Irina is reading some mathematical poems from the book The Grapes of Math by Greg Tang (Author) and Harry Briggs (Illustrator). The book is excellent for Year 1, Year 2 or even Year 3 students to practice visualising numbers, grouping and speed counting. https://youtu.be/E7hEw3PLeLE
Reading a book Lemonade for Sale by Stuart J. Murphy (Author), Tricia Tusa (Illustrator) that is a brilliant case study of how bar graphs can be used to visualise information. The video is made for Year 1, Year 2 or Year 3 children who are familiarising themselves with bar graphs. https://youtu.be/cCcInGeErFk
Here is the link for you to download the Houses and trees puzzle. 20210930 - Trees and houses puzzleDownload This puzzle works for the development of logical reasoning skills and problem solving skills. The rules are very simple, however, if you have not yet worked much with tables or coordinates, if you don't know how … Continue reading Irina and the Dragon: Houses and trees puzzle
https://youtu.be/xIuNoHBHZEI It's our second episode of Irina and The Dragon's Mathematics for children. We invite you to help Irina sort out the toys on shelves and put them all in order. You will learn that numbers can be used as ordinals (to put items in order and to indicate a single item) or to show … Continue reading Irina and The Dragon: Ordinal numbers
Nowadays there are many hands-on resources for practicing sorting, patterning and size. Sometimes even producers call plastic blocks 2D shapes, which is quite confusing and can lead to the further mathematical misconceptions for young children. While the resources are very useful, because they can attract children's attention to different attributes of the shapes, it is … Continue reading 2D or 3D?
This is a witty book (first published in 2014) of surprising rhymes from the award-winning authors Kes Gray (writer, http://www.kesgray.com/) and Jim Field (illustrator, http://www.jimfield.co.uk/). The book can’t be translated properly to any language and should be enjoyed strictly in English. The words match together in a rhyme, and the rhyme matches the pictures that … Continue reading Oi Frog!