Eduplace-- This is a great place to start looking if you want to help your child with math at home. You can read about the unit your child is working on in school, play some math games related to what your child is learning.

www.eduplace.com/math/mthexp13/

www.eduplace.com/math/mthexp13/

I am the Math Intervention teacher for TEAM Academy. I work with students to strengthen their math skills, so that they can be successful when using math, both in and out of the classroom. My goal is that students will persevere in solving problems that require them to use all levels of mathematical thinking.

Our school is using a new math curriculum this year called Math Expressions. All students can access their math textbooks,and complete assignments from their teachers by logging in to Think Central.

One component of Math Expressions is the use of Math Talk in the classrooms. We encourage students to to talk about what they are doing when solving problems, question each other, and justify their solutions.

Daily Routines are a part of math instruction in grades K-2. Above, you can see an example of a 2nd grade Daily Routine.

Students can also play some of the fun games that they have played in their classrooms on Mega Math. Click on the picture to go to Mega Math!

Some other fun math games can be found here:

Jungle Count-Counting animals

ABCya-Numerical Order

Balloon Pop: Order numbers 1 to 20

Bugabaloo: Adding with pictures

Shapes Shoot: Identify shapes

Fruit Shoot: Addition

Bubble Math: Choose to practice addition, subtraction, or multiplication

Add Like Mad

Balloon Pop: Number patterns

Add Like Mad Level 2

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 1

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 2

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 3

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 4

Fruit Splat: Multiplication

Monkey Drive: Multiplies of 2,5, or 10

Monkey Drive: Multiples of 3, 4, or 6

Monkey Drive: Multiples of 7, 8, or 9

Monkey Drive: Division by 1, 2, or 3

Monkey Drive: Division by 4, 5, or 6

Monkey Drive: Division by 7, 8, or 9

Fruit Splat: Division

Our school is using a new math curriculum this year called Math Expressions. All students can access their math textbooks,and complete assignments from their teachers by logging in to Think Central.

One component of Math Expressions is the use of Math Talk in the classrooms. We encourage students to to talk about what they are doing when solving problems, question each other, and justify their solutions.

Daily Routines are a part of math instruction in grades K-2. Above, you can see an example of a 2nd grade Daily Routine.

Students can also play some of the fun games that they have played in their classrooms on Mega Math. Click on the picture to go to Mega Math!

Some other fun math games can be found here:

**K-1 Links**Jungle Count-Counting animals

ABCya-Numerical Order

Balloon Pop: Order numbers 1 to 20

Bugabaloo: Adding with pictures

Shapes Shoot: Identify shapes

**Grades 1-4 Links**Fruit Shoot: Addition

Bubble Math: Choose to practice addition, subtraction, or multiplication

Add Like Mad

__Grades 3-6 Links__Balloon Pop: Number patterns

Add Like Mad Level 2

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 1

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 2

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 3

Monkey Drive: Multiplication practice Level 4

Fruit Splat: Multiplication

Monkey Drive: Multiplies of 2,5, or 10

Monkey Drive: Multiples of 3, 4, or 6

Monkey Drive: Multiples of 7, 8, or 9

Monkey Drive: Division by 1, 2, or 3

Monkey Drive: Division by 4, 5, or 6

Monkey Drive: Division by 7, 8, or 9

Fruit Splat: Division