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205 threads found:
  1. Club activities
    Making Math Club more interesting.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 2 October 2011

  2. Schoolwide Math Project (K-5)
    Ideas for schoolwide Math Fair aimed at K-5.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 31 May 2000

  3. Teaching addition and subtraction
    How can I teach my first grader addition and subtraction without counting on her fingers?
    - Date of thread's last activity: 24 January 2013

  4. Multiplication tables
    Ways to get child to comprehend what is memorized from multiplication tables
    - Date of thread's last activity: 14 February 2013

  5. Math 24 game
    Information on a game called "Math 24"
    - Date of thread's last activity: 7 October 2012

  6. Teaching exponential function
    How can I teach the exponential function?
    - Date of thread's last activity: 1 June 2008

  7. Calculators in the Primary (K-2) Classroom
    Games, activities, and books to use to introduce counting and multiplication.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 29 September 2006

  8. Concerns about my children and math
    Games and other ways to interest children in and reward them for learning math facts.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 25 March 1999

  9. Why use math games?
    What math games can offer; a division card game using different bases.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 20 December 2006

  10. Making math seem less difficult
    Use a song, a cheer, or an acronym - make up something that will be fun for the child.
    - Date of thread's last activity: 29 September 2006

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