Teachers are working hard to provide resources and materials to students. Please use the links below if your child is interested in going further in a specific area or would like additional challenges.
Youcubed at Home – visit this site for home activities that help students at home continue to explore and learn maths in rich and creative ways
Building Bridges –
- Watch the reading of the book 21 Elephants and Still Standing using this link below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgWHb5bK80M
- Research/investigate different types of bridges
- Build your own bridge out of recycled materials around your house. How much can your bridge hold? Take pictures of your work to share!
Visual Patterns – visit this site to find a variety of different patters. Can you extend them? How many in the 5th picture? The 10th? The 100th? Extension: Can you find the rule for the pattern?
10 Design Challenges – STEM Attached are the directions for the Ten Thinking Challenges using recycled materials you can make at home. Can’t wait to see your creativity!
My Dream Playground
- Watch this video to see a variety of playground ideas.
- If you could design a playground of your dreams what would it look like? What would you include? Who would have access to your playground?
- Draw a 2-D model of your playground and be sure to label it.
- Want an extra challenge? Can you build your playground or make a model of it? Can you determine the cost to build your playground? Be sure to take pictures and record your work to share!
Project Based Learning at Home – information for parents and how to get started.
Lego30daychallenge – use this site for some Lego building inspiration
Visit the site Wonderopolis. Each day a new “wonder” is posted with follow up resources and guidance. Over 2000 questions from many disciplines to search. It is for learners of all ages; however, younger children may need reading support. There is also a search tab where students can type questions for things they
Math Games (that incorporate problem solving and logical thinking)
K-2 – Greg Tang Math Games