It's time for a new year and a fresh start! If you're looking for a simple way to weave in daily math practice or just a fun way to help kids continually review important skills, try these math problem of the day calendars. There are so many ways to use these, making consistent review possible. And I'm excited to share that this set of January 2019 Math Problem of the Day Calendars includes 3 different calendars with different levels of math Keep Reading...

## {Free} Summer Math Calendars for Grades K-5

The time is here. The joyful sounds of children finally free from the daily routine of school and homework. They're ready for fun, sun-filled days of freedom and a lack of responsibility. And rightly so--they're kids, and they need freedom to play and explore, get messy and get bored. But you also know that with those long Summer days comes the Summer slide. A regression or loss of all that valuable learning that took place during the school Keep Reading...

## July Math Problem of the Day Calendar

Summer is in full swing around here, and I was concerned that there wouldn't be much interest in a July Math calendar. Boy was I wrong! Thank you for all the great feedback, I am so overjoyed that so many of you use and love these calendars, and more importantly, that your kids love them! :) So today I'm excited to share the July Math Problem of the Day Calendar, as well as lots of ideas for how to use it! July Math Problem of the Day Keep Reading...

## June Math Problem of the Day Calendar

I know you are probably gearing up for summer and the long awaited break from school, but today I wanted to share a simple way to keep learning over the summer! This June Math Problem of the Day Calendar can be used each day for a quick 5 minutes of math to keep those brains sharp in the midst of swimming pools and sleepovers, and any other summer fun you have planned! *Note: This calendar is from June 2016. You can get a set of summer Keep Reading...

## April Math Problem of the Day Calendar {FREE}

Are you ready for April showers? I don't mind the rain because it makes everything so green and beautiful and helps rid the air of pollen and all that other stuff that make my allergies go crazy! ;) I'm also excited about April because I have a brand new set of Math Problem of the Day Calendars to share! I'll be honest, March was so crazy and busy, I almost forgot to make these! But today they're ready, just in time to print by April 1st! This is Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up

Welcome to the weekly collection of math teaching freebies from around the web! I love creating resources to make teaching math easier and more fun, but there are a lot of other great resources out there as well! Check back each week for more math goodness! Do you have a freebie to share with math educators? Send me a link so I can share it here! Kindergarten-2nd Grade: This post at Smiling and Shining in Second Grade has some great ideas Keep Reading...