Players are given a quantity of ingredients and must find the matching quantity from three choices.
Players must quickly determine the quantity needed before the ingredients disappear. This challenge helps players practice the ability to 'see' a small amount of objects and know how many there are without counting.
This challenges builds counting skills. Players are given a number of ingredients and they must count the quantity by clicking the bubbles.
A solid understanding of the numbers 1 through 10 leads to success with place-value concepts. In this challenge, a ten-frame helps players form a mental image of the numbers represented as they help find the missing quantity.
Players are given a number and directions on whether more or less is needed. They have three numbers from which to choose.
Players are asked “Which is the least amount?” or “Which is the greatest amount?” and must pick from three choices.
This challenge encourages players to count additional ingredients without restarting at one. Players are given a quantity and then a total quantity that is needed. They must “count on” to get to the total quantity.
Players must solve simple word problems using addition and subtraction skills. Watch out! The monster is gobbling up ingredients.
Players use addition skills to help build the toy eggs. They are given a quantity and must add from three number choices to get to the total.
Players are given an equation that is missing an amount. They must pick the missing amount from three choices using addition and subtraction skills.
Salsa is Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade. Puppets in familiar stories, digital graphics and animation teach the language.
Count On It
Count On It! is a fun and innovative way to teach children mathematics. This video series features two puppets, Blossom and Snappy, who both love finding math in everyday situations.
Education Matters Blog
The Education Matters blog covers topics and trends in education, as well as school-specific success stories. The “Share Your Story” initiative allows teachers from all over the state to upload a guest blog, sharing how they are innovating and integrating technology in their classroom.