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Webster’s Dictionary defines tessellations as, “a covering of an infinite geometric plane without gaps or overlaps by congruent plane figures of one type or a few types.” This means that tessellations are formed when shapes are repeated to cover a flat space without overlapping each other or leaving gaps. It’s also commonly known as tiling.Historically,...

Are you working on or looking to work on ordinal numbers with fun activities to include in your lessons? Then why not add a fun version to your lessons today with this fun Easy Down on the Farm Ordinal Math Lesson?  This hands-on activity will test your child’s knowledge of ordinal numbers while you play the game with them.  This fun game is not only...

I hope you all enjoyed and got a chance to make last months Turkey Name Game. We still have ours out because Kaidence loves playing with it so much. This month we have a fun Snowflake Bingo Game that you can customize. This is a great game to play to review color recognition, letter recognition, numbers, and even adding and subtraction. I’ve been looking for...

Is your child or student struggling with or need some reinforcement for learning the math skill of place values? Then let me introduce you to my FREE Place Value Practice Card Set! This hands-on card set will help your child learn their place values from the ones to the hundred thousands place values. This interactive card set can be used once or over-and-over as...

If your children are anything like mine then they will all have different learning styles when it comes to math. I am very lucky in that math in general tends to come very easily to both of my children (thank you engineering hubby!); however, that does not mean that we do not hit walls every now and then when it comes to building on our math skills. Lately, my daughter...

I hope that you and your children are having fun learning alongside the Poppins Book Nook participants. Last month we explored and created storybook activities around the topic of what we all want to be when we grow up. This month’s new theme is the Wild West and is sure to get your giddy’ up and get you going. There are a lot of things to explore in the wild...

Welcome to this months Making Learning Fun with Pocket Charts and Music! Kaelyn has been doing a wonderful job this month in math, but especially in addition. She especially loves working with manipulatives and games. Math is one of those subjects that I truly believe that children should be allowed to learn and explore with a hands on approach. The best part of manipulatives...

For some people, myself included, math is not the easiest subject to teach.  I want to take a few moments and share with you a review of a product that I have found that is making math easier for me to teach called ScienceandMath.com.  More specifically, I am referring to their Mastering 5th Grade Math – Volume 1 – Fractions.  Before I get much...

Are you finding that your children are starting to day dream and make plans for what they want for Christmas from Santa?  It can be difficult it keep children focused on school studies this time of year, so to help everyone who has a fourth grader or who has a student that needs some basic division reinforcement, I have created this Christmas Math Color By…...

Are you finding that your children are having a hard time telling the difference between nominal, cardinal, and ordinal numbers, especially at this time of the year?  Is the focus of your children starting the wander more and more towards Christmas?  It can be difficult it keep children focused on school studies this time of year, so to help everyone who...

For all of our previous years of math instruction (back to 1st grade) we have created a daily math activity book for both of our children.  With Beck entering 4th grade this year it is time to unveil our 4th Grade Daily Math Activity Book.  As with previous years, this activity book is designed to be used for the first few minutes of ‘math class’ each...

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