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Jennifer Hogan

Jennifer has always had a passion for teaching children since a young age.  Through her own struggles as a student, she has always wanted to create new and exciting environments for students to learn.  As a math specialist (grades K-8) and an educational consultant, Jennifer loves developing student-centered activities and allowing students to become engaged learners.  Her passion has always been in mathematics where she challenges students to look at math in different ways and become confident thinkers.

For over 15 years, Jennifer has been a classroom teacher in both MA and NJ, a math specialist and most currently a math educational consultant helping teachers implement the Common Core Curriculum and create excellent learning environments.  She also tutors math students grades K-8.

Jennifer received her BA in Education from Boston College where she double majored in Elementary Education and Math and Computer Science, and her MA in Urban Education from Simmons College.  She resides in Ridgewood, NJ with her loving husband and 3 wonderful children who open her eyes to different ways to learn every day.  

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by Jennifer Hogan
Index cards are a great tool for creating any math game at home.
by Jennifer Hogan
Create a set of digit cards at home and watch your child's number sense and love for math grow immensely!
by Jennifer Hogan
What does the equal sign really mean?
by Jennifer Hogan
These dice games can help kids practice math facts, and develop a stronger understanding of whole numbers, fraction, and decimals.
by Jennifer Hogan
These dice games help strengthen number recognition, base 10 understanding, and addition and subtraction skills.
by Jennifer Hogan
Here is a fun connect-the-dots printable to focus not only on practicing math facts but the concept of algebra, as well.
by Jennifer Hogan
Try these age- and grade-appropriate math ideas that can be used when watching the last few games of the NCAA tournament.
by Jennifer Hogan
With selections made and March Madness underway, here are some different ways to get your kids using math while watching the games.
by Jennifer Hogan
Here's how to start a March Madness tradition with your own kids -- and sneak some learning into the fun.
by Jennifer Hogan
These activities will help your children become flexible with numbers and develop a deeper understanding of the Base 10 System.

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