Are you constantly fighting negative attitudes or tears when it comes time to practice math facts? Whether you are a homeschooling parent, or helping your child with their homework, there are inevitably times when your child is reluctant. Or maybe you face this every single day. While it may be tempting to just plow through and get it done, that's only going to exacerbate the problem. Instead, try taking a step back to evaluate where the Keep Reading...

## Multiplying Mixed Numbers Activity {FREE Puzzles}

To be completely honest, I used to dread it. Teaching multiplying mixed numbers by mixed numbers could become messy business. The steps were numerous, and one little mistake guarantees that the problem will be wrong. That all changed when I learned how to model multiplying mixed number by mixed numbers. This abstract concept now made sense to me, and I could help my children visualize it too. This once tedious process, became fun as we drew out Keep Reading...

## Subtracting Mixed Numbers Printable Board Game {FREE}

Ask a second or third-grade teacher what their students are struggling with and you might hear subtracting with regrouping. Ask an upper elementary teacher the same question, and you may not hear a different answer. Their answer may just involve fractions. Regrouping is difficult and when you add fractions, it can seem like an insurmountable challenge. Just like any arduous math concept, interactive notebooks, manipulatives, and games can make Keep Reading...

## Christmas Algebra Riddles: Solving Linear Equations {FREE}

I'm excited to share the newest math freebie in my "12 Days of Christmas" printables series! If you've missed the rest, no worries! They're not going anywhere and you can still get all 12 free math resources. Yay! But if you're looking specifically for Algebra ideas, then you're in the right place. Today I'm sharing some simple, low prep Algebra practice to work on solving linear equations. (And stay tuned for more Christmas themed Algebra Keep Reading...

## Christmas Graphing Challenge: Graphing Linear Equations

If you teach Pre-Algebra or Algebra, then I have a fun Christmas themed freebie for you today! One skill that is so important in early Algebra is graphing linear equations. I spent a lot of time as a teacher trying to help kids recognize that the graph is a picture of what the equation represents. It's just another way to represent the information. So to help kids understand the connections between a table, an equation and the graph of a line Keep Reading...

## Christmas Equations: Algebra Skills Activity {FREE}

Welcome to Day 9 in my "12 Days of Christmas" math series! I love creating fun, holiday themed math lessons, worksheets and games, and I hope that today's activity provides a fun Christmas challenge for your students! Use this set of Christmas equations in a number of different ways depending on the age of your kids. This easy to use Christmas equations worksheet is a great way to get kids thinking outside of the box, using their problem solving Keep Reading...

## Christmas Printable Fraction Board Game

Today I'm continuing my series of Christmas math freebies with another fun fraction challenge! Working with and understanding fractions can be so hard, but it doesn't have to be boring. This printable fraction game will get your kids in the Christmas spirit, and give them an opportunity to practice operations with fractions at the same time. It's perfect for kids who are ready to simplify, add and subtract fractions. *Please Note: Some of Keep Reading...

## Christmas Make Ten Sort {FREE}

Welcome to the second day in my series, "The 12 Days of Christmas Printables." Over the course of 12 days, I am sharing 12 different Christmas themed games and activities for Kindergarten through Algebra! (If you missed day one, go grab that freebie here). Today I'm sharing a simple activity that can be used as a math center or quiet, independent activity. Knowing how to "make ten" is an important early math skill because it can be used as a Keep Reading...

## Simple, Low Prep Equivalent Fractions Game! {FREE}

Fractions! Some children just get them, and others struggle to make sense of these types of numbers. As teachers, whether as a classroom teacher, homeschool mom, or as a parent, our job is to present them in ways that help our kiddos make connections. This easy to play equivalent fractions game will give your kids a chance to familiarize themselves with fractions in a fun way! *Please Note: This post includes affiliate links which help Keep Reading...

## Fun Fall Addition and Subtraction Puzzles {FREE}

Recently, I printed some simple puzzles for my daughter (Kindergarten) to practice putting the numbers 1-10 in order (similar to the ones in this printable pack). We're been practicing counting, recognizing numerals and understanding number order, so it was a fun project for her. My son, however, wanted to try some puzzles too. The problem is, he's in first grade, and well beyond placing the numbers from 1-10 in order. But he really wanted Keep Reading...

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