How can I bring more spark and connection to my Numeracy instruction? How do I address the math curriculum, while integrating Indiginous content and the First People's Principles of Learning? What strategies will help me reach the broad range of interests, abilities and needs of my diverse class? How can I make fun STEM challenges work to support my math instruction? What do mathematical competancies look like in action? Have you always wanted to try math inquiry with your students, but it seemed too daunting or you don't know where to start? Have you tried, but it doesn't feel like it's working? In this workshop I will address these things through the lens of Numeracy Inquiry: From simple, one session explorations to complex long-term inquiries. Whether students are at home or in the classroom, inquiry is a powerful way to build conceptual understandings, connections, student efficacy and JOY. Join me to explore some examples from the landscape of inquiry and the ways in which they support positive numeracy education for all learners. The examples used in the workshop will be from K-7 classrooms, but the ideas can be expanded beyond the Elementary level.