Mathematics has been regarded as a universal language for a long time. The truth is a bit more complicated. We learn math in the language in which it is taught, meaning that math and language are inextricably connected. Regardless, math is a subject taught worldwide, and one thing’s for sure: hands-on math activities can help young learners practice various concepts—from counting to recognizing number patterns—no matter where they’re from or where they are on their mathematical journey.
Try These Math Activities in Your Classroom
Get your students hooked on math with these eight games and activities. Some of these activities are also part of Teacher’s Corner, our hub full of bite-size professional learning resources. Many of these activities turn mathe-matics into mathe-magic! Not only will students get to perform magic tricks for one another, but you get to explore the math behind the curtain.
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