Back to School: Math


Kicking off the new school year, you may be looking for ways to ease your students back into math. Here are a few ways that SAS can help. And remember, all of these resources, including apps, are free!


Have some fun coding a Sphero robot using CodeSnaps! With the Show with Code: 24 Game, your students put their math skills to work to help Sphero escape a grid of numbers by find the right path using number operations.

Math Stretch

Need a fun, quick way for your students to develop their elementary math skills? SAS Math Stretch provides activities targeting number sense such as counting, telling time, comparing and ordering numbers, and much more.

Data Depot

If you’ve been looking for data in all the wrong places, then Data Depot is just what you need. Populated with over 180 data sets, Data Depot houses exciting data sources and focused lessons that will help your students become more data literate.

Data Depot provides over 180 data sets for student use.


Inspire your students to take action and support the efforts of a growing community of people wanting to make a difference with GatherIQ. Explore and learn about the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals through videos, articles, data, quizzes, and much more.

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About Author

Staci Lyon

Staci Lyon is a mathematics curriculum specialist with Curriculum Pathways. She taught high school mathematics for 12 years in Wake County and Granville County. She also taught with North Carolina Virtual Public School. She received both a M.Ed. degree in Instructional Technology and a B. S. degree in Mathematics Education from North Carolina State University. Working alongside a team, she enjoys developing the award winning online math resources for Curriculum Pathways that allow teachers to integrate technology into their classrooms. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.


  1. I looking for a program on writing the problems out. The next class I going to take is looking for the the students to write out the problems in the discussion. I never done that before. Can you help?


    • Brandy Mann

      We would love to help! Can you elaborate one what exactly you are meaning by "writing the problems out"? Do you mean showing your work?

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