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08.31.2022 | Scolab
How to save time using collections

Organizing Buzzmath activities to suit your teaching—a little like creating a playlist—is simple with the collections!

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Free resources and activities
06.08.2022 | Scolab
Math in colors – free image to color in (grades 1 to 4)

Celebrate the beautiful weather with a fun math activity that students in grades 1 to 4 will love: an image to color in!

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Free resources and activities Pedagogy
06.03.2022 | Scolab
Highlight their efforts with personalized certificates!

Highlight students’ successes with free personalized certificates. Download them today!

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Teaching math
05.16.2022 | Scolab
Do you use quizzes?

Teachers often tell us that a lot of their work involves evaluating students. But are tests the only way to evaluate students?

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Free resources and activities
12.17.2021 | Athlene Whyte
4 Fun Multiplication Games for Students

Make multiplication practice more fun by using games. Here are 4 multiplication games that children can play.

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Buzzmath
09.27.2021 | Simon Lavallée
New activities to promote the memorization of number facts

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Pedagogy
09.14.2021 | Athlene Whyte
Setting Goals with Your Child

Children have different emotions about returning to school each year. Some children are excited, some are anxious, and some may be a little scared. Setting personal goals with your child can help them to think about what they want to achieve, motivate them, build confidence, and help to foster independence both inside and outside the classroom.

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Pedagogy
06.29.2021 | Athlene Whyte
First Steps in Homeschooling Your Child

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Free resources and activities Teaching math
04.15.2021 | Athlene Whyte
6 Fun Math Games to Use in Class or at Home!

Games can be very entertaining. Math games provide opportunities for students to develop fluency, deepen mathematical thinking and strategies, and promote retention. Of course, it may take some thought to create a game that develops math skills, b

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The history of math
02.18.2021 | Athlene Whyte
Blacks and the History of Mathematics

When we look at Black history and the contributions of Blacks to society, we tend to look at Blacks in America. This represents a relatively brief period in history, generally spanning from the days of slavery to the present, and gives a very sk

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