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Asynchronous Math Activities

Here are activities for students who are home without math instruction. These activities are meant to stimulate your mathematical thinking while your teachers prepare remote learning lessons or you return to school.

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Activities for students in Kindergarten and 1st grade.

Play 1, 2, Nim
Watch this video and learn how to play 1, 2, Nim. A super fun math game.
Click this tile to learn about Counting Collections at home.
Click this tile to learn about Counting Collections at home.
Learn about the Oldest Student
Learn about the Oldest Student. Listen to a story about perseverance with Ms. Wilson
Counting Collections
Click this link to learn about Counting Collections at home. What can you count?
The Hide Game
Watch this video and learn how to play the Hide Game!
Play Handful of Snap Cubes
To play, you will need: Things to Count – Paper & Pencil – Ten frames (if you have them!)
Look For Shapes
Watch this video and join in the quest for shapes in your neighborhood.

Which one Doesn't Belong?
One of these donuts is not like the other? Ask your friends. Ask your family. Which one doesn’t belong?

Activities for students in 2nd and 3rd grade.

Multiplication by Heart
Multiplication by Heart. Practice your multiplication facts with this fun game.
Subtracting Reverses
Learn the Subtracting Reverses activity with Ms. Allen. For this activity, you will need a pencil, paper, and a hundreds chart.
Pico Fermi Bagel!
Click the tile to watch a video and learn to play a super fun math game with Mr. Robert and Ms. Redmond. Try playing now!
Don't Break the Bank
Watch this video and learn to play don’t break the bank. Become a math super-star.
Counting on Katherine
Listen to Ms. Wilson reading Counting on Katherine

Number Talk
Gather your friends and faimly. Look at this image. How can you find the total number of soccer balls without counting them all?
Three act Task: The Whopper Jar.
Click the link to see the three acts. Stop after each act (picture or video) to think about the questions?

Which One Doesn't Belong
One of these badges is not like the other? Ask your friends. Ask your family. Which one doesn’t belong?

Activities for students in 4th and 5th grade.

3 mathematical games you can play with just paper and pencil.
3 mathematical games you can play with just paper and pencil.
3 -Act Task
Stop after Each video or ‘act’ to discuss the questions.
Open Middle Tasks
Use your mouse or finger to drag and drop your thinking. How many answers are there!?!
Stretch out with a Video
What is going on when we divide by zero? Is it any different than any other number?
Learn about Volume in Minecraft
Learn about Volume in Minecraft. Build your knowledge!
Questions about math in your world
They say math is everywhere. Where can you find it?
Create a Fractal! (use the learn and save tools in the corner)
Create a Fractal! (use the learn and save tools in the corner)

Broken Calculator
The calculator is broken. Some buttons don’t work. Can you still get to the answers?

Secondary math asynchronous activities are located on the web-based ‘Desmos’ platform. Students do not need to create a Desmos account to complete these activities. If students have an account, their work will be saved.

Use the links below to access the activity. Students with accounts can click Sign in with Desmos. Students without accounts can click Continue without signing in; they will type their name and the activity will begin.

Activities for students in Math 6

Balloons
Balloon Float
Click this tile to determine the number of balloons needed to float different objects.
target
(Awesome) Coordinate Plane Activity
Click this tile to graph points to hit the bullseye of a target.
Mini Golf Marbleslides
Practice graphing coordinates in a game of mini golf.

Activities for students in Math 7

running shoe
The Running Game
Click this tile to use proportional reasoning to predict how long it will take someone to run seven miles.
robot
Click Battle
Click this tile explore unit rate in the Click Battle arena.
tiles
Pool Border Problem
Click this tile to construct numerical and algebraic expressions to determine the number of tiles that border a pool.

Activities for students in Math 8

Guess my Rule
Click this tile to learn about functions by using input-output pairs in a table.
flag
Flags
Click this tile to explore linear relationships by observing the start heights and rates of change of several flags as they are raised and lowered.
cat
Dapper Cats
Click this tile to see how a set of data points can be analyzed as a single thing, not just a bunch of disconnected points.

Secondary math asynchronous activities are located on the web-based ‘Desmos’ platform. Students do not need to create a Desmos account to complete these activities. If students have an account, their work will be saved.

Use the links below to access the activity. Students with accounts can click Sign in with Desmos. Students without accounts can click Continue without signing in; they will type their name and the activity will begin.

Activities for students in Algebra 1 and beyond

Marbleslides -Lines
Click this tile to transform lines so that marbles go through the stars.
Card Sort – Exponential Functions
Click this tile to match equations to properties of the graphs they will produce.
Marbleslides – Parabolas
Click this tile to transform parabolas so that marbles go through the stars.

Activities for students in Geometry and beyond

Transformers
Click this tile to explore transformations of plane figures and describe these movements in everyday language.
Tessellations
Click this tile to create and examine different patterns of shapes and complex designs that exhibit rotational symmetry.
Line Zapper
Click this tile to “zap” lines by identifying their solutions. Begin by zapping individual lines and then systems of linear equations.

Activities for students in Algebra 2 and beyond

Penny Circle
Click this tile to gather data, build a model, and then answer the question, “How many pennies fit in a large circle?”
Polynomial Equation Challenge
Click this tile to create polynomial equations to match given zeros and points.
Symmetry
Click this tile to develop an informal understanding of symmetry of functions.