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Math Is Fun is a British website with lots of clear, concise information about math topics appropriate for students in grades K-12. Since the site was created and is maintained by Rod Pierce, who is from the U.K., you will find that several key terms are a bit different from what we use in the U.S., but that shouldn't get in the way of using this excellent website. You'll find it at https://www.mathsisfun.com/.
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Really cool stuff here. Thanks
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Quote from Rita Hulsman
Math Is Fun is a British website with lots of clear, concise information about math topics appropriate for students in grades K-12. Since the site was created and is maintained by Rod Pierce, who is from the U.K., you will find that several key terms are a bit different from what we use in the U.S., but that shouldn't get in the way of using this excellent website. You'll find it at https://www.mathsisfun.com/.

This is great, I am homeschooling my girls and this site may help me with the explanations and exercises.

Thanks.

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Quote from Rita Hulsman
Math Is Fun is a British website with lots of clear, concise information about math topics appropriate for students in grades K-12. Since the site was created and is maintained by Rod Pierce, who is from the U.K., you will find that several key terms are a bit different from what we use in the U.S., but that shouldn't get in the way of using this excellent website. You'll find it at https://www.mathsisfun.com/.

Thank you for sharing this on SimpleK12.

I have a few students who are trying to improve

on their Algebra 2 skills. I will share this with them.
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Building on Young Children's Mathematical Thinking

Math.K.CC.B.4

| Math.K.OA.A.4

https://www.teachingchannel.org/video/pre-k-counting-collections-dreme
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10 Books to Spark a Love of Math in Kids of All Ages

https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/50593/10-books-to-spark-a-love-of-math-in-kids-of-all-ages
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Celebrating Accomplishment and involving students when giving feedback:

https://www.teachingchannel.org/video/celebrate-accomplishments-dreme/?utm_source=newsletter20180602
1 year ago
Thank you for this link. I love using literature to introduce math concepts and to get students to think about how math is applied in the real world.
1 year ago
Nice set of things that I can try in my classroom. Thanks!
1 year ago
Math is fun. I like the multiplying by 9's trick with digits. I mean biological digits.
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