Math Review Activities

It's hard to believe another school year is coming to an end! The final weeks of school are the perfect time to try out a math review game with your class to revisit the important math skills your little learners have mastered this year. In the iKnowIt May blog post, we feature three easy, fun math review games you can do with your class, virtually or in the classroom. Read on to find out more. Read More 

Measurement Activity for Spring

Spring has arrived and plants are springing to life all around! Challenge your students to put their measurement skills to the test this spring with a fun math activity that teaches them to measure the height of flowers using standard and metric units. Your students will discover that flowers aren't the only things growing this spring—their math skills are too! Read on to find out more. Read More 

Teach Basic Fraction Concepts

Introduce three basic fraction skills to your little learners with these hands-on math activities. In our latest blog post, we're featuring three fun math games that reinforce early fraction concepts. Learn about equal and non-equal parts, fractions of shapes, and fractions of sets with flexible, engaging activities that are perfect for the visual learner, kinesthetic learner, social learner, and just about every student in between! Read on to find out more. Read More 

Classifying Triangles Art Project

Practice classifying triangles with a geometry art project your students will love! Read our February blog post to discover how your little learners can classify triangles by their angles or sides as they create a beautiful landscape picture featuring mountains. This math art project is a powerful teaching tool for helping kids understand triangle classifications. Read on to find out more! Read More 

Play Math Games with Number Sliders

Slide your way into math success in the new year with a fun math activity featuring homemade number sliders your students will love! This hands-on math craft is easy to put together and helps little ones practice a wide variety of math concepts, from place value to patterns and number sequences. Read on to learn how your students can make their own number sliders and use them to practice math skills! Read More