Mathematics and Statistics
In this Miniclip, students learn about the base 10 system and how the place of a digit determines its value. Using a place value chart to count blocks, students will also understand how to partition three-digit numbers and how three-digit numbers are comprised of hundreds, tens and ones. Show Less
In this Miniclip, students learn about the base 10 system and how the place of a digit determines its value. Using a place value chart to count blocks, students will also understand how to partition two-digit numbers and how two-digit numbers are comprised of tens and ones. Show Less
Join Fee, Fi, Fo and Fum as they find out who has the biggest foot through measuring, comparing, and ordering the lengths of their feet using uniform informal units. Students will learn about what length is, why we use it, and how to pick a suitable unit to measure a range of objects to find out which is the longest and which is the shortest! Show Less
Learn what a triangle is and how many types of triangles there are. We classify triangles depending on their sides (equilateral triangles, isosceles triangle and scalene triangles) or their angles (acute triangle, right triangle and obtuse triangle).
Students read, sing and learn about the properties of basic geometric shapes, and about the variety of shapes that surround us in our daily lives. This curriculum-aligned song targets outcomes of curriculum documents and supports and integrates classroom learning across key subject areas. Show Less
In our world, everything has mass! From small things like an ant, a bird, a book, and a brick… to big things like you and I; a lion, a mountain, and even a blue whale. They all have mass. This Miniclip introduces young students to the concept of mass and links it to everyday terminology like ‘light’ and ‘heavy’. Students will learn to identify objects that have a large mass or a small mass, and will order objects from least to greatest mass. They will also be introduced to an equal arm balance scale and learn how the pans fall, rise, or stay level depending on the mass of the two objects being measured. Show Less
This Miniclip reviews the features of three-dimensional shapes and introduces prisms and pyramids. It explains polygons and polyhedrons, defines prisms and pyramids, and deconstructs a variety of examples including triangular prisms, rectangular prisms, hexagonal pyramids, triangular pyramids, and more. Students will learn how to connect these three-dimensional shapes with their nets, and how the net of a 3D shape can be constructed in various formations. Show Less