As the economy opens back up, many of our suppliers are experiencing shortages of parts and raw materials, resulting in delays in shipments. As a result, we anticipate that it may take up to 2-4 weeks from the date we receive a purchase order for us to fulfill and ship any order for our products. We apologize for any inconvenience.
MANGO Math’s strong, evidence based products help kids practice math in ways they enjoy. The lessons are easy for teachers to implement and they correlate seamlessly with the Common Core, NCTM and TEKS math standards and meets ESSA Strong Evidence Base criteria. These lessons also teach those necessary 21st Century skills of collaboration, communication, critical thinking and creativity.
The math kits are the crux of our strategy that make it easy for you to implement hands-on, game-base math lessons. Each math kit comes with:
Our concept kits focus on specific concepts that students tend to have difficulty with, or are not a significant part of regular curriculum; like money-management skills, problem solving strategies and math application.
Our grade level kits cover prominent concepts for an entire school years’ curriculum. We have kits for grades kindergarten through 8th.
Our kit sets are convenient groupings of individual kits, tailored for summer camps, after school learning, and family school connections. These include middle school grade kits, elementary school grade kits and concept kits.
Replacement Pieces: Replace lost or damaged individual kit components. Order the same dice, markers, whiteboards, spinners, and other pieces that are included in our kits.
Playing Cards: Our playing cards are perfect for learning number sense and practicing basic math facts. They have the numbers 0-12.
We offer tests for grades 2-8. These come with an answer key and data sheets to record results.
Training webinar presented by MANGO Math directly to your team.
Our kits are perfect for many events and places, because they don’t require high teaching ability but still provide in-depth reinforcement of concepts. Educators often use them in math stations, after school programs, summer math camps and volunteer groups. We have compiled a list of suggested uses.