Math Family Playlists

How Family Playlists Work

Search our library of hundreds of pre-made, standards-aligned Family Playlists for K-8 containing hand-picked videos and practice exercises from high-quality sources such as Khan Academy and Numberock, auto-graded self-assessment problems, and an interactive assignment that students do with a Family Partner.

1

Discover & Assign Quality Content

Choose and assign pre-built, standards aligned playlists. Families access via text in their home language (no sign-in required).

2

Students Teach Their Families

Students review concepts and teach their family partners what they are learning by leading a collaborative, offline activity.

3

Families Provide Feedback

Families send feedback about the experience, providing valuable insight into student understanding and an open door into meaningful dialogue on learning.

For Elementary School Teachers

Sample Math Family Playlist:

Place Value –Tens and Ones (1st Grade)

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Family Exploration:

Sample Math Assignment:

As part of a lesson on place value, browse the library and assign a matching playlist to your class.

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Student response:

Students and their families practice the concept of place value by discussing and representing the tens and ones in 2-digit numbers. Students and families create a place value chart together and use family and student ages, birthdays, and favorite numbers to draw numbers, using base-ten block shapes.

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Family Feedback:

Families send feedback and start a dialogue to better support their child’s learning.

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Other Math Playlists for Elementary School

For Middle School Teachers

Sample Math Family Playlist:

Using the Pythagorean Theorem on the Coordinate Plane

(8th Grade)

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Family Exploration:

Math Assignment:

As part of a lesson on the Pythagorean Theorem, browse the library and assign a matching playlist to your class.

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Student response:

Students teach their family about the basics of what they’ve learned about the Pythagorean Theorem. Families then work together to draw a map, plotting places that they visit regularly in their lives in the shape of a right triangle. Together, they calculate the distance of the hypotenuse, take a photo and upload their work.

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Family Feedback:

Families send feedback and start a dialogue to better support their child’s learning.

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Other Math Playlists for Middle School

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Language Arts

Sample Playlist:
Long-e Vowel Teams: EE, EA, EY (2nd Grade)

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Science

Sample Playlist:
Kinetic and Potential Energy (Grade 8)

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Family Playlists are available for teachers, schools, and districts of all sizes.

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