Math

Math is more than memorizing formulas and doing calculations. Math involves:

  • Highly practical and hands-on problems and skills
  • Rich problem-solving activities in collaboration with your peers
  • Some problems that will stretch your understanding to the abstract and theoretical
  • Using technology to develop, demonstrate and communicate your mathematical understandings

K-6 Math Parent resources links: https://education.alberta.ca/mathematics-k-6/program-of-studies/

7–9 Math Parent resources links: https://education.alberta.ca/mathematics-7-9/program-of-studies/

Solving together:

Grade 6 

Games 

Stop or Dare Game  

Twinkle Twinkle Game  

Puzzles and Problems 

Shape Times Shape 

Shape Times Shape Help 

Shape Times Shape Solution 

Times Right 

Times Right Solution 

Colour in the Square 

Colour in the Square Interactive  

Colour in the Square Help 

Colour in the Square Solution  

Grade 7 

Games 

Twinkle Twinkle Game  

Estimating Angles Game  

Puzzles and Problems 

Route to Infinity 

Route to Infinity Solution   

Times Right 

Times Right Solution  

Colour in the Square 

Colour in the Square Interactive  

Colour in the Square Help 

Colour in the Square Solution  

Grade 8 

Games 

Estimating Angles Game  

Connect Three Game   

Puzzles and Problems 

Factor Track 

Factor Track Solution  

 Prime Magic 

Prime Magic Solution   

Sticky Numbers 

Sticky Numbers Solution   

Grade 9 

Games 

Connect Three Game  

Stop or Dare Game  

Puzzles and Problems 

Factor Track 

Factor Track Help 

Factor Track Solution  

Prime Magic 

Prime Magic Solution   

Sticky Numbers 

Sticky Numbers Help 

Sticky Numbers Solution  

Squares in Rectangles 

Squares in Rectangles Help 

Squares in Rectangles Solution  

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