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Teaching Resources for K-12 Math Classrooms

These curated teaching playlists are full of blended learning resources. Add this standards-aligned content to your existing lesson plans, or assign to students through Kiddom, our free app for teachers.


K-2nd Grades

Put your students’ knowledge of place value and skip counting to good use, as they learn to calculate the total value of $1, $10, and $100 bills.


3-5th Grades

Madam C.J. Walker and Annie Turnbo Malone ignited the market for black hair care. These women will revolutionize your lesson plan for math.

This interactive lesson plan will provide your students with the most effective strategies for identifying their equivalent fractions using number lines and models.

By exploring the resources in this playlist, students will come to recognize predictable patterns when working with multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000.


6-8th Grades

The resources in this playlist will help students gain a more rigorous understanding of the characteristics of a circle, including circumference, diameter, and radius.


9-12th Grades

Students already familiar with linear functions can apply their knowledge in this engaging introduction to exponential growth.

These resources for teaching Women’s History will ignite a spark in the eyes of your female students, giving them positive role models to look up to, and unconfined futures to imagine.

Through interactive features, primary source materials, and articles, inspire your students to think critically about how their own actions can contribute to a more equitable future.

When it comes to gender identity and sexuality, there is no black and white. Celebrate the spectrum of humanity with resources that foster inclusivity and respect.

Peer into the Kiddom cauldron as it bubbles over with videos, lessons, interactive content, games and stories that are as fun and educational as they are thrilling.

Use these voting-themed blended learning teaching resources to help children of all ages understand the importance of voting and why their voice matters.

Reflecting on the first Thanksgiving with students? Here we’ve highlighted some phenomenal resources that honor indigenous perspectives of the holiday.