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Free certificates to motivate your students or children!
At Buzzmath, we believe it’s important to highlight students’ perseverance and learning in order to motivate and encourage them to continue their math learning. That’s why we’ve decided to offer free downloadable certificates. You can
What factors should you consider when looking for supplemental math resources?
The main learning resources that are used in schools generally do not cover all the needs of students. After all, there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to teaching and learning. Teachers use supplemental material to fill in those gap
Math games for the Holidays
Math games for the Holidays. Approximate duration: 45 minutes. Recommended levels: Grades 1 and 2, and grades 5 and 6
Turn Math into a Cool Math Game
Games are entertaining. That’s why children (and adults) love games! By turning math learning time into a cool math game, your child can have fun and build math skills at the same time.
How Can I Motivate My Child at Home in Math?
Curiosity and motivation are key to math success.
Halloween : Math Escape Game
A Halloween Activity for the Classroom or at Home! Approximate duration: 45 minutes Recommended levels: Grades 3 and 4
Buzzmath Is Here to Help Parents
During the summer break, it is important to give your child the opportunity to review what he or she should already know in math and develop further understanding of mathematics. Buzzmath has components that can be used to support learning fr
How We Got Here and What’s Next
The coronavirus has cast a shadow of uncertainty over education in the U.S., resulting in confusion for educators and parents. The pandemic came about late in the last school year, which made the decision to distance learn for those few remainin
Equity: One of our guiding principles
Last year, my friend Sunil Singh (@MathGarden) published an article on Medium entitled “Equity in Math Education: It is a Journey not a Destination.” In the article, Sunil took care to explain that Scolab (creator of Netmath and Buzzmath)
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