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Avoid 3rd Grade Math Anxiety in the Fall

25 June, 2016

Going back to school means building on the concepts learned last year. But what if your child was a little shaky on some of those math concepts? ...
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Dividing Fractions and Other Memory Tips

12 November, 2015

I found this clever video to help students remember the order of operations for dividing fractions. It uses the “Keep, Change, Flip” mnemonic to teach ...
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Why the Memory Joggers System Works

12 October, 2014

Today I thought I’d show you why the Memory Joggers Systems work so well. I used proven memorization principles with all my products. Multiplication/Division Addition/Subtraction Memory ...
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Remembering Proper & Improper Fractions

17 August, 2012

I always love using pictures to illustrate a difficult concept in math. My third grade students often had a hard time remembering the difference between ...
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Math, Manipulatives & Magic Wands Book Review

19 June, 2012

Math, Manipulatives & Magic Wands by Karen Simmons & Cindy Guinn I love this book and my students love the projects! It’s easy to use ...
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What about those “Shakers & Movers?” (Kinesthetic Learners)

28 December, 2011

Yes, Kinesthetic Learners are the "shakers & movers!" They only make up about 5% of the population, but since their style of learning doesn't ...
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Visual Vocabulary Memory Tip

26 April, 2010

Learning the meanings of new vocabulary words often stress kids out!  Make it easy on them.  Try making an association or rhyme and drawing a ...
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Get ’em Dancing and Singing (Audio Learners)

22 October, 2009

There’s so many ways to engage children while they’re learning. And sources abound. Like this video of Feist on Sesame Street… ...
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What is Your Child’s Learning Style?

15 June, 2009

I can remember looking at math word problems as a child, and feeling none of this made any sense. My dad, who was good at ...
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