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  • Our expert talks: The Truth About Fractions

    Fractions are an important part of students’ course curriculum, and teachers are presented with the challenge of ensuring that they understand this concept. In this article, our Math expert, Sunil, shares his thoughts on the most effective methods of introducing the concept of fractions. Why is it so hard to…

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  • OUR EXPERT ANSWERS #5: “How can we make students passionate about Math?”

    Curiosity for math creates love for math! Nurturing students’ curiosity about math undoubtedly instills in them a passion for math. But how do we do this? In this new video, our math expert Sunil gives you some tips and advice. To read the related article, please click here.

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  • Optical illusion

    Sonya has dreamed up a new brain teaser! Ready? Sonya has another challenging puzzle for you this month. Can you tell which of the two is greater: the total area of yellow or the total area of blue? You will find the answer here. Try to solve more of Sonya’s puzzles.  

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  • Our expert talks: How can we make students passionate about Math?

    Math can be endlessly fascinating! This is the subject of our expert Sunil Singh’s new article. If you have any questions or experiences you would like to share with Sunil, please do so in the comments section, and he will get back to you in his next video. Nurturing a…

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  • OUR EXPERT ANSWERS #4: “What is the Golden Ticket For Future Learning?”

    Math Education in the Digital Age #2 In this new video, our expert Sunil give us a glimpse into what could be the future of Mathematics. A future in which accurate weather forecasts can be made for an entire year thanks to prime numbers, computer intelligence and very sophisticated algorithms.…

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  • An ace behind the wheel

    A new challenge to jumpstart the month of March! Not only is Sonya great at creating puzzles, she is also an outstanding driver. Today, she challenges you to find the number of the space where she parked. You will find the answer here. Try to solve more of Sonya’s puzzles.

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  • Best social mentions for February

    This month on our social media This month’s best social mentions go to Mr. Boatfield, a teacher at  Marion Elementary school and Ann Nicastro, a teacher at Northeast Scranton Intermediate School! We love to see your students training on Buzzmath and enjoying it! Please continue to share your experiences with…

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  • From chalkboard to Buzzmath: the direction of education

    What is our heritage? I remember when I was about 12 years old, my homeroom teacher talked about the chalkboard, once considered to be the latest technology. I laughed; in fact, we all did. I thought to myself, a chalkboard is not wired, it doesn’t play music or play movies.…

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  • Our expert talks: Math Education in the Digital Age #2

    “Kids don’t hate mathematics because it is hard; kids hate mathematics because it is boring,” explains Sunil, while noticing that millions of subscribers are currently following YouTube channels dedicated to mathematics. In this article, our expert continues his discussion of how the Digital revolution has influenced  learning methods by unveiling…

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  • The People Behind Buzzmath: Sunil

    Leadership and Vision from a Math Expert Over his 20 years of classroom experience and a decade of leadership, Sunil has acquired a deep amount of knowledge, particularly around the four distinct curricula: Common Core, Canadian, Cambridge IGCSE and the International Baccalaureate. He also contributes on a regular basis to…

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  • OUR EXPERT ANSWERS #3: “How should kids be learning Math today?” (video)

    Math Education in the Digital Age In his latest article “Our expert talks”, Sunil Singh explains how the Digital revolution has called learning methods into question by offering new and free opportunities for mass learning and skills development. Sunil observes that this questioning has not occurred in Math education yet, and…

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  • Angles & triangles

    New activities involving angles and triangles are now available on Buzzmath Angle-Angle criterion for similarity Imagine a dialogue between two triangles: What’s my angle? What’s your angle? So… are we similar?  In this activity, students learn to demonstrate that two triangles are similar by finding angles with the same measure.…

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  • Love is in the air!

    A hearty challenge Sonya was in a romantic mood when she created this special Valentine’s Day puzzle. Match each item with a number to solve the riddle. The solutions to the last two challenges will be posted very soon! Did you have fun? To see all of Sonya’s puzzles, click here…

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  • The Characters from the Buzzmath Universe

    Behind the scenes Today, we are opening the doors of our studio to let you discover our illustrations. In fact, all the pictures you see in Buzzmath are created by our team. Here is how our very unique universe and characters are shaped and brought to life. A fun, dynamic…

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  • How to monitor your students’ progress with Buzzmath?

    Assign specific activities, choose what you want to track and get accuracy reports to be closer to your students’ needs! Do you know that Buzzmath allows you to monitor progress of individual students or the class as a whole? Thanks to Tracking Assignments, you can set specific activities on which…

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