Middle School Math Activities
Here's how to practice order of operation, and help your middle schooler complete her homework in half the time!
Fridge Formulas are short, daily activities that reinforce the skills your middle-schooler is learning in math class.
Want to reinforce new middle school math terms (variables, equations), while helping your child solve simple one and two-step equations?
Identifying angles may sound intimidating, but with this exercise, you can turn your child into an expert angler in no time!
Help your child learn one of the most beautiful mathematical expressions in nature as she uses the Fibonacci sequence to create a "spiral of beauty."
Help your middle-schooler develop important mathematical and visual organization skills with this tessellation activity.
With this activity, you'll be practicing adding and subtracting fractions, but the activity can be modified to refresh multiplication, division, and more.
For some math concepts, doing the math itself is easy. The hard part is helping your child remember which formula to use for which term!
Making metric conversions is a difficult concept to master. Get in some extra practice by playing this Tic-Tac-Toe game with your middle school student.
Work on mastering calculations with percentages with your middle school student in this fun Tic-Tac-Toe math game.