It is very important for students to understand the meaning behind multiplication. It is also important for them to master multiplication facts so that they may apply them to other types of math. They need to know the multiples of numbers to simplify fractions, solve large division problems, see patterns, understand algebra, and so much more.
Being fluent with Math is similar to being fluent in Reading. If a student knows his sight words and only has to sound out a few unfamiliar words he is able to read a paragraph or story fluently, and comprehend it. However, if he has to sound out all of the words as he reads, the paragraph or passage will take a long time and fluency will be weaker and comprehension compromised.
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Adding fractions doesn’t have to be boring! Here are some fun resources to get your students engaged while practicing this skill! Continue reading
Adding two digit numbers can seem like an easy enough task to those of us who have been doing it for a long time! But for elementary students it can sometimes be confusing, especially if there is regrouping involved.
It is helpful to most students to start with something concrete, like place value blocks. Before I teach students the Continue reading