5 GoNoodle Videos Perfect for Math Practice

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Dreaded math practice… is it a source of stress, anxiety and frustration for some of your students? Replace some of the fear with a few fun, active ways to mix up fluency practice and apply math concepts to real-world scenarios.

1. GoNoodle Plus: Mega Math Marathon (4 minutes)
Start your lesson with some movement while practicing math fluency! Students run a virtual marathon while answering grade-specific mental math questions designed to encourage automaticity in core concepts.

2. Go With The Pro (3-5 minutes)
Apply math to real-world scenarios by looking at the units of measure in the Track & Field races, convert metric measurements to imperial measurements, or add/subtract distances. Plus, burn a little energy before settling back into your lesson.

3. GoNoodle Plus: Freeze It (1 minute)
Looking for quick practice on addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division? Choose one of the math categories in Freeze It for a one-minute transition break that keeps kids in a math mindset.

4. Skip Count to 100 and Count to 100 (2 minutes)
These quick songs is the most fun way to practice counting. Get kids dancing and counting aloud for quick practice they will look forward to!

5. Getcha Money Right (2-5 minutes)
Counting money will never be boring with Blazer Fresh! Use this video as an intro to you money unit to set the stage for an engaging lesson.

BONUS: After your video, use your class’s progress bar to tie real world math concepts to GoNoodle. How many videos do you need to get to the next level? If you’ve leveled up 3 times and have 4 videos to go to the next level, how many GoNoodle videos have you played total? If you’ve played 5 of 15 videos, what are some other ways to represent that fraction?


More About GoNoodle Plus
Mega Math Marathon and Freeze It are both learning games in GoNoodle Plus!  GoNoodle Plus is the most academically comprehensive version of GoNoodle. It offers 100s of ways to deepen student learning through movement and mindfulness. Additional curricular videos, customizable games, and downloadable activities maximize movement, instructional time, and fun! You can start a free 30 day trial (no credit card required) by following the link below.

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