School is back, thank goodness right? Back-to-school nights have been attended, supplies have been bought, first day pictures have been taken, and teachers are assigning homework. Our work is done, right? Yea we wish. Parent involvement doesn’t stop when school starts, as much as we wish all we had to do was drop the kids off every morning and pick them up every afternoon we know that our kids learn and work better in a school environment in which we are involved in the learning process. That is why we spend so much time looking at books, checking on websites, and talking with our fellow mom friends. We know how important it is to you to be able to help your children learn and grow. So we took some time to look at a few special ways to help your kids with math. Since math is often a difficult subject we found two incredible websites that offer fun learning games that help to teach math to two important age groups; K-2 and middle schoolers.
This incredible teaching blog is written by Melissa a teacher, and mom. Her incredible blog ideas are perfect for K-2. Not only does she share incredible games and fun learning ideas for young learners she tries to make them adaptable for children that learn better kinetically. We want to share the incredible way she teaches math to kinetic learners with skip counting. This hands on learning game is perfect for young learners struggling with math. Check out all the other incredible learning games offered on Melissa’s blog when you. Are there learning how to play the incredibly fun and educational game of skip counting.
Middle School Math Moments is an incredibly helpful blog written by a mom and teacher of 22 years. Geared towards middle school kids it features activities and games that help middle school kids learn. This fun factor game features a way to teach kids how to practice their factoring skills in fun and interesting ways. Be sure to check out some of the other incredible learning activities and games when you are learning the rules for the factoring game.