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Trick young mathematicians into practicing their basic arithmetic with this extensive collection of fun math games. Whether you're teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, place value, or even fractions, there is a game...
Zoe needs to back up her music collection, but do her friends have enough space on their computers to help? Find out as you teach your class how to add two- and three-digit numbers with regrouping. Place value is emphasized as both the...
What number does 6 tens and 16 ones represent? How is it different from or similar to the number that 7 tens and 6 ones represent? This is the type of questions learners are asked to solve as a way to understand the concept of regrouping.
Learning two-digit addition isn't about memorizing steps, it's about understanding place value. Support the development of your class's number sense with these addition mats that help children break apart two-digit numbers into tens and...
Build young mathematicians' understanding of numbers with this collection of math worksheets and activities. Covering a variety of topics from place value and addition and subtraction of multi-digit numbers, to collecting and analyzing...
Take some time this Earth Day to nourish the growth of your young mathematicians with this series of task cards. Whether it's the four basic operations, place value, money, or elapsed time, these conservation-themed problems will engage...
Help young mathematicians see the value in addition and subtraction. Offering one addition and one subtraction problem, this worksheet walks students step-by-step through the solutions of each, starting in the ones place and working...
Add to your collection of math resources with this skills practice worksheet. Offering dozens of addition problems with sums less than 100, this resource is a simple way to hone the basic skills of young mathematicians.