KenKen is a math game invented by Japanese math teacher Tetsuya Miyamoto in 2004. To get your classroom involved in Ken Ken puzzles click here: KenKen Puzzles In my math classroom, I have a Math Challenge Box, where students who finish early or who want to work on a challenge can
When teaching data management I want to ensure my students are using data in a meaningful way and not just using the data sets from our textbook. I found The Census at School Project on the recommendation of several colleagues. This website enables teachers to create a class account, students measure
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)” TIPS4RM In daily life who can remember such a long name? So it evolved to being called the “Tips” binder or units.
Some of my favourite math resources come from the University of Waterloo Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing – CEMC for short. They run many math contests, which for a nominal fee you can enter your students in. One of my favourite math enrichment activities is to have my Grade 7