Connecting Thinking and Mathematics
Speculate on the magnitude of numbers and lengths. Befriend our beloved Centimeter and Meter.
Find the mystery number between the fences in the Number–Line Squeeze. Let’s act out number stories.
Can you split a triangle into two, three and four smaller ones? Join the smorgasbord of bind–bending polygons.
Navigate the nautical number line for the super solution. Can you find a rule for the confusion?
WHAT LIES WITHIN
Gather your wits to solve what’s inside. Learn that capacity, area and distance are all integral parts of measurement.
GET INTO SHAPES
Get to the bottom of polygon attributes. How do you distinguish between polygons and non–polygons?
ODD ONE OUT
Is it one more or one less? Use your intellect to find the pesky number. The truth is out there.
It’s time for the Science Workshop Fruit Fest! Solve relationship stories about animal weights. Hurray!
Get into the groove and rock to additions and subtractions. Join the Fact family to look for the outcome.
Enter the countdown race and determine the duration of time. Play matching games with clocks. Tick tock.
What is the difference between a pyramid and a prism? Can you identify shapes with your touch?
Can you find the winning strategy for the Math War game? Where’s the frames and arrows? It’s spaghetti math time!
PASSION FOR FRACTIONS
Are there different ways to name fractions? Yes, pizzas and shapes come in fractions too! Splitting is so exciting!
Have you met Victor the Ending machine? There’s a surprise to every budget. It’s the art of money.
WHERE’S THE HEAT?
Measurement and Reference Frames
Collect weather data at the Weather Station and conduct a “Thermometer Hunt”. How hot is hot?
Investigate function machines to see whether they all work the same way. Is it time for adding or subtracting?
Can you use measuring cups to plot a line graph? Join the popcorn shoot to create Venn Diagrams for all.
PATTERNS ALL AROUND
Patterns, Functions and Algebra
Let’s clue in to the picture cards to find the mystery object. What is “temporal sequencing” anyway?
Can you split a shape into fractions? Let’s have a fractured fraction picnic!