Bridges Math Website
Here is a link to a helpful parent math site that supports our Bridges math program: http://www.mathlearningcenter.org/support/bridges
What does 1,000 look like?
Second graders work with numbers up to 1,000, so recently they counted all the Unifix cubes in our classroom to see if there were 1,000. To organize the cubes, they made them into trains of 10, and then grouped ten 10s to make hundreds. When they were done counting, they discovered that we actually had 1,474. That's a lot of Unifix cubes!
Improve your speed and accuracy in math facts with XtraMath!
Your parent can sign up so you can do this at home, or you can use Mr. Heppler's e-mail address, email@example.com, to log in.
Hop around the pond as you put together the right numbers to reach your goal.
Our new MAP test identifies exactly where students are performing. You can use your child's RIT score to find "just right" practice activities, using this handy chart!
Practice math facts while you race around the track.
Build a Mosaic
Create a mosaic at this site, then save it to share with others!
Here are "sum" fun games, and some choices of skills to practice!
Bedtime Math sends out a playful new math problem daily. It begins with a brief set-up (electric eels, chocolate chips, zip lines in the the neighbor's pool. etc.) and then asks three levels of math questions. Tackle them at breakfast or dinner, bath time or bedtime...at whatever point in your family routine that it fits best.
Click on the web address so you can check it out.
Here's a handy graphing tool for you!
Browse this collection of games and activities to practice key math concepts.
Practice your mathematical thinking on this number line site.
Front Row Math
Children love to collect coins to use for shopping at an imaginary store. As they have fun, they also learn and practice math concepts! (There's a free iPad app available, too.)
To log in, go to https://student.frontrowed.com/#login
Type in your child's first and last name.
Class code is hepplg.
Travel around the globe as you sharpen your calculation skills.
Play a game of baseball as you practice math facts!