Here are 48 of my favorite math words in 12 groups of 4. Each group has words in it that can be thought of at the same time or are a tool for doing math.
What are your favorite math words? If you aren't sure, search for "mathematical words" and pick a few.
I created this game as a way for kids to have a fun way to practice and remember their multiplication facts. It can be played child against child or child against adult.
You will need 1 deck of cards with the jokers removed.
Ace = 1
Jack = 11
Queen = 12
King = 0
Number cards equal the number on the card
Parent/Adult versus child version
Divide the deck so both players have an equal number of cards.
When you are ready to begin both players put down a card.
The child needs to multiply both numbers correctly within a certain time period. This can be anywhere from 10-30 seconds depending on their skill level.
If the child answers it correctly within the time frame, the child keeps both cards. If he/she doesn't the adult gets both cards.
The game continues until the adult is out of cards.
The object of this...
Do your children hate practicing their multiplication facts? If they are like my own children, practicing math facts is "just another chore," boring, or a waste of time to them! Since I personally don't like to do anything boring, I've gotten creative with how I teach multiplication to my students at school an how I practice with my own children at home. The transformation in their attitudes about multiplication have been magic!
Using a deck of playing cards, remove all face cards from the deck. Select a number of the week to practice. Flip a card and ask your child to tell the
product of the card you flipped with their number of the week.
EX. If their number of the week is 2, and the card you flip is a 7, say,"What is the product of 2 x 7?" ...
Hello everyone, it's been a while since I updated this blog, but I'd like to give a few tips to parents for helping their kids get ready for multiplication and division.
If you are introducing the concept of multiplication:
Explain to your child that multiplication is an easy way add up the same number
Example: You could take a whole bunch of pencils, let's say 6, and split them up into three groups of two.
Have the child add each of the groups up:
|| + || + ||
2 + 2 + 2 = 6
Now, explain to the child, that multiplying is taking all the plus signs and replacing it with (x)
To construction the...