## Which One Doesn’t Belong

What it is: A math exploration and critical thinking exercise collection.

Levels: A, B, C, D, E

How to Use it: Students explore images and come up with conjectures and proofs about which one doesn’t belong. Strengthens critical thinking, conjectures, proofs, and the idea that there can be multiple ways to look at something. After kids are familiar with Which One Doesn’t Belong exercises, ask them to come up with their own.

## Fraction War (and activities)

What it is: Fraction Wars Card Deck (printable) with games and ideas (links below the print out).

Levels: C, D, E

How to Use it: Print Fraction War Card deck, games for exploration and practice with fractions found below the card deck image.

## Fraction Talks

What it is: Fraction Talks visuals to foster creative thinking around fractions.

Levels: A, B, C, D, E

How to Use It: Use the Fraction Talk visuals to promote discussion and inquiry around fractions. Similar to a number talk. Use whole-group or small group. Inspiration for classroom use.

## Product Game

What it is: An interactive game for one or two players that exercises skills with factors and multiples. The goal is to get 4 products in a row by moving a marker to the factors to form products. Students can play against the computer or with a partner. (Full instructions for how to play can be found under the game board.)

Levels: C, D, E

How to Use it: Multiplication, factor, multiple practice, activity, game.

## Esti-mysteries: Estimation Meets Math Mysteries

What it is: 51 Math Mysteries that build estimation and problem solving skills.

Level: A, B, C, D

How to Use it: Whole class or small group as a problem solving activity. Estimation and critical thinking.

## Mathitations

What it is: Mindful math-centric breathing routines that introduce mathematical vocabulary and images.

Levels: A, B, C, D, E

How to Use it: These math meditations are a great SEL tool that inspires math talks and visual math tasks. Use it to reset your class OR to open up mathematical inquiries and explorations.

## Zearn Recommended Schedule

What it is: Classroom model for a daily math schedule.

Level: A, B, C, D

How to Use It: Plan a rotational math schedule, differentiation, groups, individualization.