut downs

Math Coaches Corner – good blog post about at-home math activities

Math Drills – free printable math work sheets.

Math Game Time – K to Grade 8

Math Is Fun – a free resource teaching algebra, geometry, measurement, numbers, and has games and puzzles.

Math Playground – games are free.

Math Seeds – “teaches kids aged 3-9 the core math and problem solving skills needed to be successful at school with fun, highly interactive and rewarding lessons.”

Math Storytime (English Site) (French Site)

Mathiagon -Grades 6 to 12. Free, personalized, interactive math learning.

A Maths Dictionary for Kids – “an animated, interactive online math dictionary for students which explains over 630 common mathematical terms and math words in simple language with definitions, examples, activities, practice and calculators.”

The Maths FactorFREE for everyone at this time. UK. Ages 4 to 12 years.

Mathies – Ontario K-12. Games, Activities, Learning Tools.

Mathify – for Grades 6 – 10. TVOntario run program. 1-to-1 tutoring. “Think of Mathify as your personalized coach for math.”

mPower – parents create a free account. TVOntario run program. “65+ free online games support the mastery of tough-to-learn math concepts, spotlight Ontario towns and professions in compelling ways, and bolster understanding of STEM and the social sciences.”

NRICH Maths – for all ages – Primary, Secondary, and Early Years.

Prodigy Math – you student may already have an account. Answer math questions to improve your monsters’ stats to battle.

The Robertson Program – Primary, Junior, and Intermediate. Inquiry based learning in Math and Science. University of Toronto initiative.

Teacher Tube – Some good videos for school-aged children.

Which One Doesn’t Belong? – provides thought-provoking puzzles for math teachers and students alike. There are no answers provided as there are many different, correct ways of choosing which one doesn’t belong. Enjoy!

Youcubed (Stanford) – The have free online How to Learn Math course for learners of all levels of mathematics. Also some great Tasks (by grade) for kids to do.


Estimation 180 – building number sense one day at a time.


The 5 Most Important Money Lessons to Teach Children – Forbes Magazine.

15 Ways to Teach Children About Money – by Dave Ramsey.

17 Fun Money Activities for Kids

Canada in My Pocket – YouTube video. Catchy song about Canadian coins.

Kids and Money – Lots of great articles and useful ideas.

Math is Fun – Money

Money Instructor – Teaching Money Skills Classified by Grade Level. The first one is for PreK – K. Scroll to down to “Related Links” to for Grades 1 to 8.

Teach Children About Money – Kindergarten to Grade 2.

Teaching Children About Money – how-to notes to parents. Government of Canada.

Teaching Kids About Money: And Age by Age Guide – Parents Magazine.

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