Our Top 5 Blogposts of 2021

Dec 28, 2021 | Articles, Math Activities

Our Top 5 Blog Posts of 2021

With 2022 just around the corner, we thought we’d do a little reflection and data collection to see which of the 46 blog posts from this past year resonated the most with our readers at The Community Classroom. Based on website analytics, we’d like to present the top 5 blog posts of 2021. Drumroll, please!

Our 5th top blog post: 5 Outdoor Math Activities for Kids

This post has us dreaming about spring! With brain-boosting ideas to get kids outside through math walks, sidewalk math, outdoor math games, and other teacher-created ways to take math outdoors.

Our 4th top blog post: How to Plan a Math Walk

These 10 steps will help you create the perfect interactive math walk for your own community. We can’t wait to do this again in our own community next year!

Our 3rd top blog post: Math Games for Learning at Home

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This blog post features teacher-recommended math games to beef up learning in your home. This is a great one to revisit with winter weather looming!

Our 2nd top blog post: Fall Estimation Activities

6 Estimation Stations That Will Help Your Students Fall in Love With Math (and Help Them Beef Up Their Estimation Skills). This one was a hit with our teacher and educator readers! How can we beef this up for kids EVEN MORE in 2022? Challenge accepted.

Our #1 top blog post of 2021: 7 Outdoor Math Games For Kids

Explore 7 teacher-recommended math games for your kids to play outside that you can create using recycled objects around the house. This post has ideas that will help your kids engage in math, get exercise outdoors, and repurpose recycling (plus a local news segment!).

We look forward to learning with you (and blogging about it) in 2022!

 

 

 

 

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