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  • Michele Gruet

    Cool Math ideas for Kids and Parents

  • CCA CentralMO

    Nice poster designed for parents, but good ideas for teachers to use as well to teach real life uses of math.

  • Stacey Speck

    Can apply to teachers too - How parents can help kids develop good, intuitive math skills. These are all basic ideas, but excellent reminders.

  • Cami Burhans

    As a high school math teacher, I totally agree! Parents, use math with your kids. As technology becomes a bigger part of our lives, so do jobs in math and science. Help your kids to LOVE math... lead by example!

  • Stephanie @ 3rd Grade Thoughts

    Good advice for parents and teachers. Would be great to hand out during Back to School Night or during Conferences.

  • B Palmatier

    Nice poster- math help at home!

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