Read our November blog post to learn about three clever math activities you can use with your students to help them identify prime numbers and composite numbers. Students will become number investigators as they learn whether a number is prime, composite, or neither. Click the link below to read the article.
Give your students plenty of practice with basic money skills using interactive math activities from iKnowIt.com. Our money games feature important topics like identifying coins (USA and Canadian), counting coins, adding money, subtracting money, making change, and more. Try an online money activity with your class!
Teacher Tip: Choose How Math Lesson Scores Are Displayed
Did you know you can choose how scores are displayed to students after they have completed a math lesson? Go to the “General Lesson Settings” under “My Account” when you are logged in, and choose whether students will see the number of questions correct out of the total or the percentage of questions correct. Change how scores are displayed at any time.
Enter the November Sweepstakes
This month we are giving away 15 sets of hand2mind Plastic Rainbow Fraction Tiles to one lucky winner! These brightly-colored math manipulatives will help students visually learn to name and compare fractions. Be sure to go to our contest page and put your name in the drawing by November 30th for your chance to win!
Help your students practice a variety of math skills with word problem activities on I Know It. Browse our word problem math lessons for first grade through fifth grade and reinforce important math concepts, including the four operations. Give one of our word problem activities a go today!
It’s that time of year when we remember to give thanks, and the I Know It team wants to say a heartfelt, “Thank you!” to our amazing community. We couldn’t do what we do without you! Thanks for choosing digital math practice for your class.