#### Beginning Math Methods and resources for teaching basic number skills and concepts for elementary learners.

Converting Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers Mixed numbers entered the chamber booth and exited as improper fractions to aid in the task of subtracting mixed numbers. Click to see how it all works.

Comparing Fractions Comparing fractions are not as difficult as you think. Four methods to easily compare fractions plus two practice games.

Divisibility Rules - Finding Factors Have you ever wondered if a number is divisible by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9? Here are a few divisibility rule math tips to help you.

Division - Parts and How It Works Parts of a division problem and how it works

GCF - By Listing Factors GCF. What does it stand for? Is there another way to find it without using prime factorization? Why learn it? I’m glad you asked. Click and learn.

How to Divide Take a look at this mnemonic to help your child remember and understand the steps or algorithm for long division.

How to Explain Division? Need help explaining or understanding division? Click for Clarity!

How to Find Prime Numbers A sure way to find prime numbers and an online demonstration.

How to Multiply After the multiplication facts are learned, the next step is to multiply larger numbers. Let’s look at several methods including the Lattice method.

How to Round a Number How to round whole numbers plus several examples

Learning Shapes - Math Activity What Shapes Do You See? An Activity for class or home

Math Songs and Poems Using music, songs, poems, and rhymes are fun ways to reinforce, teach, and learn math.

Mean - Median - Mode - Range Do you have a challenge remembering what to do to find the mean, median, mode, and range? Here is a refresher and tips to remember which math process to use.

Mean - Median - Mode - Range Do you have a challenge remembering what to do to find the mean, median, mode, and range? Here is a refresher and tips to remember which math process to use.

More Multiplication Practice Ideas Ten Ideas for Multiplication Practice

Multiplication - Multiples and Powers of Ten If the task of multiplying larger numbers tends to unnerve you, look at this tip for multiplying multiples of ten and powers of ten.

Multiplication - Unique Timetable Patterns - 5s Do you know any other patterns for 5´s besides the answer ends in a 5 or 0? Take a look at a few other patterns that may help strugging students.

Multiplication Facts - Nine Timetables Is your child or student struggling with multiplication facts? Teach the nine timetables by observing patterns that will make memorization easier and retainable.

Multiplication Facts - 11s Don’t let eleven timetables frighten you. They are full of patterns which make mental math and memorization easier than you think.

Multiplication Facts - 12s Recognize the patterns and break the code for the twelve timetables

Multiplication Facts - Alternative Method Are your students having trouble with their 6, 7 and 8 timetables? Try this method.

Multiplication Practice Ideas Fun ways to practice and learn multiplication facts

Multiplication Tips - 1s, 3s, 6s, 7s Multiplication tips for 1s, 3s, 6s, and 7s

Multiplication Tips - 2s, 4s, 8s Strategies to reinforce multiplication facts for 2s, 4s, and 8s

Number 7 Ponder the trivia about the number 7 or use them to introduce a topic.

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

Place Value -Timesaver Activity Worksheet Place value worksheet designed to save time with multiple uses

Prime Factorization Prime Factorization is used to find the Least Common Multiple and the Greatest Common Factor. This lesson will address a few definitions, give how-to instructions, detailed examples, and share a website for online practice.

Subtraction - Regrouping The basic skill of subtraction with borrowing challenges some students young and old. The problem magnifies if it requires borrowing or regrouping across zeros or borrowing multiple times. When the traditional subtraction method does not seem to click, consider this alternative method.

What is a Fact Family? Fact families explained for parents.

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