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Christmas Math Practice Sheets
2014-12-01 by Santa Claus
Want to practice math during your Christmas holiday break? We have math learning activities for grades 1 through 6 with a Christmas theme.
Ambitious students like to do some extra math practice whenever they can. We have made a great selection of math worksheets covering the main math operations, fractions, decimals, percentages and more. All our Christmas sheets are free and printable online math resources for at home or in class.
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Mind Reading Numbers
Pick a number and related symbol and let the math magic crystal ball guess it.This is a fantastic mind bending addition math trick. Your students will love the awesome abilities of the blue crystal ball. Could this be for real?
Find out how it works
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onebillion Math Apps
2014-10-06 by Text by Alexandra Turner, onebillion
onebillion is a nonprofit organization developing software apps to teach math, literacy and English to marginalized young children around the world, in their own language.
At present onebillion math apps cover all of the core math concepts for the first two years of a child's school. The apps are available in a range of languages. All math instructions and teaching are given in a simple and friendly audio format so that reading ability is no barrier to learning.Read More
Sudoku for Kids
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Math Crossword Puzzles
We have some great math crossword puzzles that will boost your math skills by having fun.Do you like to do puzzles and learn basic math at the same time? Print our pdf math puzzles and use your math skills
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How to multiply without calculator
2014-09-25 by Willy Wonka
Multiplying multiple digits made easy with this Japanese math trick
Watch this super cool math video and discover a Japanese math trick that will surprise you. Doing multiple digit multiplication exercises by simply drawing some lines and circles. The math trick can be introduced in math classes or in math tutoring centers as remedial math material or teaser. This is primary math made easy.Read More
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