No glazing over at screens. No miserable worksheets.

Let’s reach every student in a better way.

Even before the pandemic, students were all over the map in understanding math.

Lectures and worksheets can go only so far to engage kids in learning.

This is our chance to change course. Fun Factor is our groundbreaking offering that brings K-5 math to life.

Explore our activities by grade level.
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Fun Factor Activity

Make it hands-on.

Each dynamic activity knits together multiple skills and standards in a single lesson, covering what used to take days of class time.

“Reminding us of the effectiveness of ‘play’ in instruction was invaluable!”

GEORGE REGAN / Math Academic Support Instructor / Lawrenceville, NJ

Fun Factor Activity

Make it engaging.

Our lively lessons help all students experience math from a new angle, no matter where they are.

“Our new superintendent came over and watched with the first graders. He was down on the floor engaged with them and amazed at the strategies, reasoning and math language they were using.”

CAROL MUDD/ Math Support & Intervention Specialist / Monroe City, MO

Fun Factor Activity

Make it memorable.

Let’s face it – school is competing against social media and video games. Why not give kids math that makes a lasting impression?

“I thought of math as the worst subject, but after Fun Factor, it wasn’t that way. It made me change the way I see math.”

3rd Grader / Westfield, NJ

We provide for teachers, all at no cost:

  • Complete kit of instructional materials for lively, hands-on math lessons
  • Online professional development co-developed with Columbia Teachers College
  • PD certificate of attendance upon completion

Any K-5 teacher currently employed at a public elementary or accredited private school in the U.S. can participate. Registration is free and required for each training session. After attending each session, we’ll donate all the materials teachers need to bring our math activities to life with their students.

Questions about Fun Factor? Find the answers on our FAQ page.