The Number 2015 has many variations. Here’s some fun New Year predictions based on those!… More

The Number 2015 has many variations. Here’s some fun New Year predictions based on those!… More

You can use the tangent lines from a parabola to make a Christmas Tree. Really!… More

Do you want your child to stay learning during the holidays? Instead of making them do homework, use math words in your conversations!… More

Teaching time to a differentiated classroom is hard – but this activity makes it much easier!… More

Singapore Math is popular because it gives us tools to help with thinking.… More

You can use this Indian Corn seasonal math craft to teach fractions, decimals and percents!… More

Check out these fun Geometric Turkeys for Thanksgiving. The free downloadable templates include discussion questions too!… More

The bee-bot programmable robot teaches logic, the basics of programming and how a computer “thinks.”… More

Here’s a different way to start students off on multiplication – they get to use coloring, skip counting and patterns!… More

100 isn’t the easy concept for students that it is for parents and teachers. Here’s an activity that helps solidify the concept.… More