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Welcome! Please feel free to contribute however you feel you can, or just use this as a resource for you! If you arrived here from elsewhere, this is the letter explaining this spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XpRjuK2NXt0BXBY6zcfcLL2bGVJ-VKDUV6ptLjFK-34/editNeed Support?
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https://playwithyourmath.com/Any!Puzzles that are accessible to most but interesting for many. Just because a problem is easy to state doesn't mean it's easy to solve.
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http://dev.chrislusto.com/loops/Any!One of the activities from Anna Weltman's book, digitized. Ripe for conjectures while also being playful and accessible.
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https://www.amazon.com/This-Not-Maths-Book-Activity/dp/1782402055Any!All of the activities from Anna Weltman's book, but you'll have to wait for it to ship.
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https://arbitrarilyclose.com/2016/08/21/the-mathematicians-project-mathematicians-are-not-just-white-dudes/Any!All students can read about mathematicians, though you may need to do some more work to find grade level reading material for the younger ages
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https://www.maa.org/sites/default/files/pdf/ebooks/pdf/LivingProof_WEB.pdf
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http://www.estimation180.com/Any!Estimating is an important skill - this site will provide you with tons of ways to incorporate estimation in an online learning capacity.Yes
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https://stevewyborney.com/2019/09/51-esti-mysteries/Any!Esti-mysteries by Steve Wyborney is a perfect tool to send home for students while schools are closed!Yes
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wodb.caAny!Which One Doesn't Belong is a fun activity that embeds mathematical problem-solving skills and also targets content. If your school is online learning, you can do this online. If your school is not, print some of these out and have kids engage with them at home.Yes, send them to https://talkingmathwithkids.com/2015/01/07/building-a-better-shapes-book-2/ for reference
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https://solveme.edc.orgAny!Students can choose from 3 types of solving puzzles: balance hangers, sudoku-like puzzles and guess my number syle puzzlesYes
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https://www.youcubed.org/week-inspirational-math/#wimAny!Week of Inspirational Math activities and task help students build a sense of identity as a mathematician.
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https://www.youcubed.org/tasks/Any!Tasks for all grade levels that are fun and able to be played via online or print.Yes
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https://www.gamesforyoungminds.com/ElementaryMathy games kids can playYes
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http://tjzager.com/2017/08/18/daphnes-dream-drop-everything-and-math/ElementaryTracy Zager's daughter thought we should "Drop Everything and Math" just like we "Drop Everything and Read" - there are some links to resources at the end of the post.
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https://www.pepnonprofit.org/uploads/2/7/7/2/2772238/acing_math.pdfElementaryTONS of math games using only a deck of cards!Yes
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gregtangmath.comElementaryMath games and resources - very engaging!Yes
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http://www.pepnonprofit.org/uploads/3/4/0/7/34070191/prime_and_composite_lines.pdfUpper ElementaryReview prime and composite with this game using only dice and the gameboardYes
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https://mathmunch.org/Middle-High School"great finds from around the mathematical internet."
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https://explore-math.weebly.com/about.htmlHigh SchoolSam Shah's Explore Math project, in a beautiful website format!
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https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/589e5e51e9baeda305df5cf3Coordinate grid onlyMarbleslides is a content aligned but oh so fun activity
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https://teacher.desmos.com/search?q=marbleslides8th grade and onThis set of marbleslides is linear and beyond
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https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/5984b0d9723ca40cd48051d6High SchoolEven more marbleslides!
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http://dailydesmos.com/how-to-play/8th grade and onShow students a graph and they have to figure out how to replicate it (so the linear ones are accessible to middle schoolers)
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https://mathplayground.comGrades 1 - 6Hundreds of math games and logic puzzles. Free to use.
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Grades 3 +The classic Four 4s problem is fun and engaging and a great way to spark curiosity.Yes
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http://www.visualpatterns.org/
middle school and high school
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https://knp.kentuckymathematics.org/family/online_act.phpPK-3
Online activities to support students' math experiences through gamified learning.
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https://knp.kentuckymathematics.org/family/games_print.phpPK-3Board games, printables, and fun, joyful math activities that kids can play with someone at home. Yes
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http://www.pepnonprofit.org/uploads/3/4/0/7/34070191/acing_math.pdfPK-5A ton of math games kids can play using only a deck of cards!Yes
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http://www.pepnonprofit.org/uploads/3/4/0/7/34070191/prime_and_composite_lines.pdf4-5Prime or Composite Game to reinforce topic - all is needed is game board printed or on device and dice
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http://www.pepnonprofit.org/uploads/3/4/0/7/34070191/product_tac_toe.pdf3-5Product Tic Tac Toe - all that's needed is a game board!Yes
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tinyurl.com/MathResources4HomePK-5Resources compiled in easy to use manner for parents.Yes!
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https://www.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/resources/courseware/courseware.html
7-12Courseware for all the topics in the Ontario Curriculum, with lesson and exercisesYes!
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https://www.nytimes.com/column/whats-going-on-in-this-graphWeekly notice and wonder prompt from the NY Times called "What's Going on in this graph?"Yes
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