Play food isn't just for preschoolers! Help your child create a fun Passover craft that doubles as tea-party play food for younger siblings.
Half numbers, or divide by two, in this fun math card game. "Half as Much" is a great activity for home or the classroom for second, third, and fourth graders.
Want a sugar-sculpted house, just like Hansel and Gretel found? Make a miniature version in this sweet geometry activity.
When you're studying the Mayflower, numbers can be an important part of the history...and a great chance to practice elementary math!
For a fun activity that takes the dull out of decimals, show you child how to gain a better understanding of decimals - as dollar amounts!
Exponents can be tricky to learn, and this game provides plenty of multiplication practice for your fifth grade math student!
One way to "trick" your child into getting extra practice with one-step equations is to play a variation of the classic game, tic tac toe.
Here's a fun at-home activity that will help your child strengthen his ability to work with and interpret data in various forms.
Let your fifth grader get some easy algebra practice with a row of dancing skeletons and a ghost or two. This seasonally spooky worksheet makes finding x a fun (and possibly haunted) adventure.