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...

## 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...

## Christmas Math Puzzles for Kids {FREE!}

I know how crazy those days leading up to Christmas break can get. The kids are ready to be done, and let's face it, teachers are usually ready to be done too! It can be hard to keep kids engaged during this time. Or maybe you teach high school and you're gearing up for final exams. What are your kids supposed to do when they've finished? Well today, I'm sharing a fun, yet challenging set of Christmas math puzzles to help your kids deepen their 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...

## {FREE} Adding & Subtracting Decimals Game for Grades 4-6

Adding three-digit numbers doesn't seem to be a difficult concept for many children. Make it subtraction, however, and we create some difficulty. But add a decimal in there and it can throw some kiddos for a loop. As in teaching any concept it is important to build that background knowledge of what decimals are before we begin to introduce adding and subtracting. Just as we want our younger ones to understand what the ones place is verses the Keep Reading...

## Fun Thanksgiving Math & Logic Puzzles {FREE}

Ahh, that day before Thanksgiving break. Classes are short, so there's no time to give a test, but you're about to go on break (and you know kids won't be reviewing math) so you can't teach something new. How can you plan your time so it's not wasted?? How about some fun, yet challenging Thanksgiving math puzzles? This set of logic and Sudoku puzzles will help your kids work on their logic and critical thinking skills. *Please Note: This Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Ordinal Numbers Game for Kindergarten-First Grade

I've recently been teaching and practicing ordinal numbers with my first grader. And although this is an important concept (and something we use in real life frequently), it seems like it's not covered very thoroughly in many math curricula. So I created some fun additional practice! This low-prep ordinal numbers game can be played again and again. Helping Kids Understand Counting Numbers v. Ordinal Numbers If your kiddos are in first Keep Reading...

## Hands On Area and Perimeter Game {FREE Printable}

I love geometry units. It is easy to pull out the manipulatives and let children explore, build, and be creative. Teaching area and the perimeter of shapes isn't any different. There are so many hands-on ways for children to explore and create with this topic. But like all math concepts, practice is needed....and this fun, STEM inspired Area and Perimeter Game is a great way to get some practice in. :) *Please Note: This post contains Keep Reading...

## Visual Equivalent Fractions Game Printable {FREE}

When developing fraction sense, this is an essential part of any fraction unit. When students understand this concept it can help them compare fractions and even order them. It will even help students simplify fractions. What is it? Equivalent fractions! And like most concepts, there are numerous ways to teach it. Today I want to share a fun and simple equivalent fractions game printable that incorporates multiple Keep Reading...

## Fun and Engaging Kindergarten Math App {CCSS Aligned}

Are you looking for fun new ways to prepare your child for Kindergarten math? Or perhaps your child has finished Kindergarten, but needs to review over the Summer (raising my hand!). Either way, I have a fun new Kindergarten math app from Zap Zap Math to share that your kids will love! *Please Note: This post is sponsored by Zap Zap Math and I was compensated for my time in writing this review. All opinions, however, are 100% my own and I Keep Reading...

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