## 5 Ways to Make Elementary Math More Engaging

5 Ways to Make Elementary Math More Engaging

Welcome back to the exciting math adventure where students in 3rd to 5th grades get to run their very own pizza restaurant! In our previous blog post, we discussed some initial steps of this real-world fraction project, such as deciding on the restaurant basics, creating a menu, and learning the art of cutting the perfect …

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Math often comes across as an abstract concept for young learners, making it challenging for our elementary students to grasp its practical applications. Therefore, incorporating real-world scenarios into our math lessons can make math learning much more engaging and meaningful. One such project I did recently is the fraction project – “Run a Pizza Restaurant.” …

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Every December, I look for Christmas math activities to do with my kids! If you are like me, you are at the right place as I am going to share an interesting and engaging Christmas math activity with you! Step 1: Finding the Password Each student will have a mission card, a password card, and …

What activities do you do to enrich math learning in your classroom? When you hear your early finishers say “I am done. Now what?”, what will you tell them to do next? In this post, I am going to share some math enrichment activities for 3rd grade and above in elementary schools. Click here or …

Fraction games can bring the learning of fractions so much fun! The fraction unit in math is always one of the most important units in 3rd grade and probably other grades in elementary schools. Every year, I spend a long period of time teaching students the fraction concept. However, some students still have a hard …