Litamatics Math Themes

  • Each notebook includes over 200 math learning activities
  • Use award winning picture books and novels to promote math learning
  • Aligned to state and national standards
  • Grades 1-6
  • Theme 1

    Operations and Algebraic Thinking

    Use award winning books, dice, cubes, and spinners to explore math patterns, factors, multiples, prime and composite numbers, and the four operations

  • Theme 2


    Use award winning books, geoboards, and pattern blocks to help students reason with shapes and their attributes, explores lines and angles, and graph points on a coordinate plane.

  • Theme 3

    Number and Operations in Base Ten

    Use award winning books to understand place value and to explore addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

  • Theme 4

    Measurement and Data

    Use award winning books to explore measurement and data!

  • Theme 5

    Number and Operations in Fractions

    Explore fractions through award winning books! Use cubes, dice, fractions bars, and math games to build understanding of fractions, decimals, and percentages.

  • Theme 6

    Statistics and Probability

    Use award winning books to explore statistics and probability! What are the chances you will roll a seven on two six-sided dice? Find out this and more using dice, cards, spinners, coins and math games.

  • Theme 7

    Math Problem Solving

    Help students learn math problem solving strategies through puzzles, games, and real world challenges. Present interesting math ideas using award winning books.

  • Theme 8

    Math, Art, Music & Science

    Explore math through art, music, and science in stories. Explore patterns and designs in art and nature.

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Litamatics Math Activities

  • Interactive, enagaging, hands-on learning games
  • Effective research-based teaching strategies
  • Improve math problem solving skills
  • Increase math achievement

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"The Litamatics activities changed the way I approached teaching math. Rather than teach to the test, I teach to the students. "

Grade 3 Teacher, Indiana