Created on: April 26, 2014

Website Address: https://library.curriki.org/oer/Meaningful-Math-Tasks

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Looking for new resources to build problem solving and perseverance in your classroom? In this collection, you will find multi-level, rigorous and relevant math tasks for middle and high school. Please share your favorite math tasks to enhance our collection.

Professional resource for educators that includes Mathematics Assessment Resource Service (MARS) tasks aligned to Common Core State Standards. Searchable by grade level and standard. Selected math problems have accompanying videos that show the tasks and rubrics being utilized in classrooms.

Free resources to help educators provide and embed enriching and engaging mathematical instruction and embed RICH tasks into everyday practice. Includes virtual manipulatives, interactive games, printable resources, weekly problems, posters, and professional development resources.

This site provides a wealth of differentiated tasks, rubrics, and anchor papers.

Storytelling gives us a framework for certain mathematical tasks that is both prescriptive enough to be useful and flexible enough to be usable. Many stories divide into three acts, each of which maps neatly onto these mathematical tasks.

This is a website that I found that is helpful in creating test taking strategies for math. I wasn't always the best test taker in math, and I know I'm not the only one. So I know that this website could be helpful to many! Enjoy!

Web site with a list of links to math games, PowerPoints, activities, manipulatives, and so much more! Just click on the link that you want and it will take you to find so many beneficial things!

I found this website helpful in creating math tasks for 1st graders. It provides different categories with information about each category with helpful tasks that all teachers/students should know when it comes to what 1st graders should know in math.

Here are 12 math games that you could use in your future classroom. I really liked the idea of Jenga math; this gives students a familiar game but with math facts on the blocks.