# Tag Archives: division

### 2 Ways to Do Math Problems

Many math problems boil down to being a choice between two things. Why not try them both out? Continue Reading →

### Chuck E. Cheese & Math

The exchange of currency for goods and services at Chuck E. Cheese – as seen from a 2 year old’s perspective. Continue Reading →

### PEMDAS and a Stupid Arbitrary Rule

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! Continue Reading →

### Long Division with Sumology Number Tiles

My invented and fun method of doing, teaching and/or learning long division. I used the Sumology game from Simply Fun, too! Continue Reading →

### Long Division with Playing Cards

In response to a parents report, I “invented” a method of long division while driving home. Continue Reading →

### The Order of Operations Explained: Multiplication and Division

Last week’s article on the order of operations included a quick mention that division is the same as multiplication – but different. Now’s the time to explain that a bit. Continue Reading →

### The Order of Operations Explained: Exponents, Multiplication and Addition

Next in the series explaining the order of operations is this discussion on the relation of exponents, addition and multiplication and how to remember the order of operations… the natural way! Continue Reading →

### The Order of Operations Explained: Parenthesis

We continue the series explaining the order of operations with a discussion on parenthesis and all the various meanings of this word. You’ll be surprised as to what it can mean! Continue Reading →

### The Order of Operations Explained: Intro and Mnemonics

Part 1 in the series. The order of operations is a set of rules – like the drivers’ handbook for math. If everyone follows the rules, we’ll all be safe. But if someone makes a bad turn, we could be looking at a crash. Continue Reading →