Find math resources for third through eighth grade here (ages 8-14). Topics include multiplication, division, fractions, reading and creating bar charts, computing the mean and distributions. We also include a few refreshers on subtraction and addition.

Why should we memorize math? I’m astounded that some people consider memorization a universal evil because “We have the internet.” Multiplication tables are searchable in my notes or my device, but are in frequent use. Optimizing learning by memorizing the basics is time and energy well-spent for the long haul. […]

The Case for Memorization

The US Census Bureau released 2020 tool kits for Parents, Caregivers and Educators. Teachers have Statistics in Schools (SIS) resources for 2020. We’ve curated a list of these Statistics links containing teacher resources for K-12. Parent Resources Parent/Caregiver Tool Kit – No teaching experience required. These tool kits are filled […]

Census 2020: Statistics for Kids

Division Problem from 7 GenGames Youtube Play list
If you’ve decided that summer came early and your children are going to spend the next however long this quarantine lasts watching stupid YouTube videos where celebrities stuff pickles up their nose, we won’t judge you. However, if you’d like some education to happen, check out this division play list, with animated videos that explain everything from what is a dividend to long division with remainders. All the videos are from one and a half to around three and a half minutes.

Yes, Your Kids Can Learn Division on YouTube