All year long, our team of Math Maestros will have suggestions of math-related games and activities for you.
Our Math Maestros are teachers like you who know the reality of the classroom and have a lot of teaching experience under their belts. They’ll propose short, simple and concrete activities that will fit nicely into your planning.
Math made fun, so that students can enjoy it and discover it in a whole new way!
Visit this page regularly to discover all of the resources our team of Math Maestros will be creating for you.
Identify from a list the additions with carrying and the subtractions with borrowing in order to figure out the combination of a bike lock.
Grades 5 and 6
Math Maestro Jean-François
September 19, 2022
Draw angles in order to visualize the zones covered by motion detection lights.
Grades 5 and 6
Math Maestro Louis
October 6, 2022
|A visit to the zoo||Your students will have to find the path that takes them to the animals by simplifying fractions.||Grades 5 and 6||Math Maestro Jean-François||November 13, 2022|
Meet our Math Maestros
Jean-François - Cycle 3
Hi! I’m Jean-François and I’ve been teaching for more than 15 years. I spend a lot of my time looking for ways to get young people to love math as much as I do! I’m a major fan of computers, videogames, and role-playing. Since gaming is an important part of my life, I try to integrate it into my teaching as much as possible.
Welcome to my world!
Élyse - Cycle 1
Hi! I’m Élise and I’ve been teaching for 18 years. I love math, and really enjoy teaching young people how fun it can be to learn! Over the course of my career, I’ve prepared more than 500 documents for students and teachers. In my free time, I enjoy camping, paddle boarding and canoeing. I also read a lot, from the comfort of my hammock! My video capsules are designed to help students see math in a whole new way!
Louis - Cycle 3
Hi! I’m Louis and I’ve been teaching elementary school for 25 years. I’ve traveled a lot. I’ve been to Bolivia, Switzerland, France and Poland to share my knowledge of math and science. In my free time, I enjoy cabinetmaking, a pastime that allows me to draw on my math knowledge and to solve geometric problems.
Join me on a trip through the wonderful world of math!