# Multiplication Cootie-Catchers

on October 5, 2016

The Cootie-Catchers are back!

# 5 Holiday Decoration Projects for Your STEM Classroom

on November 30, 2015

That's right, make math and Christmas collide (in a good way) this Christmas!  Not only will you be bringing good cheer to your doting students, but you will be reinforcing math awareness, boosting math-itude, and giving students valuable practice with the fundamentals.  These projects are great for all ages, in the family or school classroom.

1. Tree Garland made with Cupcake Wrappers:

# The Perfect Fall Lesson (with FREE Printables): Math, Art, Graphing and Treats

on September 21, 2015

Fall has arrived.

For most teachers, this means classrooms are loaded with all sorts of fall projects, worksheets, and autumn-colored art.

If you are looking for a great art project to do this fall... look no further.

# Harvest Mosaic Art

on September 17, 2015

# Multiplication Story Mobile and Class Activity: 4 X 7 = 28

on May 1, 2015

Multiplication.com uses silly stories to help students remember their times tables.  One way to help students remember these silly stories is to have them use prompts.  This story mobile is the perfect way to remember that 4 (DOOR) X 7 (SURFIN') = 28 (DENTY PLATE).

# Acrylic Dolphin Shade, Tint and Hues Circle Art Project

on April 23, 2015

on March 17, 2015

# Teach the Multiplication Fact 3x6 With Class Activity

on February 27, 2015

Looking for a cute Easter art project?

Or how about a fun way to teach multiplication facts?

I found this chick potato print project the other day and these adorable chicks got me thinking they would work perfect for 1) just a cute art project or 2) an activity to teach a multiplication fact.

# Periodic Table of Elements Class Project with FREE printable

on January 29, 2015

Looking for a creative way to teach and display the  Periodic Table of Elements?

Well, look no further!

I saw this beautiful hallway of knowledge the other day, so colorfully displayed at my son's school.

# Make Your Own Valentine Origami

on January 28, 2015

So apparently I blinked and it was already Feb. 2015!  How did that happen?  Time to think about Valentines for the kids class....

My family has started a new tradition on Sunday nights.  After dinner, we clear the table and gather around to gorge ourselves on doughnuts and do an art project. It has become the highlight of our week.

We are trying to eat better and cut out most of our sweets, so doughnut night is a big deal.  In fact,  I am pretty sure I heard one of my kids growl as the last doughnut was being lifted from the plate!!!