A number line is exactly as it sounds – it’s a straight, horizontal line with numbers placed at equal distances along its length.
Estimation is the process of making a rough guess as to the value, number, quantity, or extent of something, usually for the purposes of quick, everyday problem solving or determining if an answer is reasonable.
Learn about geoboards, the theory behind them, and how to integrate them into your classroom with free printables.
Learn about area, what is area, how is area measured, why is learning area is important.
Learn about perimeter, why it’s important, and how to calculate the perimeter of shapes.
Learn about place value, use interactive place value manipulatives, access free printables for your math instruction on place value.
Learn about telling time, interact with digital and analog clocks.
Learn about fraction circles and ideas for using them for your math instruction on fractions.
Learn about fractions, use interactive fraction strips, access free printables for your math instruction on fractions.
Subitizing is the ability to look at a group of items and quickly and correctly judge how many of them there are.
Symmetry is most easily defined as a shape being made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or when rotated around an axis.
A multiplication chart is a basic “go-to” chart in elementary mathematics. When students don’t have their multiplication facts memorized, a multiplication chart is a great visual tool to utilize during instruction.
Memorizing multiplication facts, also called times tables, is an important skill for children to master.
Use hundred charts to count to 100, skip count, add and subtract.
Learn about tangram puzzles, use interactive tangram pieces and puzzles, print tangram puzzles and designs for math instruction.
Use interactive pattern blocks, access free printables for your math lessons with pattern blocks.
Learn about ten frames and how they can help to count, match numbers, and add.