Kindergartners kick-start math with blocks, bottle caps, and dice.
First graders learn about money, time, and measurements.
Second graders should be able to tell time, count their change, and write whole numbers up to 1,000.
Facts, facts, and more facts! Third graders focus on math facts - like drilling those times tables.
Fourth grade math emphasizes applying what kids know and knowing what they apply.
Fifth grade math kicks off with a limited look at the wide world of algebra.
See four fun ways to teach your first graders to share using math games.
Catch the math wave: Ditch the flashcards. Instead, practice math facts while playing catch.
Learn about the signs and sources of a learning disability in math -- and how to detect them in your child.
Seven fun ways to work math into your kids' everyday routine.
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