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Mother Goose Math
Have fun teaching math using Mother Goose nursery rhymes.

Graphing Calculator Help
Letís explore some online resources that can help parents, new teachers, and students use the graphing calculator.

Mackie's Word Problem Solving Plan
Consider this word problem solving plan that uses principles from scripture.

Ten Study Tips For Taking Finals
Finals! Take a deep breath. Start early and keep these tips in mind when preparing for finals.

Math Board Game - Addition - Subtraction - Time
A fun way to practice three math skills with easy instructions. Three Primary Math Games in one box reinforces addition, subtraction and telling time. Any Elementary or Special Ed school teacher, home school family, or student would enjoy these games. Two to four players. Ages 4 Ė 9

Math Story Books with Animals
Story books with math concepts. However, this author puts in extra effort and collaborates with the San Diego Zoo. One side of the book tells the story and the other side tells how math is used to care for the animals.

Teaching Math to Hands-On Learners
If your responsible for teaching or caring for a with child a learning delay, consider reading Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners

Place Value
Place value - teaching tips to remember the places; how to read and write numbers

Recognizing Alternate and Corresponding Angles
Math Tips to recognize alternate interior, alternate exterior, and corresponding angles.

Same-Side Angles
Sometimes it is helpful to hear the thought process of others. In this article, youíll find my thought process on ways to remember the different types of angles. Hopefully, these math tips will help you as they have helped other students.

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