Kindergartners kick-start math with blocks, bottle caps, and dice.
First graders learn about money, time, measurements, and more.
Second graders should be able to add, count, and write whole numbers up to 1,000 and much more.
In addition to drilling those times tables, third graders focus on math facts rather than fancy ideas.
Real numbers in the real world: 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.
Expert tips to help with math homework.
Parents share tips on how to teach real-life math skills.
Check out these 10 quick and easy ways to work math into your summer routine and help your child develop numbers sense.
Expert tips on how to help your teen with algebra.
Take the fear and frustration out of math homework by pointing out how numbers are used in your home on a daily basis.
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