I've mentioned the Bedtime Math book series by Laura Overdeck before, but now that I've read through the second book and tried it out with my kids, I wanted to write a full review to tell you what we thought! The purpose behind the “Bedtime Math” series is to make math cool and get kids fired up about numbers. I really love the concept behind these books, and so I’ve been reading through the second book with my kids. While I have not read the Keep Reading...

## Math-U-See {Review!}: Primer Level

Here at our house, my sweet, precious, eldest daughter is wrapping up Kindergarten. Now that we have completed the entire Math-U-See Primer curriculum, I thought I would write a review to let you know what I think. *NOTE: This post is NOT sponsored or affiliated with Math-U-See in any way, and I am not being compensated for this review.* The basic philosophy behind Math-U-See is to build understanding of math concepts by starting from a Keep Reading...

## FREE Elementary Math Worksheets and Games

Instead of my weekly round-up of assorted math freebies, this week I am sharing a new discovery of mine: Math Salamanders! As a middle and high school teacher, I know where to look for extra practice worksheets (such as Kuta Software). I have not always been aware of or familiar with, however, resources and practice for elementary math classes. But now that I'm teaching my little ones, as well as tutoring a third grader, I have been on the Keep Reading...

## Alcumus Online Learning {A Review}

I recently stumbled upon an online resource that looked useful, especially since it is completely free. It’s from the people at Art of Problem Solving and this particular resource is called Alcumus. I wasn’t sure what to expect, especially since I haven’t used any other AoPS materials, and I do not have the curriculum that it is meant to complement. But after playing with it and experimenting, I am happy to say that it seems to be an Keep Reading...