Follow the Pasta Path - Have your child practice their measurement and spatial reasoning skills and help reunite The Cat with his friends, Thing One and Thing Two
How Many Ways Old Are You? - Kids can practice counting and adding through different representations of numbers
Get the Math - Get The Math is a tool that uses real world applications of math in music, fashion and video games directed at a middle school audience
Hands on Banking - A great resource with tools to educate kids and adults on managing finances and learn the "money skills you need for life"
Math Mondays are made possible by: Wells Fargo Foundation
Parachute Parade - Use engineering skills to build a parachute
Shape Hunt - Students observe and count as they walk through the school exploring shapes in their environment
SciGirls - Learn science by playing games like AquaBot, Diorama-o-rama, or Busy as a Bee
Science on the Playground - Ask your students to notice certain things as they play in the playground and have a discussion about what they observed around them
Cat in The Hat: Go on a Length Hunt - Kids can go on a measuring hunt with a piece of string and your encouragement!
Crystals Rule - Practice measuring non-standard measuring with various objects
Dog's Letter Pit - Dog needs to pull some letters from the pit to make some words, help him by choosing the right letters
Bear's Skateboard Park - Help Bear get through the park by catching the letters and spelling the words correctly
Obstacle Course - Students navigate through a classroom obstacle course using location words that help vocabulary skills as well as the development of a spatial sense
PlaySpace - Illustrate and solve word problems through story-building
Elmo's World Books - Kids create and color their own book and then read it with Elmo
Inventor's Workshop - Kids invent things as they go through courses
Build Me a House - Students have an opportunity to build their own house using recycled materials based on the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"
Science in the Kitchen - Inventing recipes and participating in the cooking experience is a great way for children to learn how science works all around them; give some of these activities a try at home with kids of all ages!
Rainbow Play Dough - Kids can make their own play dough and express their creativity with this simple but very fun experiment
String Thing - Ever wanted to make your own music? Kids and adults can both take their chances with this virtual string instrument and see what interesting beats and sounds they can create
Debris Dilemmas - Students can learn what causes marine debris and its effect on wildlife through this short video and its follow-up activities
Zerofootprint Calculator - Kids can measure the impact their lifestyle has on the planet with this fun tool
Gabriela Cleans Up - Gabriela needs to sort her recyclables by putting them in the correct bin
Groovy Garden - Grow a garden and learn about green living
ZOOmazing - Help George direct the animals and find their homes in the Zoo by using the map