# 8 results for “Order of Operations”

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• ### The 4 Major Math Concepts Your Kids Learn in Grades 5-6

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...

• ### Target Math Learning at All Levels with This Fun Game

Help your kids practice number sense at all levels with this great game. This flexible math game can be played at all levels to help build number sense with both small and large numbers. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Paren...

Help your child master the concept of place value with the help of the "break apart" method and this printable. Help your child master the concept of place value with the help of the "break apart" method...

• ### Finger Painting With Toddlers: Debunking My Own Myths

Finger painting helps toddlers learn about color, texture, and more. Finger painting helps toddlers learn about color, texture, and more. Meghan Burch Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Le...

• ### The 4 Major Math Concepts Your Kids Learn in Grades 3-4

Bone up on your child's math learning during these game-changing grades. Sure multiplication and division sound okay, but fractions? Geometry? Clear out the cobwebs so you know what you children are learning in math. Je...

Discover ways to transform math from a scary subject to one your child enjoys — even during leisure time! Discover ways to transform math from a scary subject to one your child enjoys — even at leisure time! Jennifer Hogan B...

• ### Index Cards Help Make Learning Math at Home Fun

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...

• ### 5 Tips for New Year's Math Goals

Set attainable math goals for you and your children this New Year. Find out how. These suggestions will help you and your children set attainable math goals for the New Year. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Lear...

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