Teaching Math to 5th Graders

Mathematics can be considered as one of the most difficult and challenging subjects to study. Even in universities, Math is being hated by some students. Mathematics for fifth graders usually covers a lot of understanding and analysis. It comprises much of the mathematical thinking and solving. But what if you are the one teaching fifth-grade […]

Making Math Fun for Kids in 4th Grade

During the fourth grade level, kids will be able to learn different theories such as division of two-digit numbers and addition of fractions. They will learn these concepts in preparation for the next step in elementary mathematics. Learning this field for them can be overwhelming and we have ways on how to let them effortlessly […]

How Worksheets Help 3rd Graders Become Math Wizards

Many parents would be really happy if their child would become a math wizard since math is not an easy subject to deal with. It is the field wherein you see and face the world of numbers most of the time. But the question is how would you do it? Now how would you make […]

How to Make Math Easy for 2nd Graders

When a child reaches the second grade he or she will spend much of their class time on reviewing skills learned in first grade. Math for second graders includes major topics and skills that are needed to maintain. It is usually composed of numbers, computations and operations, data and probability, measurements, geometry, and algebra. The […]

Multiplication Games For Kids-How to choose the best

Multiplication Games can help your kids to get familiar with math concepts and make learning multiplication facts more fun. Sometimes, because of improper input of keywords and wrong punctuations, most people searched for wrong information. One of the most frequent error and can be considered as a good example is the word multiplication. Games, teachers, kids, facts […]

Open Your Child’s Mind to Math

When a child enters the elementary level, he/she starts to learn different things. Children are now being introduced to different fields of learning. And one of the most complicated fields is MATH. As a parent or teacher for first graders, how do you let your children and students understand Math? Well, the most effective method […]

How Can You Multiply Faster Than A Calculator

Consider the following scenario. The process of using a calculator is not nearly as fast as it is portrayed to be. First, you need to get it out and turn it on. Then, you need to enter in the numbers. Finally, it will display the answer for you. Think about it. How long does it […]

Real-life math lessons help students measure up

Tribute to a fantastic Math Teacher Henry Brown III was teaching math in Hallandale Beach, Florida, and his classroom was always open for business. He displays lumber, cut to several sizes, and plants, green and growing. The task for his students, half of whom enter this alternative high school with math skills below the fifth-grade […]

If Children Lack Word-Solving & Math Strategies…

The child who lacks word-solving and math strategies may be unsure, lack confidence, and be unwilling to take a risk. He/she may not know word-solving strategies to use when encountering an unknown word. Just because a child learned phonics does not guarantee that he/she will know how to use these skills when reading. Additionally, a […]

Should Math and Science Teachers Be Paid More?

I spend a good deal of time interviewing and hiring teachers, which often leads me to wonder…Should math and science teachers be paid more than other content area teachers? Math and science are considered “hard to staff subjects”. I would also categorize Special Education teachers as hard to staff. In California, there has been a […]