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TIPS4RM – Free Math Units Grades 7-12

It can be difficult to find good material to supplement middle and secondary school curriculum. These resources were created to support an interactive math program.


Looking for free math units? The Government of Ontario a few years ago developed this really great resource called “Targeted Implementation and Planning Supports for Revised Mathematics (TIPS4RM)”. Find TIPS4RM with this link.

In daily life who can remember such a long name? So it evolved to being called the “Tips” binder or units. These units are based on the Ontario Math curriculum, but the concepts are universal. 

The units are not 100% complete so you will need to supplement from your regular textbook/workbook, however, the lessons provide great experimental/hands-on learning opportunities for students.

A complete unit comes with a unit overview, plus each additional lesson is broken down into Minds On (the hook), Action (what students will do), Consolidate (how they will practice what they have learned). This resource complements the three-part lesson design that is becoming very popular.

If you teach any middle school or high school math course, this resource TIPS4RM is worth a look.

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0 thoughts on “TIPS4RM – Free Math Units Grades 7-12”

  1. I've been using the grade 7 unit for a year now. I am excited to announce that as of TODAY, they have included the full compliment of lessons. At least they have in the Fractions unit that I'm in right now. They previously only had 8 of about 20 lessons, but now they're all there, including a summative task. Awesome!

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