Need some hands-on addition activities? How about some subtraction activity ideas? Here are some teacher-tested, student-approved favorites!
Worksheets are only one way to teach multiplication. Make math more enjoyable with these hands-on multiplication activities.
Red, orange, red, orange…what comes next? Learn how to teach patterning with these simple and fun pattern activities.
Learning how to balance a checkbook is an important life skill that should be taught before your teen graduates high school. Here’s how to do it.
If you’re not using file folder activities in your homeschool, you’re missing out! They’re a great way to review skills and have fun!
What time is it? It’s time to teach your students how to read a clock with hands!
What are homeschool lapbooks and how do you use them in your lessons? This post explains it all and shows you easy ways to incorporate them.
Not sure how to homeschool core subjects in a way that’s fun and exciting? Use BrainPOP to help guide lessons and support your child’s interests!
Building financial literacy for teens is not easy! Learn three ways to talk about money that make a big impact without having to lecture.
These free St. Patrick’s Day coding activities take some crayons and little bit of luck o’ the Irish (and math!) to complete! Grab yours!
Not sure how to teach tens and ones to kindergarten students? This step-by-step process makes it a lot easier – and a lot more fun!
Unravel the code to discover Valentine’s Day goodness using these free Secret Code Valentine’s Day activities for upper elementary and up!
Struggling to teach your students how to convert decimal to fraction and fraction to decimal problems? These tips will help!
This game-changing method will make adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators much easier for kids to learn.
Open the floodgates to higher sums by learning how to teach addition with regrouping to your kids. They’ll have a blast with these activities!