Do you ever wish there was a way to spice up math practice? There are some things we have to learn by repetition, so let's make repetition fun and more exciting by combining it with other subjects. This FREE Math Facts Copywork combines multiplication and division with handwriting Read More
Creative Math Resources for Kids
Anything is easier to learn if kids are interested and excited about the subject. Math can be a challenge for some kids to get excited about, so we created some FREE math printables to help you get creative with math. You can find a math journal, math copywork, hands-on math, digital and analog clock practice, and more!
Could you use a no-prep hands-on activity to help your kids practice multiplication and division skills? You can get precisely that with this FREE Math Cut & Paste – Multiplication and Division unit. Each of the 10 multiplication activities and 10 division activities in this Read More
Do you ever worry that your child is getting the right answers in math but not really understanding the process? This FREE Printable Math Journal for Upper Elementary is a great tool to test their comprehension of how to get the right answers and identify areas you may want to work Read More
Every country and people has a unit or method of buying and selling. This FREE World Currency Elementary Math Practice unit introduces students to the currency of 4 nations while incorporating basic math word problems and problem-solving skills. Each set of worksheets in this FREE Read More
Clocks are all around us, and they come in many styles and formats. Help students make the connection between digital and analog clocks with an analog clocks worksheet and comparing clocks printable unit study. Be sure to grab our free Analog Clocks Printable at the bottom of this post. Reading Read More