Stern Math News and Updates

Space still available for Stern Math workshops in July!

Posted July 6, 2017

Learn how to use Stern Math materials more effectively in your classroom

Space is still available –  register ASAP!

At the Parkside School in NYC. Register for one or both parts:

  • Part I: Afternoons, Monday, July 17 – Wednesday, July 19
  • Part II: Afternoons, Thursday, July 20 – Friday, July 21

Read more about the workshops and register now!

Registration now open for summer teacher workshops!

Posted April 28, 2017

Register now for Stern Math summer workshops for teachers at the Parkside School, July 17-21. Read more about the workshops here and download the brochure/registration form here!

Save the dates: Workshops for teachers July 17-21

Posted April 22, 2017

Stern Math will be hosting teacher training workshops at the Parkside School in New York, NY July 17-21, 2017. Read more about the workshops here, and stay tuned for details about how to register!

New version of the Decinny Game now available

Posted December 20, 2016

Decinny GameWe’re excited to announce that a new-and-improved version of our Decinny Game is now available! This large, wooden board splits into three pieces for easy storage and includes beautiful, detailed pictures. New, larger cards are made from heavy cardstock in bright green and blue. As always, instructions for playing several games are also included.

Decinny games are designed to help students understand the concepts and relationships of common fractions, fractions in hundredths, decimals, and percentages as they relate to one another and to the common parts of a dollar. Learn more about the Decinny Game here.

Teach “teen” numbers with the Doubles and Neighbors Board

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Doubles and Neighbors BoardAfter mastering combinations of numbers up to ten, have children move on to learning “teen” numbers with the Doubles and Neighbors Board! Children have an easier time learning the double facts (6+6=12, etc.) than the odd number facts. The doubles serve to anchor the children. The neighbor combinations are one more than the double facts. 6+7 is one more than 6+6. Learn more about the Doubles and Neighbors Board here.