Looking for more practice with math story problems? This set of problems uses the idea of creating a lemonade stand to sell lemonade as the basis for the problems. Understanding word problems (and understanding what the question is asking) and then knowing how to appropriately solve them is a challenge for many kids. Give them some extra practice with these Lemonade Stand Word Problems for grades 3-5! *Please note: This post includes Keep Reading...

## Easter Math Games: Addition & Subtraction Within 20

Grab some game pieces and add some fun to your math time with this set of Easter math games! Set includes 2 different board games to practice addition and subtraction within 20. If your kindergartner or first grader could use some extra practice with addition and subtraction to 20, you'll love this adorable set of Easter math games. These board games can provide practice with mental math skills, using different strategies and will add some Keep Reading...

## Easter Peeps: Add & Subtract Integers Game {FREE}

Give your kids some fun, Easter themed math with this set of Easter Peeps Integers Game! This is a fun and easy way to practice adding & subtracting integers. Looking for a simple and fun way to practice integer operations? These adorable Easter Peeps Matching Cards can be used for a variety of games to help kids practice adding and subtracting integers. And this can be a fun and easy way to take a break from your normal math Keep Reading...

## 1, 2, 3, Animals! A First Counting Book for Toddlers

Are you looking for the perfect counting book for toddlers or preschoolers? 1, 2, 3, Animals! was written to engage young minds while providing a solid early math foundation. One of my favorite ways to introduce, explore and review math concepts is by reading picture books with my kids. This is a non-threatening way to see math, and it provides something new and different from the regular math routine. In addition, picture books can show math Keep Reading...

## K-8 Math at Home: Resources for School Closures

Looking for simple math resources for your kids because of COVID-19? This is the ultimate collection of math resources for school closures available for grades K-8. Most days I can't even keep up with the latest developments surrounding the COVID-19 health crisis. Even though I was already a homeschool mom (and so, less affected by school closures than others have been), I have felt overwhelmed as I watched so many lives turned upside down Keep Reading...

## The BEST Counting Books for Kids

Looking for the BEST counting books for kids to spark an early love of reading and numbers? This list will get you started with books to teach counting, number recognition and more. One of my favorite ways to engage kids with math and numbers is through reading picture books. This is a low-floor activity that allows all children to listen and participate, regardless of math ability. Plus, it's a non-threatening way to see and learn about math Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Pi Day Logic Puzzles | Grades 4+

Challenge kids in grades 4+ this March 14 with this fun and FREE set of Pi Day logic puzzles! Includes a grid puzzle and two sudoku puzzles. Are you excited to make math fun this Pi Day? I love finding new ways to celebrate and explore various math concepts each Pi Day: March 14. This is a great opportunity to introduce the number pi-how it's derived and how it relates to measurement-and circles. It's also a fun day to learn about Albert Keep Reading...

## {FREE} St. Patrick’s Day Triangle Game | Grades 4-6

Teach your kids triangle properties and types of triangles with this adorable St. Patrick's Day triangle game. There is something fun about learning and exploring shapes. And today, we get to explore triangles! Learn how to compare triangles and classify triangles using different names to represent the different categories of triangles. These vocabulary terms may be new for your kids, so you may want to do a quick overview of the terms before Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Skittles Math: Place Value Mats

Help kids to see large numbers and make sense of decimals with this set of Skittles Math Place Value Mats! Kids use Skittles candy to build and manipulate numbers to understand place value. My kids always get excited when they see me buy a big ol' bag of Skittles candy. Why? Because they know it means we're gearing up for some Skittles math! Although I have shared lots of Skittles math ideas in the past, especially for our little math Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Valentine’s Day Fraction and Decimal Conversions Game

This Valentine's Day, help your fifth and sixth grade students learn to recognize common fraction and decimal conversions with this simple and fun board game. There are some math facts that are helpful for kids to memorize and know fluently. When our students can quickly recall multiplication facts or basic addition facts, they are more accurate in their calculations. They can also perform tasks quicker....which is very helpful when faced with Keep Reading...

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