I'm a fairly new homeschool mom. We will soon be wrapping up our second year of homeschooling. While in some ways I feel like I've learned a lot and have grown in my confidence, there are other things that remind me I still have a lot to learn. (Maybe I'll have it all figured out by the time the fourth child starts school, haha!) The biggest thing I have failed to do well is focus on handwriting with my kindergartener and first grader. Because Keep Reading...

## Printable Multiplication Games {FREE}

My daughter is starting to recognize patterns in addition such as 3 groups of 3 is equal to nine or I can figure out 5 fives by skip counting by fives. It's exciting to see her forming these connections before I formally introduce multiplication. As I've been thinking about the best ways to introduce and model multiplication for her, I've been working on a lesson pack to share with my readers as well! These games (and so much more) are included Keep Reading...

## St. Patrick’s Day Math Pack {K-1}

There are so many fun celebrations in March as we look froward to Spring and warm weather. For younger kids, it's especially fun to celebrate Dr. Seuss and his many lovable characters. And of course as math geeks, it's essential to celebrate Pi Day (which also happens to be Einstein's birthday!). Then we celebrate St. Patrick's Day with shamrocks and pots of gold and all things green. Because my kids love themed lessons (and because I'm not Keep Reading...

## Tips for Teaching Math with Sir Cumference

As I've shared before, I love teaching, introducing and exploring math concepts with math literature. Some of my favorite books are the "Sir Cumference" books by Cindy Neuschwander. They are full of humor and wit, all while exploring important math topics in a way that is fun and engaging. Today I want to share some tips for teaching math with Sir Cumference, as well as free resources to extend the learning! *Please Note: Some of the links Keep Reading...

## Ten Apples Up On Top Math Game {FREE}

My kids are SO excited to celebrate Dr.Seuss's birthday (March 2)! We've enjoyed reading many of his books this week, and over the weekend enjoyed the latest, What Pet Should I Get, at story time at Barnes and Noble. After reading one of their favorites, Ten Apples Up on Top, I simply had to put together this printable board game. It's easy to prep and easy to play, and has provided lots of Dr. Seuss math fun this week! I hope you and your kids Keep Reading...

## March Math Problem of the Day Calendar

I have so enjoyed working through our February math problem of the day calendar with my daughter! She has enjoyed doing a problem each day and we've had fun talking about the date and learning a little from the calendar as well. And I was astonished at the amazing response from readers! I am so glad that so many others are finding this idea to be a fun and easy way to start the day with math! So today I'm sharing the March Math Problem of the Day Keep Reading...

## Pass the Pi: A Hands On Pi Day Investigation

No matter the age of your kids, Pi Day (aka March 14th) is a fantastic opportunity to explore math concepts! There are so many things to teach and explore related to the number pi, the circumference or diameter of a circle, or some math history related to this fascinating number. I'm always on the lookout for fun Pi Day learning activities, and have already shared this simple Pi Day Sing Along to get kids of all ages in on the fun. Today I'm 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...

## Valentine’s Day Algebra Practice Pack! {FREE!}

Having taught many different levels of Algebra over the years, I always have so many ideas that I want to share with you, but not always enough time to get it created and posted! So slowly but surely I'm starting to get things together and today I'm excited to share what I hope is a fun and helpful resource for Valentine's Day! This Valentine's Day Algebra practice pack covers many different skills for students to practice and review. As I Keep Reading...

## February Math Problem of the Day {FREE Printable!}

I love spending some time each day looking at the calendar with my kids and learning things like the days of the week, and exploring math concepts by asking questions such as, "How many days until Daddy's birthday?" or "How many more days are in January than February?" But lately, we've gotten out of the habit, as my kids know the days of the week, months of the year, etc. So I came up with a new idea to still spend some time with the calendar, Keep Reading...

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