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Resources for Grade 7 to Grade 10
Resources for Grade 7 to Grade 10
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Baking and CookingWhen you and your child are baking or cooking together try: - Measuring amounts - Doubling, tripling, halving a recipe
Grocery ShoppingHere are some ways you can incorporate math when you and your child are shopping: - Comparing the costs of items - Estimating the bill - Rounding decimals - Staying on budget (financial literacy) - Reading nutritional value tables
Household Budgets and Financial LiteracyMath is all around us and is an important part of our daily lives. Math can be part of household budgeting when: - Budgeting for groceries - Saving up for something they want - Estimating
TravellingYou can incorporate math when travelling while: - Packing - Investigating time change and rates of exchange - Judging and estimating distance - Applying mapping skills - Budgeting/estimating costs

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"The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure" by Hans Magnus EnzensbergerThrough the eyes of a boy who hates math, this book introduces readers to a variety of different numbers (i.e., infinite numbers, prime numbers, Fibonacci numbers, numbers that appear in triangles, etc.) to help him understand number in increasing complexity and reduce his math anxiety.
OverDrive​OverDrive eBooks provides fun and informative age-appropriate popular fiction and non-fiction in a permanent always growing York Region District School Board eLibrary. Picture books, read along books, simple chapter books, graphic novels and much more are available for staff and students to be borrowed. e-Books can be read in any web browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari) on mobile and desktop devices at school and can also be accessed via the Overdrive App on personal devices. Login Information: Enter 0+9 digit student number (example: 0123456789)
The Pythagoras Series By Julie Ellis"What’s Your Angle, Pythagoras" supports students understanding of Pythagorean theorem and "Pythagoras and the Ratios" helps students explore the Pythagorean ratios using a fun story.
The Sir Cumferance Book Series By Cindy NeuschwanderThese books use an engaging medieval setting, along with humour, to support the understanding of different mathematical concepts, like lines and angles, circles and pi, place value, fractions, perimeter, area and volume, etc.

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AbaloneAbalone is a strategy game that involves two players going head to head, ‘pushing’ each other’s marbles off the board. Throughout the game, you and your child can engage in a meaningful dialogue about problem solving (mathematical processes) and spatial reasoning (geometry and spatial sense.) Where is the Math? The game encourages the use of problem solving skills and deepening the understanding of orientation and location/movements
GridGrid is a fun game that can support children in learning and reinforcing multiplication facts by visually representing factors and products using grid arrays.
Prime ClimbPrime Climb is a board game that involves the use of arithmetic, knowledge of number properties and relations and creative thinking to propel one player to the centre of the board. Through making sense of the board, you can investigate the connections among prime numbers, factors, and multiples (number sense and numeration) with your child through these beautiful and intuitive visuals. Where is the Math? This game reinforces the understanding of prime numbers, factors and multiples.
SetSet is a classic card game that promotes the development of visual perception, logical thinking, and knowledge of geometric attributes (geometry & spatial sense). You and your child can also engage in deep mathematical thinking (mathematical processes: reasoning and proving) throughout the game. Where is the Math? The game deepens the understanding of geometry attributes, sorting and comparing, as well as the use of reasoning and proving skills.

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Desmos Graphing CalculatorFree online graphing calculator.
EquatIO Instructional VideosEquatIO is a digital math tool that allows users to easily add equations, formulas and graphs to Google documents, it is now available for free to all YRDSB students. Students will be prompted in install the tool when they log into their gapps account within the Google Chrome environment. For more information on how to use EquatIO, please view the EquatIO Instructional Videos.
Estimation 180Children work on their estimation skills by talking about their noticings and wonderings about the images of everyday objects.
IlluminationsMeaningful math problems, fun math games and puzzles.
Inspiring Your Child to Learn and Love MathThis resource supports parents in helping their child in mathematics.
Math Path OntarioExplore how math course selections in grades 9 and 10 can open up different education and career pathways.
MathiesThe mathies.ca website houses Ontario Ministry of Education developed resources to support mathematics learning from Kindergarten to Grade 12. There are links to games, activities, learning tools, additional supports and home supports.
MathifyFree one-on-one online math help with Ontario teachers for Ontario students in grades 7-10.
NRICHThis site offers a variety of fun games, learning tools and activities to support your child in math.
Problem of the WeekInteresting multi-step problems that promote deep thinking skills and application from University of Waterloo.
SolveMe MobilesSolving for the missing values through interactive visuals; great transition to algebraic thinking.
Which One Doesn’t Belong?This website offers visuals that promote reasoning and communication skills as children share their thinking about their choice of which one does not belong.
Wild MathsMeaningful math problems, fun math games and puzzles.
Wired MathGames and puzzles.
youcubed Parent ResourcesLinks to articles about supporting math learning.
Zukei PuzzlesMake the shape that is listed at the top of the page. The vertices of the shape must be dots on the graph.

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