Solve Me – Who Am I?

Sharpen your math skills playing a game of “Solve Me – Who Am I?”. This interactive resource is good for number sense math concepts and algebraic equations. Play and solve puzzles at different levels. Build puzzles using coding blocks. Challenge yourself with a Bingo puzzle by solving each clue and selecting that number on the card before advancing to the next clue. Your goal is to fill in the blanks for the missing digits and solve the mystery.

This could be a bell-ringer activity or a 5-minute opening activity to start off your math class or as students log in for the day to get the gears turning in their brains. Click on the image tile below for a full view of the question type.

Prevent the Summer Math Slide

Fog Stone Isle is an online virtual world that helps students achieve a better understanding of math concepts and fluency. fog stoneThe focus is on rational numbers (fractions, ratios, proportions, and units) for students in grades 5-8.  The games are designed to be engaging, have a deep integration of neuroscientific learning principles, and effective pedagogy.

Student tracking and reporting are included with the Cignition program. This program is worth the time to investigate and put to good use. Help your students or your own children retain what they’ve learned in school and be steps ahead for the upcoming school year. Set up a teacher account for summer school use or a parent account for home use.¬†Accounts are free.

Check out the extra incentive. It’s sure to capture a student’s interest.