Monthly Featured Resource

  • September 2019

    Each month, NCTM provides its members with one highlighted classroom resource per grade band. These resources are updated during the first week of every month.

    Elementary (K-5)

    For each grade level, Kindergarten through 5th grade, you will find resources focused on the major work of each grade level.

    Access Resource Pre K-2
    Thinking about numbers using frames of 5 can be a helpful way to learn basic number facts. The four games that can be played with this applet help to develop counting and addition skills.

    Access Resource 3-5
    Thinking you know every possible way to play Four in a Row? Think again with this engaging Factors game!

    Middle School (6-8)

    For each grade level, 6th through 8th grade, you will find resources focused on the major work of each grade level.

    Access Rescource Middle School
    Get students thinking with this POW! Here students are asked to pick a number and through a series of mathematical combinations try and determine how you come back to that number and your age. Students will enjoy discussing the mathematical possibilities. Have students work in pairs or groups to think through the reasoning behind the combinations.

    High School (9-12)

    The high school library is divided into content areas: Algebra and Functions, Probability and Statistics, Geometry, and Number and Operations.

    Access Resource High School
    Triangle Congruence Through Transformations ARC can be used in a geometry class to make connections between transformations, triangle congruence, and triangle congruence theorems.

    As you explore MyNCTM, be sure to check out the  ElementaryMiddle, and  High School resource libraries. There you will find some of NCTM's best resources, organized by grade level and by key concept within each grade level. You'll find resources from Illuminations, journal articles that blend research with classroom activities and lessons, games from Calculation Nation, and more! If you find a resource you might use in your classroom, click to "Favorite" it and you'll always be able to find it on your profile page (under My Contributions). We'll also use those Favorites to help us feature and share the most popular resources. And if you have another favorite resource, whether it's from NCTM, something you created, or a link to share from another source, you can add it to the library as well, and it might just show up in our Featured Resources one day!

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