Daily Numeracy Practice
"An information- and technology-based society requires individuals who are able to think critically about complex issues, analyse and adapt to new situations, solve problems of various kinds, and communicate their thinking effectively. The study of mathematics equips students with knowledge, skills, and habits of mind that are essential for successful and rewarding participation in such a society".
Ministry of Education Mathematics Curriculum
In order to facilitate the problem-solving and communication processes, students are encouraged to practice basic numeration skills (+ / - / x / ÷) on a daily basis. The following are links that provide students the opportunity to practice and master such skills in an engaging way:
Web Math Minute - Printable & online practice of + / - / x / ÷
Math Flash Cards - Online practice of + / - / x / ÷
Online MULTIPLICATION Flash Cards (up to 9s)
TVO Kids Tumbleweed's Math Maze game
Pearson "Math Makes Sense" Resources
Resources for Parents
The following resources, Helping Your Child Learn Math and Doing Mathematics with Your Child (K-6), are publications by the Ministry of Education detailing simple ways in which you can help support what your child is learning in the classroom.
Figure This! Math challenges for children and families, by strand
Resources for Students
Helpful and engaging links for students. Lessons. Games. Activities. Stuff.
Math Dictionary for Kids - Math terms & their definitions
Jump Math - Free Math Tools for Students and Parents
Online Math Learning
Khan Academy - Free Math Practice
IXL - Online Math Practice (Ontario Curriculum Links)
XP Math GAMES
Number Sense and Numeration
Geometry and Spatial Sense
Patterning and Algebra
TVO Kids Flower Frenzy game