# Homeschool Math

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10 multiplication games and activities for teaching multiplication. Students will love learning their multiplication facts, building fluency and strategies.

Courtney Curtis (@misscurtisclassroom) added a photo to their Instagram account: “Literally trying anything to keep them entertained and busy the last few weeks of school. I made…”

For the last few years, we've been using this quadratic keyword poster during our quadratic word problems unit and it has been so helpf...

Learning multiplication facts can be such a chore. Make multiplication for kids fun and engaging with this simple card game! Only takes 2 minutes to set up.

Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom. Teacher Giveaways

Allow me to introduce you to my Emperor Penguin. Her name is Penelope. I made her in one of those incredibly rare and much beloved mome...

Doodlr is a spin on Tumblr. Students make connections with words and symbols through doodling. This activity includes a parabola for students to label in relation to real-world scenarios. Add more iMath activities to the phone throughout the year. This helps to show student growth and use for revi...

Our innovative multiplication strategy will help your child memorize the multiplication facts in the fastest, easiest and most fun way possible. Start today!

Want a fun, no-prep multiplication facts game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've "mathified" the popular squares game to practice multiplication facts!

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Help your students succeed in math by giving them a math resource ring. This product includes 72 mini reference sheets you can put on a ring so your students can easily refer back to formulas, charts, sample problems and math vocabulary that will help get them started solving whatever math problem t...

Make practicing math FUN with these no prep, Free Printable Multiplication Games for elementary age students to play with Lego bricks or candy like skittles

Looking for a fun and hands on way to teach multiplication and division? How about LEGO! There are so many easy ideas here for LEGO multiplication and division to help your kids succeed.

My oldest is in the 3rd grade and we’ve been working through his multiplication tables. I have discovered that I’m a little rusty myself with some of them. LOL. While we have used some workbooks to practice them, he much prefers games {I do, too}. So I created some multiplication games for him that have ... Read More about 12+ FREE Multiplication Games for Kids