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 are some variations on the number 4. Some are nice, some are a little freaky. More

Have you seen these variations on the number 3? There’re also a few facts about three! More

Here are some variations on the number 2, as well as a few facts. More

Do you practice fact families with your children? How about variations on different numbers? This is the first in a video series showing variations on numbers. Check it out! More

Do you sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to your kids? Try this math song with the same tune! More

There’s a funny little pattern in the times tables for sevens. Check it out! More

The latest and coolest in math games helps kids practice order of operations and other algebra plays. More

Tricks to do math are only useful if used by their creator. Do your best to refrain from giving tricks to students. More

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