# Math

## Logic Puzzles for Kids – Teach Deductive Reasoning & Make Your Own!

Logic puzzles for kids build deductive reasoning – and they’re fun! First, teach kids how to eliminate possibilities. That way, they can uncover solutions. Then show them how to make…

## How to Conquer Customary Units of Measurement

Customary units of measurement are tough to teach. But have no fear! With a little scaffolding, your students will master them in no time. First, let kids explore with actual…

## Essential Elementary Science Equipment

Essential elementary science equipment allows students to measure. Every classroom should have meter sticks, balance scales, and graduated cylinders. (more…)

## How to Direct Homework with Google Sites | Websites for Kids

Direct homework with Google Sites. Kids – and parents – will know exactly what to do. And you’ll get the results you want! (more…)

## How to Make Back-to-School Math Fun

Make back-to-school math fun! On the first day, engage students with a graphing icebreaker. First, challenge them to make a human graph – without talking. Then create a collaborative pictograph. Finally,…

## Teaching Factors – Arrays, Prime, Composite, Square

Teaching factors is so underrated! When kids understand relationships between factors and multiples, patterns of mathematics unfold before their eyes. Let’s talk about how to tackle Common Core State Standard 4.OA.B.4: Find all…

## Fall Foliage Interdisciplinary Teaching Ideas

Fall foliage sets the stage for some great interdisciplinary teaching. Plan a full day or sprinkle activities through the season. Grab your students’ attention with a colorful leaf chromatography experiment. Continue with…

## Fun Baseline Assessment – Beginning of Year Math Test

Have some fun with baseline assessment! First, choose a lively format. Second, keep it active. Third, get kids involved. Finally, use to inform instruction. Your teaching will improve. And you…