What does it mean for kids to truly engage with math?

en'gage, verb, "to hold the attention of" or "to induce to participate"
en'gag'ing, adjective, "tending to draw favorable attention or interest"

In your classroom, is math a topic that draws kids in and piques their interest? Does it encourage participation and hold their attention because they are so excited to learn more?

If not, I'm here to help. On this site, you will find lots of different ways to reach and engage kids of all ages so that math time will induce excitement rather than tears.

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  • "This is exactly what I needed for a Math Coordinator's Math Club. I love it!" -Shavone, Problem of the Day Calendars Bundle
    Shavone, Problem of the Day Calendars Bundle
  • "I love , love, love, these books. I love having the activities to go along with them. I can't wait to use all of them. Thank you sooooooo much." -Julie, Sir Cumference Lessons & Games
    Julie, Sir Cumference Lessons & Games
  • "Love these for getting students to be deep critical thinkers!" -Christine, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
    Christine, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
  • "I had the students work on this in pairs. They loved the challenge and making their own decisions just like in a real world application." -Nicolette, Build Your Own Amusement Park Project
    Nicolette, Build Your Own Amusement Park Project
  • "I had the students work on this in pairs. They loved the challenge and making their own decisions just like in a real world application." -Nicolette, Build Your Own Amusement Park Project
    Nicolette, Build Your Own Amusement Park Project
  • "Love these for getting students to be deep critical thinkers!" -Christine, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
    Christine, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
  • "Very engaging for my students in Grade 2, and easy center to set up. The levels of difficulty made it easy to address the different levels of need in my class. Loved it!" -Ian, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
    Ian, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
  • "This is a great resource for teaching symmetry. It has lots of great colors. And the opportunity to use information as in-depth as you please. Great resource for nature study and math in nature." -Cassondra, Exploring Symmetry
    Cassondra, Exploring Symmetry
  • "Very engaging for my students in Grade 2, and easy center to set up. The levels of difficulty made it easy to address the different levels of need in my class. Loved it!" -Ian, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
    Ian, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks
  • "This is exactly what I needed for a Math Coordinator's Math Club. I love it!" -Shavone, Problem of the Day Calendars Bundle
    Shavone, Problem of the Day Calendars Bundle
  • "I love , love, love, these books. I love having the activities to go along with them. I can't wait to use all of them. Thank you sooooooo much." -Julie, Sir Cumference Lessons & Games
    Julie, Sir Cumference Lessons & Games
  • "This is a great resource for teaching symmetry. It has lots of great colors. And the opportunity to use information as in-depth as you please. Great resource for nature study and math in nature." -Cassondra, Exploring Symmetry
    Cassondra, Exploring Symmetry

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