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Order in the court! Don’t put the cart before the horse! Sequence matters! Especially with Ratios! 1:2 does not mean the same as 2:1! Order, order, order! Now for some profound existential questions: What if math learning could be fun again and maybe even discover that our kids were Made For Math? The short answer is: Yes and Yes!
50% off! Sales, discounts, and Black Friday’s afterMATH. Gather yourselves. There are lessons here for present and future shoppers. Who else wants a deal? Here it is, and it’s absolutely free. Claim it here in today’s “Solving Percent Proportions” lesson.
Our kids are capable of understanding percents. Their differences are strengths and not deficits. Regardless of the election results, this is sure, our students are MADE FOR MATH. VOTE YES for online, fun, hands-on instruction. Download today’s freebie, click “play” on the math lesson!
Politics, Pandemics, and Neopolitan ice cream. Could they give us a launching pad to multiplying fractions?
Kids journey from math madness to math majors: Divide by fractions and two things every parent can do right now.
Watch Matthew teach a quick lesson on Adding Fractions. Interested in multisensory math for your child? Connect with us at madeformath.com
Learn how to solve proportions the fun way! Calculations enhance our ability to party…exponentially. So let’s quintuple that hot cake recipe!
Watch Amy teach a quick lesson on Using Greatest Common Factors to Simplify Fractions. Interested in multisensory math for your child? Connect with us at madeformath.com
For many of our children, the concept of equivalent ratios is not transferable by osmosis. The explicit, mindful, methodical instruction in this video lesson is the place to begin. Let’s give our children the confidence to work with equivalent ratios. They are everywhere!
Don’t waste your precious breath articulating “Automated Teller Machine” when you can enunciate ATM. Why type out “Shaking My Head” when SMH will do. Oh, the power of initialisms! So much in only three letters! Introducing (drum roll) another triple-letter combo to the team: LCM, meaning “Least common Multiple!”