Math at JJIS
Math Specialist, Bette Leisten e-mail: email@example.com
Math Teacher, Patty Tedford e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Math Teacher, Julie Putnam e-mail: email@example.com
February/March Calendar Menu of Math Choices
Dear Parents/Guardians: Please read the Newsletter About JJIS Math here!
LEARN EUREKA MATH WITH JJIS STUDENTS! Watch these videos to see students solving and explaining their math application problems. Just watching will make you smarter! View the Links to videos of kids doing their math work! Click on the links below:
Parent Guides to our Math Modules
Math Modules created to give parents and students a better understanding of the math concepts found in Eureka Math.
Math Module 1: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Math Module 2: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Math Module 3: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Math Module 4: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Math Module 5: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
Math Module 6: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
The JJIS math lab provides students with opportunities to practice math and learn at their own pace. We use many online programs that can also be accessed from home if your child would like to work on math!
Deep Sea Dual (new!)
Figure This Challenges from NCTM
Cool Math Skills lessons and activities
Fun Brain Skills games (for practice, not teaching the concepts)
Learn Zillion: A website that has video lessons to help parents and students understand math concepts or how math concepts are being taught. Videos are often appropriate for students to watch as well. Search for your grade-level and topic on the left or input a video quick code. Example: If you want to learn how to plot a unit fraction on a number line input this quick code: LZ1727
NCTM Illuminations (interactives) Lessons, interactive activities and resources for teachers and parents. Scroll over to the right to choose interactives that are appropriate for a certain grade level.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Concept building activities. These require some instruction for students using it (help found in upper right of each activity) but really help students understand how math works!
Apps for iPads/iPhones
Deep Sea Flow
Sushi Monster- A Scholastic app for math fact fluency, increase speed and accuracy as you feed sushi to the monster!
Meteor Math- Practice fluency for all four operations.
Pizza Fractions- A simple visually-based introduction to fractions.
Divisibility Dash- Practice recognizing multiples of a number and applying divisibility tests.
Madagascar Math- Solve mathematical problems to free the Zoosters!
Hands On Equations 1:
Hands On Equations 2:
Let's Play Games!
Blockus, The Allowance Game, Shut the Box, Yatzee, Gobble It, Set, Q-Bitz, and Backgammon. These games should be played over and over so kids begin to see patterns, build understanding, and develop strategies over time.