Memorizing math facts is an important aspect of early math education, but it can be a hard process for some students. Some common strategies, such as

## The Connection Between Math and Art

## The Connection Between Math and Art

Students are often judged on their skills in math and art at a young age, and unfortunately, that mindset can stick with them. They grow up believing

## 9 Simple Math Games for Preschoolers￼

## 9 Simple Math Games for Preschoolers￼

Little ones love to learn through exploration, discovery, and PLAY. They crave experiences that incorporate their senses and require them to

## How and When to Take a “Math Break”

## How and When to Take a “Math Break”

Sometimes in our schooling journey it can be wise to take a break from math. This need can be caused by a variety of reasons. Maybe your student has

## Multiple-Choice Tests: What is Distractor Rationale?

## Multiple-Choice Tests: What is Distractor Rationale?

In Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics, instructors will see a new and very useful feature for multiple-choice problems: distractor

## Why Skip Counting is Not the Endgame of Mastery

## Why Skip Counting is Not the Endgame of Mastery

Memorization can be the key to so much knowledge. Being able to recite your times tables via skip counting is a laudable goal for any student, and

## Mud and Math Activities for Young Learners

## Mud and Math Activities for Young Learners

Messy learning can be fun AND educational; try these mud math activities with your children. Control the mess by selecting an outside area that can

## Math Manipulatives Aren’t Just for “Little Kids”

## Math Manipulatives Aren’t Just for “Little Kids”

For many people, the mention of math manipulatives calls to mind using marbles for counting or craft sticks tied in bundles of 10 to illustrate place

## Understanding the Importance of Fractions and Division on Long-Term Success

## Understanding the Importance of Fractions and Division on Long-Term Success

At Math-U-See, we have always proclaimed the truism that understanding the “why?” of math is important for long-term success. It is always worth