# Math Interactives

found in: math; preK-2; 3-5; 6-8; 9-12 Math Interactives  is a Canadian (Alberta) website with online and print activities, learning strategies, and videos that illustrate math in daily life. K-12 activities are grouped under: number, patterns & relations, shape & space, and statistics & probability. Activities include print activities, solutions, and learning strategies.

Number has resources in fractions, integers, percentages, rate/ratio/proportion, square roots, and exponents. The section Exploring Fractions  includes a video and an activity, Smoothie Maker  that lets students explore pictorial, symbolic, and concrete representations of fractions while making three different smoothie recipes. Students add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and work with proper and improper fractions.

Patterns and Relations  has resources in patterns, algebra, linear equations, and polynomials. The section Exploring Patterns  includes a video and an activity. It’s a Bit Nutty! asks students to use keyboard controls to move a squirrel through trees to collect missing terms in a numerical sequence. There are five more patterns to identify.

Shapes and Space has resources in angles, trigonometry, circles, surface area and volume, and six other areas of geometry. Trigonometry features Trig Mini Golf.  Students explore cosine, sine, and tangent ratios to find an unknown side or angle in a right triangle.

Statistics and Probability  has resources in data display & graphs, central tendency & distribution, and probability. Data Display and Graphs  includes Exploring Election Data,  in which students interpret the results of Alberta provincial elections from 1905 to 2004 using pictograph, line graph, bar graph, circle graph, or data table