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4 Ways To Get Pre-Schoolers Ready For Common Core Math

The concept of Common Core math was founded to solve one major problem: to help children navigate through school, college and even work by applying their problem solving and critical thinking skills. The idea behind this was to emphasize on the importance of the problem-solving process and how a child reaches a certain conclusion as… Read more »

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Easy Trick For Simplifying Fractions

Simplifying fractions has been one of the major concern for most children. But, worry not! There is an easy explanation to it and we have it right here. So, let’s go slow. What is a Fraction A Fraction is a part of a whole or a unit, for eg. A piece of a whole cake… Read more »

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Understanding Dividing Fractions With Examples

Dividing fractions has been a monstrous task for kids with too many steps and technicalities involved in it. Well, now you don’t have to worry anymore because we explain and show the simple steps involved in dividing fractions. Understand with examples and grab FREE math resource to get better practice. Yes, the whole bundle to learn… Read more »

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4 Tips for Teaching Terms In Math

It’s a commonly held belief that math is a difficult subject. Terms in math, especially, can be tough to understand and remember. However, if you make the process of learning fun, then it is much easier to memorize and recall. Math games and other interesting methods can make math vocabulary interesting for kids and motivate… Read more »

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3 Games To Develop Math Vocabulary For Kids

Math vocabulary is one of the founding bases of mathematics. Math vocabulary for kids, especially, what each mathematical function is called and what it does, paves the way for a child’s future understanding of the subject. However, at times it may become boring to lean plain facts. For this reason, math games are the best… Read more »

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Learning Greater Than Sign With Hungry Crocodile

The terrible twos have ended; and my child is officially a THREE-nager now! It roughly translates to mayhem & endless energy for some more mayhem! I have figured out his interests, and one amongst them is super Math! Kindergarten will ensure he stays with the syllabus & his peers, but I was just wondering of… Read more »