Games, activities, tools & widgets that make learning math fun!

Our standards-aligned math lessons are enriched with fun activities and visualizations to teach math concepts for students. Concepts covered for grades K-8 include:

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Measurement and Data

Fractions and Percentages

Telling Time

Counting Money

Below we’ll highlight some of the interactive math lessons we offer in our Library. Create a Gynzy account today and begin exploring our math lesson plans, games & activities!

The Gynzy Library is loaded not only with math lessons but also fun math games that reinforce the math concepts covered on our Library. Some of our users’ favorite math games are math puzzles and a counting variation of our memory/matching game tool.

We also offer math-related tools such as the base ten blocks and the daily morning routine which includes a number of the day activity. Try inserting these games and tools into the math lessons you deliver with Gynzy to keep students engaged!

Counting is one of the most important early math concepts young students need to be taught. This is a skill that lends itself well to the visual nature of an Interactive Whiteboard. Gynzy has many quality lessons that teach students to recognize and compare quantities, such as:

Along with learning to count and recognizing differences in quantities, Kindergarten and early primary school is a time for students to learn basic addition and subtraction. One great way to introduce this concept is with Number Bond Charts. We also have lessons dedicated to addition and subtraction such as:

The ability to count money is a related skill that is also very important for students. Gynzy makes teaching students about currency easier than ever with our Money Drag tool, which lets you choose whatever denominations of coins and bills you’d like students to practice with. We also have lessons focused on money such as:

Still looking for ways to get your students excited about math? We recommend our Math and Movement lessons to get your students energized and ready to learn!

One subject that can seem intimidating to students are fractions, in part because they are difficult to visualize. Gynzy makes this subject more approachable with easy-to-use tools such as the Fraction Bar and Fraction Circle. We also offer numerous fraction lesson plans:

The concept of decimal points can be difficult for students to visualize for similar reasons as fractions. Math lesson plans that are enriched with widgets, illustrations and other multimedia can thus be a great way to teach students this concept. Gynzy has numerous lessons on decimals including:

Gynzy also offers more advanced lesson plans for students in grades 6-8 that take these math concepts a bit further. Explore our library and start enriching your math curriculum today!

Math lesson plans that are enriched with games & activities, clear visualizations, and other multimedia can help modern students get more comfortable learning math. Gynzy offers standards-aligned lessons for grades K-8 in:

ELA

Science

Social Studies

Grammar

Create an account to begin using and customizing our lessons today — and even creating your own on our Whiteboard.

Counting is one of the most important early math concepts young students need to be taught. This is a skill that lends itself well to the visual nature of an Interactive Whiteboard. Gynzy has many quality lessons that teach students to recognize and compare quantities, such as:

Along with learning to count and recognizing differences in quantities, Kindergarten and early primary school is a time for students to learn basic addition and subtraction. One great way to introduce this concept is with Number Bond Charts. We also have lessons dedicated to addition and subtraction such as:

The ability to count money is a related skill that is also very important for students. Gynzy makes teaching students about currency easier than ever with our Money Drag widget, which lets you choose whatever denominations of coins and bills you’d like students to practice with. We also have lessons focused on money such as:

Still looking for ways to get your students excited about math? We recommend our Math and Movement lessons to get your students energized and ready to learn!