The Schoolio Canadian Mathematics program breaks math concepts into bite-sized pieces that make teaching and learning math easier.
Tired of changing units of measurement and money lessons in US math programs? It’s time for Canadian mathematics resources!
The Schoolio Mathematics program includes Financial Literacy and screen-free coding starting in Grade 1, because we believe these topics are essential to a child’s future success and should be taught every year.
Many parents are nervous about teaching math to their children, but you don’t have to be!
Schoolio is well-known for straight-forward, easy to use programming. Our open-and-go style, with scripted lessons and relevant practice work makes teaching a breeze!
The Schoolio Math program lets you and your student learn together and grow confident in your understanding of mathematics!
The five strands of mathematics in the Schoolio program include Number Sense, Algebra, Data Management, Spatial Sense, and Financial Literacy.
Spatial Sense units are centered around the properties and relationships of shapes, points, and location. It also includes measurements and dimensions. The Schoolio Canadian spatial sense program uses the metric measurement system, as used in Canada and most other countries in the world, and is the system students are likely to encounter both in advanced mathematics and academic endeavours in their futures.
At Schoolio, we believe that strong foundations in financial literacy are essential to success in adulthood. That’s why we include a Financial Literacy unit in every grade, beginning in grade 1. The Schoolio Canadian Financial Literacy teaches students Canadian coins and bills, as well as Canadian financial systems.
From a young age, kids learn that money means something, but what about finances?
Often times when children receive money, they walk through the toy aisle with the thrill of knowing something there can be theirs! And all thanks to that money that they have. But finances are so much more than just receiving money and rushing off to purchase something. Money has value. Money has purpose. And teaching our kids that from a young age is extremely important.