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# Animated Math Videos: Number Sense and Patterns

Infoplase and FactMonster are pleased to present a collection of videos from our partner Pearson Education. Pearson is devoted to creating tools that provide endless opportunities for learners at every stage of the journey. Each video focuses on a different subject of math, such as addition, subtraction, division, or multiplication, while also featuring parts of geometry and other important mathematical skills. The content ranges all the way from Kindergarten to fifth grade. They feature a step by step teaching process on each subject, that will allow the viewed to learn their desired topic. Take a look at some of the important topics each Pearson video shows!

In this video, Emily uses cubes to determine whether a number is even or odd by comparing the ones digits.
In this video, Emily learns how to count, write and compare numbers to determine which one is less than the other.
In this video, Carlos learns how to use a number line to compare the value of fractions.
In this video, Jada learns who to compare fractions using common denominators.
In this video, Carlos learns how to convert between pounds and tons.
In this video, Carlos uses the unit conversions he's learned to solve multi-step word problems.
In this video, Emily learns how to solve a multi-step problem with multiplication and division.
In this video, Carlos learns how to convert between quarts and pints.
In this video, Alex learns how to solve word problems involving money.
In this video, Carlos uses arrays to learn about the distributive property of multiplication.
In this video, Emily learns how to present numerical data with pictographs.
In this video, Daniel uses a meter stick to estimate the length of various objects.
In this video, Daniel learns how to estimate the length of different objects using the units inch, foot and yard.
In this video, Carlos learns how to use an organized list and tally marks to solve the problem of how many quarters, dimes and nickels he will need to buy an apple.
In this video, Daniel uses the distributive property to help Marta solve complex multiplication.
In this video, Marta learns how to apply reasoning to solve problems involving time.
In this video, Daniel learns the steps to make his own bar graph to present data.
In this video, Carlos learns how to use a number line to determine the value of fractions.
In this video, Carlos learns how to round large whole numbers.
In this video, the kids learn how to compare different decimal values.
Counting to 4 and 5.
Comparing groups of objects and numbers using a 10-frame.
Learn to read and write the number 0, and to understand the quantity "none" using comparative quantity 1.
Count to 6 and 7 using chairs and apples, and label objects with numbers to demonstrate quantities.
Learn the concept of capacity, and how to estimate capacity using more, less and simple measuring tools.
Learn the concept of weight, and the measurement of weight using a scale
Learn to count forward by tens on a hundred chart.
In this video, Alex learns the number 0 and quantity of "none" using comparative quantities 2 and 3.
In this video, the KidJab kids learn how to collect and organize survey data using a simple tally chart.
In this video, Marta uses 10-frames to count to 120 by 10s
In this video, Marta learns how to regroup tens into ones in order to solve subtraction problems.
In this video, Jackson learns how to tell time using the hour and minute hands on a clock.
In this video Alex learns how to compare numbers with the symbols for equal to, greater than, and fewer than.