Typically, a math worksheet is filled with tedious computation problems. They cover the page with little to no room for writing out work and thinking, and can be so...boring. Well, today I want to share a set of adding decimals worksheets that are not your typical worksheet. Rather than a page filled with problems, each page has a single decimal addition problem, to be solved three different ways. Solving one problem using multiple methods and Keep Reading...

## {FREE} 3-Digit Subtraction with Regrouping Game

It was the turning point for me. I was sitting in a college teaching class, and the base ten blocks came out. The instructor proceeded to inform us how to teach subtraction with regrouping using base ten blocks. Though he was there to teach me how to teach a concept, he actually brought an understanding that hadn't happened in years of schooling. Math had never been my subject. I didn't understand it. Definitely couldn't do it in my head. And Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Taco Time: Tally and Bar Graph Practice

Looking for a fun and easy way to introduce your kids to data collection and analysis? You will love this simple tally and bar graph practice activity. What kid doesn't like tacos? Well, using this 'Taco Time' data collection page, kids can learn how to survey their friends to collect data, keep track using tally marks and then display the information with a bar graph. Data Collection: Using Tally Marks A very simple way for kids to learn Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Multiplication Equation Search: Unique Challenge for Kids

As I finish up third grade with one of my kids, we're spending a little time daily working through and practicing multiplication facts. I want this fun though, not boring and monotonous! Sometimes we play a fun multiplication card game like this one, and other times I give them independent practice. I created this set of multiplication games for 3rd grade as a low-prep but engaging way to practice multiplication. These games are similar to word Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Robot Long Division Practice for 4th Grade+

My oldest is incredible at math. Even new concepts rarely require more than a five-minute conversation and he is ready to go off and try it. And when he comes back, surprise, he has them all right. But we have finally found his Achilles heel. Long division. It is one of the few skills that we have had to spend extra time on, and go back and practice regularly. Even though long division can be long and tedious, I have wanted it to be fun for him. Keep Reading...

## Adorable Equivalent Fractions Robot Puzzles {FREE}

Understanding equivalent fractions is an essential part of learning and understanding fractions. And today I have a fun way for kids to practice finding fractions that are equivalent: Equivalent fractions puzzles with adorable robots! *Please note: This post contains affiliate links which support the work of this site. Read our full disclosure here.* *This is a guest post from Rachel of You've Got This Math Before Using the Equivalent Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Comparing Fractions Cut & Paste Practice with Visual Models

Giving five fractions to a child and saying, "Please put these in order from largest to smallest," can be quite daunting. But there are so many strategies that they can use to make it a little easier. One way is to start by just comparing two fractions, and another way is to have the children order fraction models. These simple comparing fractions cut and paste worksheets use visual models rather than just fractions, helping to support kids' Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Get Them in Order: Comparing Fractions Game

For many kids, wrapping their head around fractions-what they are, what they represent, how they're used-is a huge challenge. And at first glance, comparing fractions makes no sense, because it seems to go against what they've been previously taught (bigger value=bigger number). In order to work with and compute with fractions, kids need to have a strong fraction sense, and this includes understanding how fractions compare to each other. This Keep Reading...

## 20+ FREE Math Games & Lessons for March {Grades K-5}

Are you planning out your math lessons and activities for the month of March? Well look no further! Today I'm excited to share a huge collection of freebies to help you make math fun all month long. This set of free math lessons and games will help you to review skills, celebrate Pi Day and have fun with St. Patrick's Day themed math. And best of all? There's something for everyone here in grades K-5. FREE Daily Math Practice & Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Add & Subtract Integers: Real Life Lesson

There are so many ways we see and use integers in the real world. We even add and subtract integers all the time, though we might not realize it. So even though teaching how to add & subtract integers might sound scary to both teacher and student, there are actually ways to introduce this in real and meaningful ways. This post includes a real life lesson you can use to add & subtract integers and help kids see the "rules" before you Keep Reading...

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