"Help! I have to solve a word problem!" If this plea sounds familiar, then this blog post is for you. You’re working on a set of math problems,

## Preparing for the Math Portion of the 2015 ACT®

## Preparing for the Math Portion of the 2015 ACT®

One of our recent blog posts shared information about the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT®), which is being significantly revised for the 2015-2016

## Introduce Children to Numbers Easily with These 8 Math Activities

## Introduce Children to Numbers Easily with These 8 Math Activities

Numbers and counting are naturally a part of your child’s day. From counting his toes to saying, “one, two, three, go!” while playing in the yard, he

## When Should You Let Your Child Use a Calculator?

## When Should You Let Your Child Use a Calculator?

When should your child use a calculator for math? Are calculators a necessary tool for them to learn, given the increase in technology in

## What You Should Know About the New Math SAT

## What You Should Know About the New Math SAT

If you have a high school student, you may have heard that the math SAT has been revised. The New Math SAT The new Preliminary Scholastic

## Hands-on Math Activities

## Hands-on Math Activities

When it comes to learning math, you know that building a good foundation is essential. Your goal is to produce confident problem solvers who enjoy the

## Real Living Math: A Fresh Approach to Teaching Math

## Real Living Math: A Fresh Approach to Teaching Math

This time of year, I start to feel restless anticipating the freshness of spring. Here in the Midwest, it’s been snowing, blowing, and just plain cold

## 3 Motivating Math Apps

## 3 Motivating Math Apps

Motion Math Zoom Pro uses a unique feature of the iPad to demonstrate understanding of number concepts from 1-10 and up through 10,000, decimals and

## Learning Math Can Be as Sweet as Honey

## Learning Math Can Be as Sweet as Honey

Years ago I had a class on early education where the author recounted how Rabbis used to make school enjoyable. After a little research I found this