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Making Coffee by Multiplying

Making Coffee by Multiplying

With the help of Jennifer Elliott from the Intrepid, learn all about multiplication through the doubling and tripling of instant coffee. The crew loved coffee!

Number Jump

Number Jump

Practice counting and hop from number to number in Number Jump! Norah Jones shows how you can play by building a number path and rolling a die to see how many spaces to hop. Challenge a friend, and find out who can make it to the end of the number path and back first!

Water Race

Water Race

Do a water race with Norah! Race yourself or your friend and experiment with different ways to move to find the fastest way to finish the race. Then, use subtraction to compare times to find out which was the fastest, and by how much!

Number Jump

Jump from number to number in this counting game.

Multiples and Movement

Multiples and Movement

Practice multiplication while moving your body with this video from Camp TV. This video from Move to Improve combines aerobic fitness with a fun math lesson.

Fractions Race

Fractions Race

Learn about fractions and see how quickly you can make them from a set of objects you collect at home in this math game video from Camp TV. Race against the clock or against a friend!

True or False Multiplication

True or False Multiplication

Math plus movement equals a great way to learn! Join Lori Ann from the New York City Department of Education to play a movement game while practicing multiplication equations.

Rounding Rollercoaster

Rounding Rollercoaster

Take a ride on the rounding roller coaster in this video from Camp TV. Use your number rounding skills to determine whether your roller coaster can make it over the hill.

Bowl for the Goal

Bowl for the Goal

Practice skip counting and addition with this fun bowling game video from Camp TV. You need to gather a ball, 10 recycled cans or bottles, some tape and marker to play along.

Match My Height

Match My Height

Practice your measuring skills with this math game video from Camp TV. All you need is a tape measure or ruler and several objects from around the house.