Free Skip Counting Printable Packet

Free Skip Counting Printable Packet The Relaxed Homeschool has a fun math worksheet packet for you! This pack will help your students practice their skip counting skills. They will practice counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s. Grab your free skip counting printable today!

Free Bugs Shapes Math Game

Free Bugs Shapes Math Game Finding fun, stuff educational games is a great way to encourage your kids to enjoy learning! It is important to ensure that learning is a fun activity in order for your kids to want to learn. Little learners need to work on their counting skills and shape recognition.

Christmas Counting Printables

Christmas Counting Printables   Looking for a fun game for multi-levels? This counting printable is aimed at kids from toddlers to kindergarten students. Living Life and Learning is sharing their Christmas Counting Printables. Make sure you grab your copy today.

Christmas Math Worksheets for 2nd Grade

Christmas Math Worksheets for 2nd Grade Math is not always the favorite school subject for many kids, but when you make it fun they’ll be more excited to practice working on their mathematical skills! One way to make learning math more fun is to use fun themed math worksheets that your kids will enjoy! This […]

The Three Little Pigs Count to 100 {Book Review}

The Three Little Pigs Count to 100 {Book Review} I think most of us and our children know the traditional story about the three little pigs, right? Well Grace Maccarone has written a new book, The Three Little Pigs Count to 100, which introduces children to the classic story but with a slight twist!

Fun Ways to Use a Hundreds Chart

  Looking for a few simple ways to jazz up math time or add some fun math activities to your homeschool day?

Learn With Homer {Review}

Do you have a young one at home that is learning how to read? With all of the apps, games, and fun tools that claim to teach our kids how to read, it’s hard to decide which one to use! But I have started using the website & app “Learn with Homer” and I’m excited […]

Math-U-See {Review}

My 6 year old started Kindergarten this past fall. I pieced together his curriculum from various sources, and was given the opportunity to try out the Beta level of Math-U-See. This is a program that uses blocks/manipulatives to give a hands-on approach to learning.

Free Printable for Lucky Penny Day

Did you know that there is a fun holiday on May 23rd called Lucky Penny Day? A lot of people don’t know about the holiday, but it is a wonderful time to teach your children All About Money! In honor of Lucky Penny Day, Katie from Paradise Praises has created a 25 page FREE printable […]

Dinosaur Math Worksheets

The dinosaur math worksheets are super cute and a great way to make learning math fun. These would be great for your  kindergarten or grade 1 student, my son loved them.  I’ve created pages for number recognitions, addition, subtraction, ten frames, fill in the blanks and connect the dot puzzles. Download these Dinosaur Math Worksheets […]

A-Plus Interactive Math {Review}

Math can be a tricky subject for our kids, no matter what grade they are in! Sherryl Wilson has written about this topic over at her blog, Simply Sherryl, and breaks down an online resource called A-Plus Interactive Math. This is a great place to either teach your child math straight from their website using […]

Math Cheat Sheet

Math Cheat Sheet Struggle with Math? Samantha created a personalized Math Cheat Sheet! You can be a whiz at math – no matter if you like it or not.

Color By Code Freebie

Working on Addition & Subtraction facts? This month the Color By Code Freebie is being offered by Educents. What a fun and colorful way for children to practice and apply skills for addition and subtraction. The equations have the sums and differences of up to 15.

School of Bookkeeping

Looking for an extra high school level Math course? Perhaps even a training course in keeping the books or budget for your home or business. Sherryl @ Simply Sherryl is reviewing the School of Bookkeeping course.

Guesstimations

We’ve all seen those games where you try to guess how many jelly beans are in a jar. When it’s too hard to count ‘em up and too much time to calculate, it’s time to guesstimate the answer. I use this technique all the time to “ball park” my answer so I know if I’ve […]