Do your children struggle learning and understanding new math concepts? This list of teaching helps and ideas for tricky and new math concepts that your students may struggle with can be very helpful to getting past math hurdles.
I have two children that really struggle with math. It seems like every time a new concept is introduced there is so much fear and intimidation! I also find it difficult to have them learn the new concept when they have already geared themselves up to be confused and nervous about it. Thankfully we homeschool and can take a break from the curriculum or textbook when things get tough. There are lots of fun printables and different helps and hands-on ideas that can help our children to learn and understand concepts in a non threatening way!
I have compiled a HUGE list of teaching helps and ideas for tricky and new math concepts that your students may struggle with. There are so many that I have broken them down by concept with free printables and hands-on activities to help reinforce what they are learning.
Games and Activities for Rounding Numbers:
Rounding with Sticky Notes – this is a fun, low prep activity.
Roll It! Rounding Game – this place value game focuses on rounding. There are three different versions so that you can choose the level that works best.
Printable Pirate Board Game – this free printable pirate board game for rounding to the nearest ten is a perfect way to practice.
Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Tens with Craft Sticks – this is great for hands on learners.
I love these books to help with the rounding numbers concepts:
Rounding Rescue, a Rounding Numbers StoryLet’s Estimate: A Book About Estimating and Rounding NumbersOn my way to Grandma’s House: A Math-Infused Story About the Number Line and the Concept of RoundingFuzzballs!: A Rounding Adventure
Greater Than Less Than:
Greater Than, Less Than Games and Activities:
Measurement Hands-On Activities:
We love these fun books on measuring:
Double Digit Addition:
Double Digit Addition Printables:
Double Digit Addition Hands-On Activities:
Double Digit Subtraction:
Double Digit Subtraction Printables:
FREE Double Digit Subtraction Lessons and Hands On Activities:
Long Division Printables:
Long Division Practice Activities and Games:
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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