For upper elementary and middle school mathematics instructors looking to enhance their curriculum with engaging games, videos, and more, Math Snacks provides a number of free resources. Developed by New Mexico State University's Media Productions & Learning Games Lab, Math Snacks is a collection of "[s]mart educational animations, games, and interactive tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts." These interactive tools are designed to engage young students - specifically those between third and seventh grade - in mathematics concepts. Each Snack addresses a range of topics including ratios and fractions, coordinate planes, and place values. This website also includes a number of resources to help instructors incorporate Math Snacks into their curriculum, including a teacher's guide (in video format) and a printable student guide. In addition, each animation is accompanied by a printable comic strip, allowing students to refer back to animations they viewed in class. All Math Snacks resources are available in both English and Spanish.
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