Student Success

Odd Boy Out: Young Albert Einstein by Don Brown

 on April 17, 2015

Odd Boy Out by Don Brown is a fantastic look at the young life of Albert Einstein. Perfect for grades 3-5, this book is a wonderful depiction of Albert Einstein's sometimes difficult childhood. 

Class Activity 2x4=8

 on April 13, 2015

Our method uses imaginative, sometimes goofy, pictures and stories to help a student remember the answers to the multiplication facts.

Each Multiplication Equation has a story and pictures to help your students memorize their times tables. 

Here is the story and picture to memorize for 2x4=8. 
 

A Class Activity For Teaching 4x6

 on March 17, 2015

Teaching the multiplication facts with our pictures and story association is so much fun.  

For the fact 4 (floor) x 6 (chicks) try this activity.


For this activity you will need:

-Candy or a fun treat. Using Peeps to represent 6 (chicks) is always fun!

- A mix of markers, crayons and colored pencils. 

- White paper or small paper bags, enough for each student.

Flower Fact Families

 on March 12, 2015


A fact family is the relationship between 3 numbers that can be added, subtracted, multiplied or divided. 

For example: take the three numbers

3, 4, 12

Lorax Shapes

 on March 10, 2015

I love this adorable Lorax Shape project I saw in the hallway at my daughter's school this week! 

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.

Annika Riz, Math Whiz by Claudia Mills

 on February 23, 2015

Annika Riz, Math Wiz by Claudia Mills is a great book in the "Franklin School Friends Series" to show your 7 to 10-year-olds how important math is in everyday life. 

Multiplication Story and Class Activity for 2x6=12

 on February 23, 2015

 

I love this multiplication story! Who wouldn't love a baby chick dressed as an elf?!  Try this fun drawing and painting project to illustrate the math fact 2X6!  Scroll down to see examples and to find the project instructions!

Multiplication Story 2x3=6 and Activity

 on February 19, 2015

 

Our method uses imaginative, sometimes goofy, pictures and stories to help a student remember the answers to the multiplication facts.

Each Multiplication Equation has a story and pictures to help your students memorize their times tables. 

Here is the story and picture to memorize for 2x3=6
 

Free Multiplication Stories For Kids: 2x2=4

 on February 18, 2015

It's that time of year, near and far kids are learning their multiplication facts.   

Multiplication facts are the building blocks of math, and multiplication.com has come up with a great way to teach the times tables through pictures and stories. 

This activity is perfect for all learning styles and it's FUN,  and what kiddo couldn't use a little more fun in the math department?!  

For this activity have students get into pairs or small groups.  

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