Mathematics and Numeracy


Course links

Math 8

Math Makes Sense 8 textbook

Math 9

Math Makes Sense 9 textbook

FMP 10

FMP textbook & answer key

Pre-Calculus 11

Pre-Calc 11 textbook

Pre-Calculus 12

Pre-Calculus 12 Solutions

Calculus 12 Tutorials & Lessons (including senior level)

Provincial Numeracy Assessment

Sample Numeracy Assessment               Numeracy Assessment Key 

Student examples to check out

See video help on process if you scroll down the page

Chrome Extensions or Add-ons that may help you!

Desmos – easy-to-use but powerful graphing tool that handles graphing, variable sliders, tables, statistics, zooming, points of interest, inequalities, and more.

Equatio – create and insert mathematical symbols and expressions, as well as scientific formulas when using Google Docs, Forms, Slides, Sheets, and Drawings. With Equatio you can enter math and science writing in five ways: Equation Editor, LaTeX Editor, Handwriting Recognition, Speech Input, and Symbol Galleries

Plotly – makes it easy to create line graphs, bar charts, heatmaps, histograms, box plots and more; import data from files and Google Drive; analyze data with fits, functions, stats, and more; and collaborate and share projects.

Melanto Calculator Extension – simple-to-use pop-up calculator with standard and scientific functions

Pattern Shapes – unlimited virtual pattern blocks in seven different shapes. Students can place and rotate shapes, build larger shapes, explore symmetry, make patterns, measure angles with a virtual protractor, and more.

Money Pieces – work with virtual coins and bills including representing money, showing money value as area models, converting money into different units, annotating, and more.

Fractions – create fractions with denominators from 1 to 100 using circle and bar shapes. These fraction visualizations can be colored in, labeled, moved, superimposed, and more to represent, compare, and perform operations on the fractions.

Tinkercad – a 3D modeling web app that lets you build with a wide range of three-dimensional shapes, and then modify the solids’ size, shape, color, and other attributes. Finished products can be saved and sent to your 3D printer.