### Place value pool noodles? Genius!

Kim DePriest

Discover exciting and interactive math activities for elementary school children. Help your kids develop essential math skills while having fun at the same time.

Place value pool noodles? Genius!

Kim DePriest

Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!

Danielle Bryant

Play with your math! Use these printable math dominoes for addition & subtraction to make math more fun!

Cthurman

Ok… we’ve all been there. Where you peer out to your classroom and you’re having a via GIPHY Kind of day. This is seriously every teacher’s worse nightmare. What’s a teacher to do? I mean you have what you thought was a pretty good lesson planned, limited supplies, and of course hardly any time […]

Suzie Ruskowski

Repetition is the way to learn best when it comes to math and 3rd grade is no different. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are all learned best with lots and lots of practice. That’s where our worksheets come in handy. Worksheets are fun and visual, excellent aids for learning math. You can print all of […]

Ariana Frantz

It's Spring! So it's time for a fun Spring learning idea. I created a printable set of Fraction Flowers that includes fractions through 1/10. This can now be purchased in my shop. Fraction Flowers are a

Heather Noggle

We came back from winter break with a two day week last week. I really wanted to do a review of multiplication concepts, because we had been away from school for twelve days. So I had planned some …

Kylee Smith

I got this idea from here. I just started using it so I’ll have to see how it goes. I use it as part of my math rotation. The students work on it and mark it themselves and I check it at t…

Debbie Adcock

This post breaks down how I teach math in 5th grade and how my weekly instruction is structured, including the math resources needed.

Heather MacDonald

Build fact fluency with these engaging games and activities. Check out these super fun and creative ways to help your students stay engaged.

Melissa May