Young kids love numbers. They love counting too. Kids always tell how old they are using their fingers. These are signs that the young kids can easily learn numbers.
Needing a fun way to teach absolute value to your middle schooler? Take a look at this lesson plan using football and a life size number line!
The number 9 is the last number in a base 10 system which is the last and limit of all that is. Nine is a number which has many interesting qualities that other numbers do not have and has been used to hold a hidden code that affects every person on...
This Hub is about teaching Middle School Math through the use of a hands-on activity. The topic being taught here is the pythagorean theorem and the hands-on activities are the Superbowl (buying an HDTV and TV stand) and the Baseball World Series (the baseball diamond).
A detailed list of math projects, for all grade levels, to use in your class or tailor to fit your grade level.
What is the main reason of Mona Lisa’s attractiveness and an exceptional beauty? Whether the secret is in her smile or just in Leonardo da Vinci’s excellence in painting? Whatever the answer is, there is a strong connection within art and numbers. This article presents concise presentation of...
More non-math facts about the number 29: In religion, there are 29 principles given by Guru Jambheshwar. In music, “29” is a song by The Gin Blossoms. Other song titles which include 29 in their name are “29 X the pain”, “29 ways”...
If your students are having difficulty understanding place value, these books are sure to help. Along with titles of books that address place value are some ideas on how to use them in your classroom.
These 10 free games and interactive lessons will get you and your kids up to speed on money management and financial literacy.
Prepare for your engineering board exam by learning the different calculator techniques in Mathematics. Master the calculator techniques and surely, you'll do good in your engineering board exam.