Zorbit's Math Home Learning Kits

This blend of remote-teaching and home-learning resources is designed to help kids and families learn through play at home. Subscribe to our email list to stay up to date on all of the free resources we're creating.

Featured Resources

The Zorbit's Math Daily Math Calendars

 

The Zorbit's Math Daily - July Edition

Hands-On Activities

This July calendar consists of the rich math ideas you know and love, with a little extra room to enjoy some sun-soaked summer fun!

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The Zorbit's Math Daily - June Edition

Hands-On Activities

This June calendar is full of fun ideas that are easy for parents to fit into their daily routines. These quick math challenges are flexible enough to be discussed over breakfast or to fill an afternoon. Either way, it’s a great way to get a little bit of math learning in every day.

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The Zorbit's Math Daily - May Edition

Hands-On Activities

This May calendar is full of fun ideas that are easy for parents to fit into their daily routines. These quick math challenges are flexible enough to be discussed over breakfast or to fill an afternoon. Either way, it’s a great way to get a little bit of math learning in every day.

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The Zorbit's Math Daily - April Edition

Hands-On Activities

This April calendar is full of fun ideas that are easy for parents to fit into their daily routines. These quick math challenges are flexible enough to be discussed over breakfast or to fill an afternoon. Either way, it’s a great way to get a little bit of math learning in every day.

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Hands-On Activities

 

Holly Baker’s Mathematical Cookbook

Hands-On Activity

Between the fractions, measurements, temperatures, timings, proportions...I could go on... the kitchen is a great place to explore math in real life. In this activity package, we embrace that idea by including not just tasty recipes, but some interesting conversation starters as well.

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Dice Games

Hands-On Activity

Dice are simple math gaming tools with endless possibilities. Here are two games that use dice in exciting and unexpected ways to promote numeracy skills through play.

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Art Academy

Hands-On Activity

The addition of art has turned STEM into STEAM - and we couldn’t be happier about it! In this activity package, students will use geometry and spatial reasoning to create masterful works of art and will explore how pixels create digital images.

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All Hands on Deck

Hands-On Activity

Use a deck of cards in unexpected ways to guide math learning. Kids develop counting skills and build a conceptual understanding of addition and multiplication - all while having a ton of fun playing “Galaxy Race” and “Ship Rect.”

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Easter Bunny Boot Camp

Hands-On Activity

This Easter Bunny Boot Camp activity package features three colourful activities designed for parents to keep their little egg-heads hopping while learning about patterning, data collection, geometry, and more.

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Para-Dice Horse Race

Hands-On Activity

Grab some dice from any old board game and you’re off to the races to explore math ideas like recognizing numbers, graphing, and even probability.

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DIY Game Design Studio

Hands-On Activity

This build-your-own board game activity package includes guiding questions and templates to get kids’ game-design juices flowing. Throughout the collaborative design process and family play-tests, kids will strengthen number sense and other mathematical skills.

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Matt Matics In The House

 

Which One Doesn't Belong?

Matt Matics in the House

Learn about the attributes of objects from our good friend, Kyle Pearce, as we discuss “Which One Doesn’t Belong?” This form of Math Talk is a great way to get kids talking about spatial reasoning, geometry, and more!

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Dozens for Cousins

Matt Matics in the House

In this episode, Matt and the gang explore proportions, counting groups, and even a little division as they determine how many batches of cookies they’ll need for all of their cousins.

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Attack of the Coins

Matt Matics in the House

Matt and his cast of characters explore coin values and various strategies for counting them. Will Carl have enough to buy the super-suit he’s been saving for? We’ll use the number of the day, 100, to find out!

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The Popcorn Problem

Matt Matics in the House

Matt and the gang explore multiple visual and contextual representations of the number of the day (24) and discuss estimation through a 3-act math task.

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