When my husband and I moved to the suburbs, we started to see something we hadn’t seen before. Crows. Our neighborhood didn’t have many trees, but it had lots of telephone lines. And it was an everyday occurrence to see crows gathered up in groups on the lines right outside our window. In the fall,Keep Reading…

## Pumpkin Pie Parts! Fraction Clip Cards for Kids

Fractions are not exactly known for being…the most fun math concept to teach. I remember trying to make colorful anchor charts to bring this topic to life as much as possible, but it just fell flat. The kids were not interested in hot pink definitions of fractions on colored chart paper. The good thing isKeep Reading…

## Monster Truck Measurement for First Grade Printables

Now that we’re winding down first grade with Roo (yay!), I’ve been looking through the math objectives to make sure we touch on as many topics as possible. One of the major math concepts we still had to discuss was: measurement. For Roo, though, life begins and ends with movement. So I wanted to makeKeep Reading…

## Aquarium Arithmetic Seek and Find Math Printables

I am in the small group of people who actually enjoy solving arithmetic problems. When I was young, I would doodle math problems in my notebook in my spare time. My kids, though, aren’t big fans of arithmetic, unless I can make it fun. So instead of just giving them a sheet of problems to solve,Keep Reading…

## Spring Worksheets for Kids: Rainbow Tally Marks Worksheets

One of the things I love most about spring is waiting for rain showers to end so we can try to spot some rainbows. You know how you always heard about “the end of the rainbow”? Well, it turns out there is no end. I just read the other day that the rainbow always changesKeep Reading…

## Spring Worksheets for Kids: Flower Repeated Addition Worksheets

We’re about a month out for spring, but I’m ready for it NOW. Today, I’m excited to share a brand new set of spring worksheets for kids: Flower Repeated Addition Worksheets that are absolutely FREE! I’ve been working on the concept of multiplication with my boys this year. Once you get the idea that multiplicationKeep Reading…

## Basketball Free Skip Counting Flashcards

We are huge basketball fans. My husband played basketball in high school and all of us love to watch games whenever we get a chance. So – for my kids who are sports lovers, but aren’t necessarily math lovers, I thought I’d make a new set of free printable flashcards – basketball free skip countingKeep Reading…

## Snowflake 2nd Grade Math Factors Craft

We actually had a chance of snow flurries in our forecast this week! In Georgia, that’s a huge deal. A chance of snow flurries means a state of emergency. Turns out that we didn’t actually get any snow, which was disappointing to my kids. But we kept the snowy theme going with a fun paper snowflakeKeep Reading…

## Apple Array Practice for Second Grade

One of Pooh’s objectives this year is to learn to work with arrays. When I was in school, we weren’t using arrays. We were memorizing addition and multiplication facts back then. Now, though, arrays are an important (and helpful) way to understand adding and multiplying. So I put together a math product: Apple Arrays! –Keep Reading…

## Free Snowflake Math Factors Printable Activity

Hey everyone! We’re back from a short break this week with a free set of homeschool printables that are perfect for winter learning! Tigger’s had her struggles with math over the years, so we’ve had to add a little fun to our math work to help her stay focused. This month, we decided to tackleKeep Reading…