We’ve been working to help our kids memorize addition facts for the past few weeks, so I thought I’d make a new set of free printable flashcards: addition flashcards 0-10! But the thing about addition facts is that they’re pretty boring, right? Naturally, I had to add a little fun to these cards. What’s more funKeep 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…

## 25 Fun Money Activities for Second Grade

Money is one of those math topics that kids generally love to learn about. They all want money, so they usually don’t mind learning how to count it. At least mine didn’t. Since Pooh is in second grade, learning to work with money is one of our main objectives for math this school year. SoKeep Reading…

## Spanish Worksheets for Kids: Spanish Telling Time Worksheets

We’ve had some extremely cold weather (for us) recently and we’ve all been stuck indoors. So it’s an excellent time to share a brand new set of Spanish worksheets for kids with all of you! Yay! This is a super resource if you’re teaching Spanish to your kids in grades PK-Grade 3. It’s a Spanish TellingKeep Reading…

## Preschool Worksheets: Pumpkin Preschool Ordinal Number Worksheets

Counting is one of the most important skills kids learn in preschool. But there’s more to counting than just reciting numerals from 1 to 10. Kids also need to learn how to use ordinal numbers to assign sequential order to objects in a line. Actually, preschoolers usually have a pretty good idea of what “first”Keep Reading…

## DIY Geometry Dice – A Fun Math Practice Tool for Kids!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Duck Brand® for IZEA Worldwide. All opinions are 100% mine. Since we are teaching multiple children with attention issues, we always try to make our school lessons as fun and engaging as possible. Particularly when it comes to math. Math is one of thoseKeep Reading…

## Leaves Math: Even and Odd for Second Grade

The concept of even and odd is one of those math topics that I know, but I don’t know how I know it, you know? I know that 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 are odd numbers and I know that 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 are even numbers, but I have no recollectionKeep Reading…

## Pirate Printable Counting Puzzles for Kids

I just love teaching early math skills. There’s nothing like helping little ones learn to make sense of numbers and count from one to ten. It just makes my heart smile when their little eyes light up. And then when they start counting EVERY SINGLE THING on Earth. That’s pretty good, too. To make learningKeep Reading…

## Preschool Playdough Mats: Beach 0-9 Number Playdough Mats

Summer break is coming up, and I’m in a “beachy” mood. So I decided to whip up some fun (and free) Beach 0-9 Number Playdough Mats! Piglet is starting Tot school this fall and she can recite the ABCs and count to 10. But she doesn’t recognize the letters and numbers yet, which means it’sKeep 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…

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