# Math Resources

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How Many Dots?
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How Many Dots?
How many dots are there of each color? Find out in this worksheet, and develop comparison skills by figuring out which color has more dots.
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Critter Subtraction Fun #2
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Critter Subtraction Fun #2
Can your second grader guide this beautiful blue fish through some double-digit subtraction problems?
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Everyday Spheres
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Everyday Spheres
Spheres are all around us—from home to school and in between! Have your students search for real-life spheres around them with this fun geometry activity that will deepen their understanding of this ubiquitous shape.
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Math Mania: Practice Subtraction & Odd/Even 6
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Math Mania: Practice Subtraction & Odd/Even 6
Here's a fun and colorful way to teach your second grader important concepts: subtraction and odd/even numbers.
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Word Problems with Money: Subtraction
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Word Problems with Money: Subtraction
Kids love to go pretend-shopping, and these word problems are the perfect way to familiarize them with money. A great way to practice subtraction!
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Easter Color By Number Page
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Easter Color By Number Page
Kindergarten
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Shape Farming
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Shape Farming
Your preschooler will have fun learning her shapes as she helps the farmer find his piglets.
Preschool
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Ice Cream Bar Graph #8
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Ice Cream Bar Graph #8
Practice graphing data with Sam, Kate and Becky as they sell ice cream cones! Your child will keep track of their sales by putting the data into a bar graph.
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Critter Subtraction Fun #5
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Critter Subtraction Fun #5
This page is filled with double-digit subtraction, and Mark the Monkey needs to finish it before he can eat his bananas! Can your second grader help?
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With colorful socks beside each problem to help them count, this worksheet helps kids bridge the gap between counting and addition.
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Geometry Fractions #7
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Geometry Fractions #7
Enjoy an out-of-this-world math sheet that combines shapes and fractions! Your child will get to color a fraction of each shape.
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Number "Nine" Puzzle
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Number "Nine" Puzzle
Nine is fine, especially when it's in a fun puzzle! Your preschooler will love practicing her counting with a homemade number puzzle.
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Money in the Bank: Two-Digit Addition #1
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Money in the Bank: Two-Digit Addition #1
How much money is in each piggy bank? Give your second grader practice with double-digit addition as he gets more familiar with mental math.
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Where to Pay?
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Where to Pay?
Preschool
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Past vs Present
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Past vs Present
Explore the concept of time with your little learner. Which of these items are from the present day? Which are from the past?
Kindergarten
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Construction Zone Subtraction 4
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Construction Zone Subtraction 4
Little math workers, get your subtraction tools ready! These picture problems will help kids visualize the equation.
Kindergarten
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Vocabulary Cards: Skip Counting with Visuals
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Vocabulary Cards: Skip Counting with Visuals
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Skip Counting with Visuals.
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Make it Taller
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Make it Taller
How can we make it taller? Practice measurement with your little artist. She'll draw a taller version of each item shown.
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Count and Color One Tractor
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Count and Color One Tractor
This tractor coloring page will get your child excited about the lumbering piece of machinery, and he'll get some counting practice in too!
Preschool
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Halloween Math Problems
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Halloween Math Problems
These three Halloween math problems feature spooky and sweet number lines, and easy addition and subtraction.
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Name That Hero! Two-Digit Addition #10
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Name That Hero! Two-Digit Addition #10
Practice is the best medicine for a second grader struggling with two-digit addition. This fun worksheet's sure to help him out!
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Leprechaun Dot to Dot
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Leprechaun Dot to Dot
Counting, drawing and coloring are rolled into one worksheet this Saint Patrick's Day!
Kindergarten
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### Math Resources

Math deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. It is the building block for everything in our daily lives, from money, art, science, engineering and technology. A true understanding of math will give students the ability to think, perceive and analyze numerical problems, from the most simple to the most complex. With our resources, help students build a foundation that will carry them for a lifetime.

### Math 101

When kids learn math, they begin with the basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. As they build knowledge, they move on to concepts such as geometry, trigonometry, algebra, calculus and beyond. It’s crucial to give students an understanding of math early on. And because math is easy to gamify, they’ll likely develop a love for it as well. Here are some tips for getting kids excited about math.

Make it fun. Math is all about solving problems. This requires mastering skills such as grouping, classifying, counting, and recognizing numerals, shapes and patterns. Very young kids naturally gravitate toward these activities during playtime. Put colored blocks in front of toddlers and they will play for hours. As they get older, they’ll move on to more advanced concepts like solving puzzles.

Turn your house a math classroom. Let your kids help out with cooking, where they’ll learn how to measure ingredients. Show them how to set the kitchen timer to teach them about time. And that pizza? It’s the best way to teach fractions.

Incorporate movement. Count steps as you dance around the living room. Invent moves that encourage classifying and counting, or set up a game of hopscotch.

Take it on the road. Point out different shapes such as circles, squares and triangles in the landscape. Count cars on the highway and calculate miles traveled.

Apply it in the real world. Older kids want to know how math works beyond the textbooks. Show them how to pay for purchases and count change or let them figure out how long it takes to get from the house to the store when the car is going a certain speed.