Sometimes it’s easier to see when a math problem is wrong than to see when it’s right. Here are some examples. More

Sometimes it’s easier to see when a math problem is wrong than to see when it’s right. Here are some examples. More

Here is a handy way to help students understand what the distributive property is really all about. More

Adding decimals can be challenging. But it turns into fun weirdness (and some discovery) when you see the result of doing it wrong. More

One of the best math picture books I’ve seen for counting and subitizing. More

What a great math picture book! Check out the nifty things you can share with your kids – of all ages! More

Check out this photo of two books explaining the addition of fractions – one from 1880 and one from 2009. More

K8 talks about her experience of counting, addition and using tattoos to practice both. More

The order of operations is rife with rules created merely for convenience. When teaching these to kids, it’s clear how they see it as a stupid arbitrary rule. Because often it is! More

Seems we have more nativity sets than a family should – so why not do a little math with Jesus and the nativity crew? More

Get this FREE ePacket to help your kids think about how numbers, arithmetic and fractions all got invented! More