So-called math-anxious parents who provided frequent help on homework actually hurt their children by passing on their anxiety, a study found.

This unique math challenge will get kids of all ages thinking! There isn't just one right answer, so use these math sets to encourage math talks and spark a likely debate!

Id have the students put the cups on the number sentences. Have them write down multiple ways to get that number. And lifting the cup and having the see if what they wrote down is on there. and 2 D -Nelly M

Could use this with fractions on a number line!

Multisensory teaching techniques, like using manipulatives, can be a big help for struggling math students.

When students are engaged in solving hands-on math problems in context, sometimes they forget they're doing math. They’re moving, talking, and having fun. And in the end, it’s the teachers job to host a reflective discussion that helps students realize th