Virtual Arithmetickles presents math videos in a funny and creative way!
Your elementary school students will experience how much fun math can be!
NOW teachers can select math videos from an online library of animated math segments to fit their classroom schedule.
Scheduling the Virtual Arithmetickles presentation for your school is simple:
Choose a one week window that works for your school. You will receive a password that all teachers can share during the week and present the Arithmetickles segments in their classrooms.
Based on the fable of the Fisherman and his Wife who were poor but happy until they caught a golden fish who grants wishes. Fun math is added into this sparkling tale of numbers and... greed! (Grades 3-6)
Every child loves playing Tic-Tac-Toe. It’s time to have the Arithmetic-Tac-Toe tournament with your students. Two teams of cartoon animals will be challenged by the host who will ask them everyday math questions in a colorful and exciting setting. (Grades K-6)
Do you believe in Magic? How about Mind Reading? Ben and Curley will amaze you with a Mental-Math-Mind-Reading trick! Then they will reveal the secret. It’s a perfect way to get young students interested in Math…and Magic Numbers! (Grades K-3)
In this Mystery Math segment, students help Luna solve the emergency problem: In what order to send 1 of the 4 family members across the 1-mile long bridge in 1 hour. Each family member crosses at a different pace; they must cross in pairs as they have only 1 flashlight! (Grades 3-6)
Watch Mr. Donovan as he gives his testimony in the courtroom. He’ll tell the judge exactly what happened on that day. Please listen carefully to his testimony, and try to help the judge find 3 mistakes in his story. 2 mistakes are based purely on math and the 3rd mistake is based on science. (Grades 3-6)
Do you believe in Magic? How about Mind Reading? Ben and Curley will amaze you with a Mental-Math-Mind-Reading trick! Then they will reveal the secret. It’s a perfect way to get young students interested in Math…and Magic Numbers!
Share this Math Mystery Challenge with your students and friends: There is only one way to “split” the clock with 2 pencils, so that you get 3 parts with the sum in each part being equal. After several tries, your students will find the “math-logic” way to solve it! (Grades 3-6)
Share this Mental Math Challenge with your students and friends: Can you add 9 numbers in your head faster than adding them on a calculator? Present this simple math trick and your students will be eager to find the secret of the Calendar Math Magic challenge. (Grades 3-6)