Happy Pi Day! Yes, today, March 14th, is known around the world as Pi Day, representing the decimal approximation of this fantastic irrational number (3.14). I have shared many fun ideas and activities to do with kids to celebrate this exciting event, but did you know that March 14th is also the birthday of Albert Einstein? As I thought about what to do with my kids for Pi Day this year, I thought we would change things up by celebrating this Keep Reading...

## 6 Little Known Benefits of Taking Math Outside

Are your kids excited each day to do math? Maybe they love math. If so, that's great! If not, I want to encourage you to find ways to make it less painful and maybe even a little bit fun. If you have a reluctant math learner, there are things you can do to help and support them. One of my favorite ways to get kids more involved and excited about learning math is to take it outside. There are so many benefits of taking math outside that I hope you Keep Reading...

## Learning About 3D Shapes with Atmosflare 3D Pen

I've recently been reviewing and exploring shapes with my daughter. At 7 years old, she knows the names and attributes of basic shapes, so we've been working on understanding them more deeply, and especially seeing how we can break apart and put together shapes to form new ones. As part of this exploration, we've looked at several different 3D shapes and talked about the shapes of the faces. There are lots of fun ways to teach and explore 3D Keep Reading...

## Pi Day Sing Along {FREE Printable!}

Get ready fellow math geeks, "Pi Day" is almost here! The day to celebrate the wonderfully simple and yet, at the same time complex, number pi. And of course, a fantastic excuse to PARTY! :) I'm so excited to help you prepare, and want to share a fun resource that can be used with kids of all ages! This Pi Day Sing Along has been recently updated, and now includes two pages of goofy math songs! *Please Note: This post contains affiliate Keep Reading...

## Snow Day Math: Addition in the Snow

I am really ready for spring. I'm ready for warm weather and t-shirts. I'm ready for my kids to spend the better part of the day playing and exploring outside. Unfortunately, we've had snow for the last week. And it's still coming down. So instead of staying stuck inside, I decided to embrace the cold and take school outside! So last week I took my kids outside to do math in the snow. It was a nice change of pace, and a good excuse to get out of Keep Reading...

## Redbird Mathematics Online Math Program Review

As I have mentioned before, I've tried out a handful of math curriculum with my children. I used Math-U-See for Kindergarten with my daughter and now I'm using Singapore for first grade. I love both of these curricula, but after starting my son's kindergarten year with Math-U-See, it quickly became apparent that it was not challenging enough for him. In an effort to challenge him and change things up, he's been using the online math Keep Reading...

## Making Math Relevant: Learning Math Through Jewelry Making

If you can engage students in the math that they're learning, they are more likely to learn it and retain it. Finding a way to actually engage them, however, can sometimes prove difficult, especially if they already have a distaste for math or have decided they are not a "math person." There are many ways to try and engage reluctant math learners, but one way that is effective as well as practical is to make math relevant. Use the topics, hobbies Keep Reading...

## Top Math Resources of 2015!

In case you were unaware, I launched this site in March of 2015. I've had so much fun, learned so much and made some amazing friends over the course of the last ten months! As I looked back on the year and thought about what I want to create and share in 2016, I decided to see what the most popular articles and math resources have been so far. Discovering my top math resources of 2015 has helped me come up with a plan for even more and Keep Reading...

## How to Find a Math Tutor for Your Child

Although we as parents are to be our child's first and most important teacher, there may come a point in their learning where you feel like a personal, one-on-one math tutor is needed. This may be because your personalities clash, they respond better to someone other than mom and dad, or because you feel like the math they're learning is beyond your knowledge and ability. Whatever the reason, before you spend your hard earned money on a tutor, do Keep Reading...

## Decorate a Christmas Tree! {Number Sense Activity}

I recently wrote about a fun and simple way to increase number sense and help kids think creatively about numbers. The "Build a Turkey" Number Sense lesson was so popular that I made a similar activity for Christmas! I was so excited to create this activity, I went a little overboard purchasing Christmas clipart. So if you like this, be sure to check back throughout December for more Christmas learning activities and printables! This Christmas Keep Reading...

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