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  • Common Core losing support among Americans
    Common Core losing support among Americans
    In a dramatic turnabout of public opinion, it was reported Tuesday that less than half of Americans now support the Common Core State Standards for reading and math that have been promoted by the Obama administration. The new statistics come from...
  • Anxiety And Back-To-School
    Tips for reducing back to school anxiety in kids
    Back to school is a crucial time for kids in many ways. Parents need to reduce this stress through good physical exercise, sleep schedules, outings, enjoying sunshine and seeking external help for revamping subject skills.Back to school is deemed...
  • Free 89-page ACT math practice book
    Free 89-page ACT math practice book offered online
    Here's a wonderful free resource to help high school students (or advanced younger kids) practice their math skills.prACTice 4 success is a PDF workbook intended to offer high school students who have completed algebra and geometry practice on...
  • Teen finds error in Museum of Science equation: Math error on display since 1981
    Teen finds error in Museum of Science equation: Math error on display since 1981
    The Museum of Science in Boston has made a change after a teen found an error in a long-standing math exhibit. The 15-year-old visitor uncovered a mathematical mistake, advised the museum, and after much deliberation, museum directors told the...
  • Teen finds error: Museum of Science error lasts decades until discovery by teen
    Teen finds error: Museum of Science error lasts decades until discovery by teen
    A teen finds an error in the Museum of Science, and it all has to do with something called the "golden ratio."Mathematica is an exhibit at the museum in Boston, Mass. It was developed by Charles and Ray Eames and opened back in 1981....
  • 4 fun ways to improve your math skills
    4 fun ways to improve your math skills
    Of all academic subjects, math is perhaps the most polarizing. Certain students love it, while others loathe it. But no matter how you feel about math, it’s a subject that will always be there. In order to succeed in school and the workplace...
  • Tin man surface area math project
    Tin man surface area math project for students
    Give math students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade (or advanced 5th grade) a real world example of using the surface area formulas they have learned by calculating the total amount of tin foil needed to cover a tin man.Supplies needed:Recycled objects...
  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
    Thousands Gather for Nation’s Premier Math Education Event
    The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) will offer more than 700 sessions and workshops covering all levels, pre-K–grade 12, at its 2015 NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition in Boston. The four-day conference, April 15&ndash...
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    Review: Spirograph Deluxe Design Set for kids
    Remember the Spirograph growing up as a kid? Well, it is back and is better than ever before! The Spirograph helped me as a kid to gain the confidence to come up with designs and drawings that I never thought I could possibly come up with on my...
  • Useful resources for elementary math
    Useful resources for elementary math
    Math might not be every student's favorite subject. (Nor every parent's, for that matter!) Nonetheless, every student needs a good math foundation. To supplement your mathematics curriculum and breathe new life into your children's...
  • free printable play money
    Free printable play money, consumer math printables, banking and checking games
    Pi Day, March 14, celebrates math. Money math is a favorite with kids. They love play money. Kids learn math skills pretending grocery store or consumer math. Interacting with play money, children learn to count, add, subtract, multiply, divide...
  • Free printable math activities, math manipulatives, crafts, games for Pi Day
    Free printable math activities, math manipulatives, crafts, games for Pi Day
    March 14 celebrates Pi Day and math! (3.14 is pi, a Greek symbol and commonly used math quantity). The best way to teach math is with real-life applications. The best way to explain math concepts is with hands-on materials that are multi-sensory....
  • Geometry printables, free printable math games, math worksheets for Pi Day
    Geometry printables, free printable math games, math worksheets for Pi Day
    Happy Pi Day! Pi is a Greek symbol that represents a math quantity of about 3.14 used to solve equations and find circle measurements. Pi Day celebrates geometry. Now geometry is a fascinating subject but gets a bad rap because it seems boring and...
  • Pizza pie math lessons teach geometry, fractions, decimals, percents for Pi Day
    Pizza pie math lessons teach geometry, fractions, decimals, percents for Pi Day
    March 14 is Pi Day. It's not a spelling error for pie day. Pi is a Greek term denoting the mathematical portion 3.14 (or 22/7 in fraction form) used in geometry. That's why it's celebrated on 3/14. And Pi Day 2015 has math nerds...
  • 10-year-old math genius: College kid scores top grade in her class [VIDEO]
    10-year-old math genius: College kid scores top grade in her class [VIDEO]
    From the town of Walsall in the West Midlands region in the UK, a10-year-old math geniusnamed Esther Okadeis a little girl like any other except for one detail; she's just enrolled in college and is getting straight A’s as one of the...
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