Review a variety of math skills using these low-prep and fun summer math practice for 3rd-4th grade. Each print and play self-checking maze covers a different skill, for targeted review. Want an easy way to send some review home during the summer break? Or perhaps you are teaching summer school and need a fun activity for your kids to work on. Or maybe you are just looking for something for those last days of school when attention spans are at Keep Reading...

## Earth Day Math Games for Kids {FREE!}

Looking for a fun, Earth Day-themed math game to provide some easy, low-prep skills practice? This simple set of Earth Day Math Games includes a variety of levels and operations for kids. Want to include a fun Earth Day celebration with your kids on April 22? Take a break from your typical math routine with a simple and low-prep Earth Day math game. This set of board games requires no prep on your part: just print and play! And with the 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...

## {FREE} Single Digit Division Game for Grades 3-5

I love playing math games with my children. It is a wonderful way to practice math facts, and enjoy time together. And today I have a fun game to share with you. Get your kiddos working on memorizing their division facts with this low prep single digit division game. *Please Note: This post contains affiliate links which help support this site. Read our full disclosure here.* *This is a guest post from Rachel of You've Got This Math Keep Reading...

## How to Teach Multiplication & Division with LEGO Bricks

Introducing kids to multiplication and division can be difficult. All kids have known is counting and addition, so helping them make the transition from counting one by one to then adding fluently to then multiplying fluently takes time and patience and lots of practice. There are so many ways to do this, but today I want to focus on multiplication and division with LEGO bricks. Most kids LOVE building with these tiny blocks, and so they find it Keep Reading...

## Division Debate: Do Kids Need Long Division?

Teaching long division. Can you imagine anything more painful in homeschooling? The child staring at the problem with tears in their eyes thinking, "I will never understand this." And there's the mom who has explained for what feels like the 100th time thinking, "Why can't they get this?!" What if I told you that you don't have to teach long division? In fact, I don't teach it to my children and I never worried about it in the classroom. If Keep Reading...

## FREE Simple Printable Division Games {1-2 Digit Divisors}

How did you learn long division? Did your teacher drill the steps in your head? Was a fun song or chant involved? Or did your teacher write problem after problem on the board, while you copied them down? This wonderful math skill can be a struggle for many students. Long divison can be, well....long (guess the name clearly states that), and it can be tedious! We can't get around the longness of long division, or the fact that the steps seem to go Keep Reading...

## Multiplying Large Numbers with a Table: Building Number Sense

I remember the first time that I was introduced to using tables for multiplying large numbers, division and more. Prior to that, my experience with tables included reading them, interpreting them, and graphing them. Pretty straight forward stuff that most Algebra students experience. Yet here I was, in a class for math teachers, looking at a table that was clearly written by a 2nd grader. I don't mean to say that the handwriting was so bad Keep Reading...

## Simple, Interactive Division Vocabulary Booklet {FREE}

I probably should have been as intentional with each math unit, but whenever we hit our division unit there was some major vocabulary work. Division vocabulary words such as dividend, divisor, and quotient are thrown around when little ones are learning division, so a little extra help is always needed. We would work through each vocabulary word, and then begin each small group time with a quick and easy math vocabulary sort. My son is now Keep Reading...

## Simple and Fun Division BINGO Game: Answers as Fractions

If I were to hand my six-year-old 2 cookies and ask him to share it with each one of his siblings, he would know what to do. He would simply cut each cookie in half. Almost instinctively, he can see that he gets half, his brother gets half, and his twin siblings will each get half. In situations like that, dividing makes sense. Place a problem like 2 ÷ 4 in front of him, however, and confused looks are inevitable. So today I'm going to Keep Reading...

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