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Animators Need Math

So your child thinks that they are the arty type: left-brained, creative and imaginative. They love to draw and they’re pretty good at it. With a scented marker in their hand, they are telling you that math really won’t be that useful to them. They have other careers in mind. But artists don’t make money, […]

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Fraction Games!

Fractions are a very important skill in mathematics. Unfortunately, many kids have a lot of difficulty with the concept. No worries, just check out The Monster’s Share from Matific to help your students to master fractions easily. If you don’t have a computer in class, you can create this fraction hopscotch from Resourceaholic and give […]

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Skip Counting

Skip counting builds a strong foundation for multiplication. The students can solve simple multiplication using skip counting. For example, two multiplied by four is the same as two counted 4 four times which equals eight. You can teach skip counting in many ways, and Matific has a great game, Ahoy!, with which kids can explore […]

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Commutative Property

 The Commutative Property is very important, but sometimes can be a difficult topic to grasp. If students have trouble understanding the concept, Matific has a great episode ‘A Balancing Act’ that children can use for further practice. If you don’t have a computer in class, you can use paint as an alternative to demonstrate the […]

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Multiply by Nine

The nine times table can be difficult for some students to remember.  If your students have a hard time with multiplying by nine and could use more practice, Matific has a fun worksheet they can use to practice! If you don’t have a computer in class, Come Together Kids has a great trick to practice […]

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Subtraction Games!

Many students struggle with subtraction.  If your students need to practice subtraction, check out Busy As A Bee for fun and interactive reinforcement. http://bit.ly/1KkIq36 If you don’t have a computer in class, What The Teacher Wants has a great idea for a fun activity to learn subtraction. Place 10 cups in a bowling formation and […]