Mathematical Practice 2 states that children should be able to “Reason abstractly and quantitatively.” What does that even mean?? Read More >>

# Math

## Working with Fractions: Subtracting Fractions

Last, but not least, we’re closing out our Working with Fractions series with subtracting fractions with Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract (CPA) means. Read More >>

## Working with Fractions: Dividing Fractions

For most of us dividing fraction is one of those things where we got the right answer in math, but we don’t really remember why. Read More >>

## Working with Fractions: Multiplying Fractions

## Math Games: Fractions – Cover/Uncover!

We’re finishing up February, and concluding this series of math games for Math with Someone, with a fractions game! Read More >>

## Math Mights Showdown: Subtraction Edition!

At the beginning of kindergarten, we want students to think of the process of subtraction as “taking something away” or “minus.” Read More >>

## Math Mights Showdown! Addition Edition

This week, we can’t wait to share our newest product with you – Math Mights pencil toppers and dice! Read More >>

## Making Math with Someone Easy with Math Game Tutorials: Speed and Tetris!

Our math game tutorial library is growing! This week – more multiplication games! Read More >>

## Making Math with Someone Easy with Math Game Tutorials: Multiplication Bump!

Up this week – Multiplication Bump! Read More >>

## Making Math with Someone Easy with Math Game Tutorials: Bump!

Math games sound like a GREAT idea, don’t they! They can take math workshop to a whole new level and provide a second or third layer of reinforcement for students – no more busy work! Read More >>