February 02, 2016

Lessons on telling time

Check out these videos of mine on telling time, meant mostly for grades 2-3, but I will be adding some for 1st grade hopefully soon.

Tell time to the nearest five minutes - grades 2-3

Elapsed time - whole hours - grades 1-3

Tell time using "past" and "till" - grades 2-3


I hope they are of help!

February 01, 2016

Decimal maze - practice CONCEPTUAL understanding of decimal operations

Here's a decimal MAZE...

Use a calculator, and try to finish with the largest value possible. Looks like FUN!



https://www.youcubed.org/task/too-big-or-too-small/

I feel this would fit best grades 5-7, but even grade 4 students might enjoy it from the perspective of a fun exploration. :)

January 21, 2016

Math Mammoth on sale at the co-op

Homeschool Buyers Co-op is running a 10-day sale for the large Math Mammoth bundles — get them at 40% off!

The sale runs till February 2, 2016.

January 15, 2016

Math Mammoth is on sale!

Get 25% off of all Math Mammoth & Make It Real Learning products sold at Kagi (downloads and CDs). smile

The offer is valid till January 31, 2016.

Use coupon code JAN2016 at Kagi store, on the 2nd page of the order process. You will find links to Kagi's order pages at MathMammoth.com on the various product pages.






Or, if you are ready to order, you can use these direct links to the order pages:

Sincerely,
Maria

January 04, 2016

Math Mammoth International Version

INTRODUCING... Math Mammoth INTERNATIONAL Version!


cover for Math Mammoth Grade 1-B Complete Worktext
Currently available for grades 1-4, this version differs from the US version in these aspects:
  • The currency used in the money chapters in grades 1-3 is the Australian dollar. (The download versions for these grades include the chapter on money also for US, British, European, South African, Canadian, and New Zealand currencies.)
  • The curriculum teaches the metric measurement units. Imperial units, such as inches and pounds, are not used.
  • The spelling conforms to British international standards (British English).
  • Page (paper) size is A4.
  • Large numbers are formatted with a space as the thousands separator (such as 12 394). (The decimals are formatted with a decimal point, like in the US version.)
Check it out at the link below:

Math Mammoth, International version

December 18, 2015

New Zealand money workbook

Some of my followers have been inquiring about a book for NEW ZEALAND money. It is available now as a download!

Check this page for free samples and more information:

Math Mammoth New Zealand Money

November 22, 2015

Thanksgiving is upon us soon...

When preparing for Thanksgiving with children, check out this Thanksgiving Activity Pack put together by my two daughters, Hannah and Abby :)

This Activity Pack includes color-by-number worksheets, coloring pages, copy-the-picture worksheets, dot-to-dots, find the correct path activities, find the wrong picture worksheets, matching activities, coded riddles, find the twins worksheets, mazes, secret codes, and a trace the dot worksheet.

It suits best children from preschool level to about 5th grade.




November 17, 2015

Math Mammoth Thanksgiving SALE

 

The traditional Math Mammoth Thanksgiving SALE is here!



Get 30% off of all Math Mammoth & Make It Real Learning products sold at Kagi (downloads and CDs). Follow the links to Kagi's order pages from the product pages on this site, and use coupon code THANKSGIVING.

The offer is valid till December 2, 2015. :)

November 04, 2015

Review lesson for 6th grade: fractions and decimals

In this video lesson of mine, we review how to write decimals as fractions, what to do when an addition or subtraction contains BOTH fractions and decimals, and how to place decimals & fractions on a number line.

The lesson suits best 6th grade math but is of course useful for other students (BIG or SMALL) too.



The 2nd part of this lesson has to do with a word problem concerning unit prices and a "bonus" problem of converting the fraction 1/7 into a decimal.

Hope they are of help! :)

October 04, 2015

CUTE 1st grade fractions exercise - different colors indeed!



This is what my son did on one of his Math Mammoth pages when studying FRACTIONS in 1st grade math... Look closely at the instruction for question 1d... color both halves, but different colors! It was so cute. :)

This worksheet page is found in my book Introduction to Fractions and also in Math Mammoth Grade 1 Complete Curriculum.

September 30, 2015

Addition facts within 10 - 1st grade math

Check out my videos on this page at my site! They present an organized and logical method for children to learn their addition facts within 10 using PATTERNS that arise from the number system itself.

Children LOVE patterns, and patterns are the essence of math — mathematics has even been defined as the "science of patterns".



In this method, we study sums with 5, sums with 6, sums with 7, and so on until sums with 10 (also called "number bonds"). These sums or number bonds are not studied in random order, but grouped by the SUM, or the "answer".