Do you know what day it is today? It’s 100 days of school, hooray! This rhyming Miniclip celebrates everything students have seen, learned and shared in their first hundred days at school, from making friends, to letters and numbers, to countries and body parts. A wonderful way for students and teachers to celebrate a major milestone in schooling together. Show Less
Harry Bear and his friends are back, this time in English and Spanish! Dive in, splash along, and count all the fun fish as they swim in the lake. From one to ten, and from diez to uno, count them all while learning opposites like short, long / corto, largo; descriptions like yellow, blue / amarillo, azul; actions like swim, dive / nadar, saltar; and so much more! Show Less
Learn what place value means, and what ones, tens and hundreds are. Students will help out our friend the farmer to group his apple harvest in piles of 10 and 100 apples.
Learn how to divide fractions with our astronaut friend! This video features several exercises with fun examples.
Learn how to multiply fractions with our astronaut friend! This video features several exercises with fun examples.
In this Miniclip, students learn about the base 10 system and how the place of a digit determines its value. Using a place value chart to count blocks, students will also understand how to partition three-digit numbers and how three-digit numbers are comprised of hundreds, tens and ones. Show Less
In this Miniclip, students learn about the base 10 system and how the place of a digit determines its value. Using a place value chart to count blocks, students will also understand how to partition two-digit numbers and how two-digit numbers are comprised of tens and ones. Show Less
Join Fee, Fi, Fo and Fum as they find out who has the biggest foot through measuring, comparing, and ordering the lengths of their feet using uniform informal units. Students will learn about what length is, why we use it, and how to pick a suitable unit to measure a range of objects to find out which is the longest and which is the shortest! Show Less
Introduce your students to telling time to quarter past and quarter to on digital clocks. This Miniclip provides a summary of the features of digital clocks and explains the characteristics of quarter past and quarter to times, with opportunities for students to practise their understanding through various examples. Show Less
Introduce your students to telling time to quarter past and quarter to on analogue clocks. This Miniclip provides a summary of the features of analogue clocks and explains the characteristics of quarter past and quarter to times, with opportunities for students to practise their understanding through various examples. Show Less
Learn how to calculate the circumference of a circle. Students will explore the parts of the circumference: centre, radius and diameter; discover that to find the length of any circumference, they must multiply the radius by 2 Pi; and will practice with several examples. Show Less
Combining art and math can help children understand prices, costs, nutritional and monetary value and make good choices. In this activity, children aged 8-11 will create a collage of images to help them understand the difference between what they want and what they need. Show Less
Ancient people drew symbols on cave walls to tell stories. Today, visual communication is everywhere. Children build their storytelling skills by exploring how other writer-artists work. In this activity, children aged 8-10 will create unique stories made only with pictures and symbols, creating their own visual code. Show Less
Visual symbols are everywhere, helping us find what we need, identify locations and communicate with others without relying on words. In this activity, children aged 12-14 will learn about the power of simple images by using shapes and lines to design original symbols that others can use. Show Less
Drawing and sculpting helps children understand math ideas. In this activity, children aged 8-11 will learn about sorting and multiplying. Using modelling clay, pens and paper, they will create an imaginary garden full of 3D fruits and vegetables, then use their art to play math games. Show Less
Art helps kids understand math ideas as they observe, talk about and sketch what they see. When students connect what they are learning in school to art experiences at home, it deepens understanding. In this activity, children aged 8-10 will sketch outdoors and use multiplication to turn their draft drawings into art filled with patterns. Show Less
Math and art are at the core of technology and digital communication. Computer programmers often have to debug or revise their code if it doesn’t work as planned. In this activity, children aged 4-7 will create sculpted characters and draw visual codes that direct movements around a dance floor. Show Less
Shapes, lines, sizes and patterns are all part of math – and art. When children connect what they have made to other big ideas, learning deepens. In this activity, children aged 3-7 will create characters with modelling clay, then put them in order in lots of different ways: first to last, shortest to tallest, biggest to smallest. Show Less
When we use art to weave math into stories, we make it fun and memorable. In this activity, children aged 3-7 will use their imagination to create art that adds extra noses, eyes and maybe even animal features to people. Children will cut out features from one character and glue them onto others, then describe characters using number sentences. “My character had two eyes, then grew five more! Show Less