Created on: December 2, 2018

Website Address: https://library.curriki.org/oer/POLYUP-GRADES-3-to-5-MATH

TABLE OF CONTENTS

- How To Search for Free Open-Educational Resources Using Curriki
- How to Share Free Open-Educational Resources Using Curriki
- Arts Virtual Learning Resources
- Math Virtual Learning Resources
- Language Arts Virtual Learning Resources
- Science Virtual Learning Resources
- Social Studies Virtual Learning Resources
- CTE-Career and Technical Education Virtual Learning Resources
- EdTech Tools and Software Applications for Virtual Learning
- Wide Open School by Common Sense

- Kate's Math Lessons-Geometry
- Kate's Math Lessons-Algebra 1
- POLYUP: GRADES 3 to 5 MATH
- Crash Course: Computer Science-Programming
- Crash Course: Computer Science
- Crash Course Videos: Statistics
- Math Simulations
- Math Videos
- Brainpop Videos
- Kid TED Talks
- IXL Math
- Desmos
- Khan Academy Math Videos
- Illustrative Mathematics
- Newsela
- Online math and language arts program

- POLYUP Simple Addition
- POLYUP Advanced Addition
- POLYUP Subtraction
- POLYUP Plus and Minus
- POLYUP Crazy Numbers
- POLYUP Order of Operations
- POLYUP Multiplication
- POLYUP Three Operators
- POLYUP Division
- POLYUP Mixing in Division
- POLYUP Addition Freedom
- POLYUP Minus Freedom
- POLYUP Multiplication Freedom
- POLYUP Division Freedom
- POLYUP Addition Balancing
- POLYUP Minus Balancing
- POLYUP Multiplication Balancing
- POLYUP Division Balancing
- POLYUP Four 4s Intro
- POLYUP Playing With Numbers
- POLYUP Simple Six
- POLYUP Easy Eights
- POLYUP Stuck Symbols
- POLYUP Target 20

IN COLLECTION

**Many students and teachers struggle with this change of paradigm at first, but there are a few reasons ****Polyup does it this way:**

**Explicit Order ****of Operations:** The order of operations is literally the order in which the blocks appear. No need for parentheses, or implicit PEMDAS order.

**Functional Notation:** In Polyup, everything is represented as a function, so that the + operation is really f(a,b) = a+b. By portraying all operations as things that take in inputs and spit out outputs, we bridge the gap between arithmetic, algebra, and computer science to set up students for success.

**Fun!:** We want students to be sucked out of the mindset that Polyup is just another worksheet. By changing up the order of operations, Polyup makes students think in new ways, and gives them a sense of exploration and learning that will keep them motivated.

Learn the basics of Polyup\'s platform with two and three number addition!

Add multiple numbers at a time with advanced addition.

Learn how to use the subtraction operator.

Learn how to use addition and subtraction with positive and negative integers.

Learn how to incorporate really big numbers and decimals!

Rearrange numbers and operators to create a target output.

Learn how to use the multiplication block.

Mix multiplication with addition and subtraction to build more advanced expressions.

Learn how to use the division block.

Use all four basic operations in more complicated expressions.

Figure out what numbers add up to the target value!

Figure out what numbers subtract to the target value!

Figure out what numbers multiply to the target value!

Figure out what numbers divide to the target value!

Balance three addition expressions to create the same output!

Balance three subtraction expressions to create the same output!

Balance three multiplication expressions to create the same output!

Balance three division expressions to create the same output!

Use four fours and a number of operations to make numbers 0-5!

Put your number-crunching skills to the test with some tough number games!

Use sixes and some operations to make different numbers.

Use some eights and some operations to make different numbers.

Move numbers around with fixed operators to create target outputs.

Make as close as possible to 20 with four random numbers and any operators.