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  • Place Value Puzzles

    Place Value Puzzles

    $1.99

    This 6-page printable includes twenty puzzles. Each puzzle is comprised of four pieces including the standard form, word form, expanded form and base-ten form of each number. These Place Value Puzzles will help your child make the necessary connections to thoroughly understand the concept.

  • Place Value Worksheets

    Place Value Riddles

    $1.99

    This 7-page printable includes 5 different Place Value Riddles. Your child will work with the expanded form and standard form of numbers in order to solve each riddle. This will help him make Place Value connections and reinforce conceptual understanding.

  • Potato Parts Math Game (Addition & Subtraction)

    $2.50

    This 7-page printable includes a bunch of fun potato parts for your kiddo to have fun building. He’ll roll dice and practice his math facts by adding and subtracting. Whoever said math drill had to be dull?

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  • Preschool Learning Activities

    Preschool Learning Games: Shapes and Colors

    $3.50

    This 18-page printable includes all of the basic shapes and colors, plus games and playing pieces to learn them thoroughly in fun and exciting ways. 7 different games are provided, but each can be played in multiple ways and on multiple levels.

     

  • Rainbow Bear Counters

    Rainbow Bear Counters & Math Games

    $3.99

    This 20-page download contains 18 fun games and a set of printable bear counters. Games make learning fun, and math manipulatives make difficult abstract concepts seem simple by presenting them in concrete ways. These will appeal to visual and kinesthetic learners and help them to understand and appreciate the relationships between numbers.

  • Remainders Race (Long Division)

    $2.50

    Long division is a crazy long and difficult algorithm. It just plain takes a lot of practice to memorize and understand thoroughly. Wouldn’t you rather play a game than complete worksheet after worksheet?

    This game is comprised of 3-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors (unless you use a 10-sided die). But it’s fun so your kiddos will happily and voluntarily practice!

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  • Roll A Fraction Math Game

    $1.99

    This 14-page file includes 4 different fraction cubes, plus 2 game boards (both are different) to go along with each fraction cube. Students will roll the fraction cube then cover the corresponding space on their game boards, so they’ll get plenty of practice equating the number form of fractions with the visual form. They will also be able to use equivalent fractions strategically and they work to cover five squares in a row.

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  • Sweets Color by Number (Addition & Subtraction)

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    If working on math fact memorization feels painful, try some coloring pages! Your little one will be excited about these, and by the time she finishes all eight of them, she’ll have her facts down pat!

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  • Sweets Color by Number (Multiplication & Division)

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    This 10-page file includes 7 coloring pages full of multiplication and division problems to help your child memorize those critical facts in a fun way!

     

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  • Ten Frames & Games

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    Ten frames are a simple way to teach your child excellent number sense in a way that is so much fun it doesn’t feel like drill!

    This 19-page printable includes ten frames and 15 free games to play with them.

  • The BEST Way to Teach Your Child to Tell Time

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    Telling time can be confusing to kids when they learn that the short hand points to the hour. It does point to the hour on the hour, but then it points between hours at half past, quarter past and quarter to. So kids tend to think that the hour is whichever number the short hand is closest to. Confusion! That’s why I teach telling time a little differently. This 11-page file includes teaching instructions, visual aids and fun practice worksheets that progressively teach time to the hour, half hour, quarter hours and five minutes. Your child will never again be confused about telling time!

     

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  • The Case of the Mixed-Up Factors and Missing Products

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    This 10-page file contains 8 pages of a math adventure mystery that will help your child memorize his arithmetic facts, but in a FUN way that doesn’t feel monotonous and boring. Most important of all, it will instill a sense of mathematical confidence in your child while it builds his number sense.

    Did you know that lack of confidence is the number one reason behind a dislike of math? The corollary is also true. Kids who like math feel confident in their abilities. Successful completion of mathematical challenges builds confidence. 

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  • The Grocery Game

    $8.50

    This 42-page file includes everything you need to play The Grocery Game with your kiddos! Math games are the best way to get kids voluntarily practicing difficult concepts — just like a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. This game adds an element of competition, some funny scenarios to get you all roaring with laughter, and a couple of sneaky maneuvers to keep everyone guessing. Your children will barely realize they’re adding and subtracting decimals! Multiplication is completely optional. You may choose to have your kids add tax (thus the decimal multiplication) or not. Without tax the game is strictly addition and subtraction of decimal numbers.

    The grocery prices in this game are NOT friendly. There are almost no nice, round numbers, so your children will get plenty of practice adding 99’s and other tough values. My 2nd grader has a hard time with this game, but she still likes to play it. The twists in the game give the slowest players opportunities to win, regardless of their computation speed. My 4th and 5th graders have no trouble playing this. If you’re looking for nice, round, friendly numbers and smaller problems, try ‘The Sandwich Game‘, which is also a lot of fun!

    If you’re looking for more decimal multiplication, try the game ‘Multiplying Groceries’, which is similar to this one, but with a whole lot more multiplication.

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  • The Sandwich Game

    $5.50

    This 25-page file includes everything you will need to play two games: ‘The Sandwich Game’ and ‘Make Your Lunch’.

    What better way to get your kiddos happily (and voluntarily) adding and subtracting money than by building yummy sandwiches? ‘The Sandwich Game’ uses nice, round, friendly numbers — perfect for beginners. The ‘Make Your Lunch Game” adds a bit of complexity to take the learning up a notch. 

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  • Tick Tock Time

    $2.50

    This 8-page file contains 4 different game boards (time to the hour, half hour, quarter hours and mixed times) for 3 in a row, plus 2 game boards for the ‘4 in a Row’ game. The 4 in a Row game puts together all of the time concepts learned and has kids translate time back and forth between analog clocks and digital clocks. Both games are short, no-prep and fun for kids!

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