We have resources associated with each video and mathematic concept available in our **Teachers Pay Teachers** store. The Build a Skill worksheets can be used as students work with each video. (You may have to pause the video to best compliment the learning pace of your students.) We also have additional worksheets that support these concepts and can help build out your math curriculum.

Our resident teacher posts a weekly blog about common math situations and the real solutions you can implement immediately. On point and sometimes funny, these Notes from the Teacher support all the lessons in our curriculum.

Flat plane figures or shapes have only two dimensions - length and width. Learn about polygons and circles, area and perimeter, and line and angle relationships.

Figures or shapes in this category have a length and width like 2D geometry but also height or depth. Learn about this third dimension with polyhedrons, volume, and surface area.

There are many mathematical ideas that can be introduced through the study of patterns and relationships as they are applied to algebraic functions. Learn about these methods of problem solving to create a foundation before advancing to algebra.

A fraction is a part of a whole number. Learn how to compare, add, subtract, multiply and divide these types of numbers.

Graphing depicts the relationship between certain sets of numbers or quantities plotted on a set of axes.

Numbers that are less than zero sometimes act differently when used in math equations. Learn how to identify and manipulate negative numbers.

Learn some of the ways that numbers can be classified. Discover how you can determine if numbers are prime or composite, or if they’re abundant, deficient, and perfect.

Statistics is the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data.

Learn other solutions to common math problems that students at all levels encounter. As well as find math solutions in both shorter and longer forms.

- Continuing Education
- There it is Thursdays (on YouTube)
- Quick Takes (on YouTube)
- Summer School (on YouTube)
- Long Form Learning (on YouTube)

These are games your students can play that have a mathematical twist! This is an excellent resource for students working independently in small groups or for a substitute working in the classroom.

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