Even though everyone needs a break during the summer, fun and informal learning should still continue. Our summer learning tends to revolve around the computer. I find a learning program that will have them practice their math and reading skills in a fun way. This year I have one other goal for my oldest kiddo. He has mastered skip counting, but can only solve multiplication problems by skip counting. When you are solving three-digit Keep Reading...

## Hands On Adding Fractions Game for Kids

Do you dread teaching adding fractions with unlike denominators? Does the thought of working on mixed numbers make you frown? Well, it doesn't have to be hard and it doesn't have to be boring. In fact, with a little practice, your children can be adding fractions without pencil and paper. Normally, I would say that games are a great way to practice and review skills. But this adding fractions game is a little different. It is designed to allow Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Missing Factor BINGO Game: Fun Multiplication Challenge

Are your children learning their multiplication facts? We know that it is important for children to be able to skip count and be able to answer simple multiplication answers. Another aspect of teaching multiplication is to focus on fact families, which in turn leads to finding missing factors in expressions. And this free, low-prep missing factor game is a wonderful way to practice finding missing factors. Please Note: This post contains Keep Reading...

## Prime and Composite Numbers Worksheets: {FREE} Activity Pack

Did you know that Cicadas base their life on prime numbers? They only hatch at intervals of 13 and 17 years...which are both prime numbers. It is an odd fact, but interesting to note that prime and composite numbers can be found in other areas besides a math classroom. And today we are going to look at these interesting numbers with this set of prime and composite numbers worksheets! This is a guest post from Rachel at You've Got This Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Easy Popcorn Factoring Practice Activity

Is learning factors apart of your multiplication unit? Learning factors can seem like a tedious process, but it is an important one. This simple, but fun factoring practice activity will help kids practice finding factors. Want to add to the fun? Snack on some popcorn while you work out the solutions. ;) *Please Note: This post contains affiliate links which help support the work of this site. Read our full disclosure here.* What are Keep Reading...

## Valentine’s Day Logic Puzzles for Kids {FREE}

Special holidays can be a great time to get out of your normal math routine and let your kids work on something new and different. Logical reasoning is one of those important math areas that is usually lacking in math textbooks. But supplementing your curriculum with the occasional logic puzzle is a great way to weave it in! This set of Valentine's Day Logic Puzzles is perfect for kids ages 9 and up. *Please Note: This post contains Keep Reading...

## 100 Math Ideas for the 100th Day of School

Celebrating the 100th day of school just begs for fun, engaging, out of the box math activities. I mean, it's the number 100! You can count things, explore, estimate, read good books, and so on and so on. Whenever you reach this momentous day with your kiddos, celebrate by taking a break from your normal, everyday math routine and explore the number 100 in 100 different ways! Ok, maybe don't try all 100 at once, but you're bound to find at least Keep Reading...

## 100th Day of School STEM Activities for K-6 {FREE!}

Are you quickly approaching your 100th day of school? This is a fun and exciting milestone in the school year, and for the first time as a homeschool mom I'm celebrating with my kids. I've been gathering tons of fun ideas to get out of our normal routine, while still learning important skills. I also created a STEM challenge especially for my kiddos who are in kindergarten, first grade and second grade because I wanted something they could all do Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Properties of Multiplication Cut & Paste Practice

There are so many steps to teaching multiplication. It starts with understanding what multiplication is (area or arrays), moves into learning the math facts, and proceeds into conquering two digit and three digit multiplication. There is a step that I often skipped as a classroom teacher: properties of multiplication. *This is a guest post from Rachel of You've Got This Math. Teaching the Properties of Multiplication: As a teacher, Keep Reading...

## Increase Fluency with Simple Math Dice Games Your Kids Will LOVE

My daughter keeps mixing up her addition facts with her subtraction facts with her multiplication facts. As a fifth grader, she’s responsible for all of it, including division. And her teacher this year is focused on speed along with accuracy. My daughter has to be able to know 8 + 8 and then 8 x 8, within five seconds of each other. Knowing math facts is important. But being able to switch between all the math properties is key to problem Keep Reading...

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