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# Homeschool Math

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M for multiply, A for add, and D for denominator. Then, using the example, walk students through each step: multiply the whole number by the denominator, add the numerator, and keep the denominator the same. When they forget, all you have to say is “Make it MAD!”

Math Worksheets

Equivalent Fraction Pizza Fun Freebie from Laura Candler

Lego Math! Such a great way to help kids visualize math!

Fraction Anchor Chart - 5th Grade Need this for my granddaughter! Sarah Beth

Rectangle Method for Division - YouTube

▶ How to Multiply using Rectangle Section Method - YouTube

Printable math charts site!! awesome!!

There's a definition, explanation, and illustrated example of every math term from "Abacus to Zero."

divisibility rules

Age Range: 10-17 (about Middle/High School) The title of this site, "Math for Morons Like Us," is intended to get your attention and resonate with how you may feel about math, and not meant as an insult. It has been designed to help clarify some of those math concepts that cause confusion when it comes to pre-algebra, algebra, algebra II, geometry, trigonometry, and pre-calculus. It is assumed that you know some of the basic concepts, and that you want to reinforce or review them.

Age Range: 10-15 (designed for middle school students, with parental supervision) NOTE: This website has randomly generated advertisements. As always, parents must preview the site and supervise Internet access. This ad-supported website provides free, interactive tutorials with diagrams, illustrations, animations and practice games and exercises for learning pre-algebra and algebra level mathematics.

Fun ideas for teaching children division

Pentomino Activity Pack: This pack includes pieces for your student to use to solve 20 different puzzles and literally thousands of combinations. - Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

Very cute for learning median, mode, range, and mean!!

WatchKnowLearn - Free K-12 educational videos Age Range: 5-18 (Grades K-12) free educational videos made for children that explain every topic taught in schools including math, in every major language on Earth When you get to the site you'll see two sections. The "Mathematics" section is on the right side of the page (the Directory to the rest of the site is on the left).

FREE Double Digit Multiplication Fence Visual - The Tutor House

This FREE virtual Geoboard comes in handy for teaching perimeter and area of 2D figures.

Fractions File Folder Game

The Centsables Age Range: 6-11 (approximately, with parental supervision) This website offers free information for kids featuring animated super-heroes who teach sound fiscal responsibility through their adventures. Your kids can raise their financial I.Q. as they learn: Where money comes from How to operate an ATM, write a check, and create a budget How to save and invest money How to wisely spend and share money