Teaching Math Online is a must read for every primary and elementary teacher faced by the COVID-19 pandemic, or teaching from a distance. In 80 pages, Marian Small guides you through the nuance of teaching mathematics through a screen. With sections focused on strategies for each grade, you will learn how to adapt in-class approaches to the virtual world with intention and deliberate pedagogy. Throughout the book, Small focuses on re-imagining differentiation, open-ended questions and parallel tasks through the virtual environment. Visualizations and models are core to these strategies, and build on effective questions presented through a new lens. Chapter 3 focuses entirely on logistics, acknowledging and contextualizing the new complexities of teaching mathematics online. Supplementary videos are included for additional supports, and the two appendices provide scripts and templates for your success.