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  • Try these games and activities using dominoes to increase your child's understanding of basic math operations, as well as fractions and decimals. Try these games and activities using dominoes to increase your child'...

  • Try these games and activities at home to boost your child's fraction knowledge. Try these games and activities at home to boost your child's fraction knowledge. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learnin...

  • Index cards are a great tool for creating any math game at home. Index cards are a great tool for creating any math game at home. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning...

  • These dice games can help kids practice math facts, and develop a stronger understanding of whole numbers, fraction, and decimals. These dice games can help kids practice math facts, and develop a stronger understanding of w...

  • Use boxes of candy hearts to help teach your child valuable math skills. Use boxes of candy hearts to help teach valuable math skills, including counting, sorting, comparing, graphing, fractions, decimals, and percents. Jenn...

  • Get comfortable with these key, game-changing lessons, and learn how to support learning at home. From ratios to equations, this quick refresher on your kids' math will also help you provide support at home. Jennifer Ho...

  • Help your child learn to answer these fundamental math equations — while mastering the use of the equal sign. Help your child learn to answer these fundamental math equations — while mastering the use of the equal sign. Jenn...

  • Reinforce your kids' addition and subtraction concepts... yes, even over the summer! Use this printable worksheet for reinforcing your kids' addition and subtraction concepts. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parent...

  • Expand your your children's understanding of numbers with these easy activities about the number 10. These activities will help your children become flexible with numbers and develop a deeper understanding of the Base 1...

  • Math War is a fun and easy way to get kids to work on their facts daily or weekly. Math War is a fun and easy way to get kids to work on their facts daily or weekly. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Tool...

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