Holidays

5 Fun Summer Math Activities: Don't Slide, Soar!

 on May 24, 2016

Your kids have worked so hard all year!  Help them retain their knowledge so that they can soar--not slide--during summer break.

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:

Christmas Multiplication City Art and The Night Before Christmas

 on November 23, 2015


I'm sure you have seen the adorable cities that are floating around the World Wide Web!  A city made of paper and lots of colorful shapes, designed to represent a multiplication array.

I love the idea of using a little something creative to help kids learn, practice and reinforce math concepts.

Multiplication Story Activity for 3x3=9

 on November 23, 2015

Teaching the multiplication facts can be a whole lot easier and more successful if it's fun, hands on and silly enough your students can't forget. 

 That's exactly what our method of teaching the times tables is... crazy, fun, learning!

Since the holidays are officially here and most students have Christmas on the brain, this is the perfect activity to teach 3 x 3 = 9.

Thanksgiving Multiplication Dice Roll Worksheet

 on November 3, 2015

Dice Roll Worksheets are a great way for students to practice math facts.

The roll of the dice means that there is an infinite amount and combination of problems your students will get to work out. And students will have fun rolling the dice to create their math problems rather than just sitting down to another boring worksheet. :)

5 of Our Favorite 4th of July Math Kabobs

 on June 18, 2015

Using summer fun for  learning can be as simple as these yummy festive kabobs.

Have your kids practice counting, patterns, arrays and so much more with these hands on kabob recipes for the 4th of July.

Berry Kabobs from Family Circle

Thread 4 blueberries, 2 mini-marshmallows and 2 raspberries on each of five 10-inch wooden sticks.

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