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Distance Learning Math Probability Made Fun with Matemaths

Math made fun! Not something I would usually agree with, but Enrica Minetti of Matemaths manages to do so! Enrica, a math teacher from Genova, Italy, also authors interactive mathematics products for remote/distance learning as well as in the classroom teaching. She offers these resources through her storefronts on TeachersPayTeachers and on TheWheelEdu. Distance Learning Probability Practice Online Interactive is one of her latest creations.
Available for $3.00 (USD)
 from Matemaths!

This resource is offered in PowerPoint format, and I was able to easily use it in Google Slides. It offers 20 fast review problems, perfect for students to do over summer or semester break, or as a review before an assessment. Each of the problems is set up as a word problem, with picture representations of the problems as well. Enrica takes the time to quickly review lowest common denominators without students realizing that this is happening! The fast action allows students to work through the review at their own pace, and the gentle reminders to try again are excellent for redirecting and reinforcing student efforts. Stop by either of Enrica's storefronts and check out her other products as well!


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  1. Alberto, thank you very much for your endorsement! Enrica works very hard to ensure that her resources support our learners!

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