Te Math section includes examples for Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis & Probability, and Process.

Content encourages students to visualize complex math concepts, explore mathematical relationships, and solve real-world problems.

Hidden Treasures

Students use their knowledge of a hundreds chart to unearth hidden treasures.

Addition Stars

Students use star manipulatives to explore three types of addi- tion problems.

Valuable Jewels

Students use a balance to dis- cover the weight of five objects by comparing them to one another and by using logic.

ath Flaming Cannonballs

Students categorize 2-D shapes and draw conclusions about the relationships between catego- ries.

Areas for Animals

Students use a ruler to measure the perimeter of a shape in order to find its area.

Experimental Probability

Students conduct probability experiments to explore the re- lationship between experimen- tal probability and theoretical probability.

Te Wheel of Mystery

Students apply their knowledge of fractions to solve real-world problems.

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Content encourages students to visualize complex math concepts, explore mathematical relationships, and solve real-world problems.

Hidden Treasures

Students use their knowledge of a hundreds chart to unearth hidden treasures.

Addition Stars

Students use star manipulatives to explore three types of addi- tion problems.

Valuable Jewels

Students use a balance to dis- cover the weight of five objects by comparing them to one another and by using logic.

ath Flaming Cannonballs

Students categorize 2-D shapes and draw conclusions about the relationships between catego- ries.

Areas for Animals

Students use a ruler to measure the perimeter of a shape in order to find its area.

Experimental Probability

Students conduct probability experiments to explore the re- lationship between experimen- tal probability and theoretical probability.

Te Wheel of Mystery

Students apply their knowledge of fractions to solve real-world problems.

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