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Go Shopping for Decimal Practice!

Here's an activity that will get your child's attention with a back-to-school shopping spree. The catch? He'll have to use decimal skills to add, subtract, multiply, and divide his way to a new wardrobe!

Equation Magic

Impress your child with a bit of math magic by performing a card trick anchored in addition and multiplication.

The Amazing Equation Race

Games are a great way to ease your fifth grader's fear of new math concepts. Here's an interactive, fast-paced game that will make your fifth grader feel more comfortable with simple equations.

Craft Your Own Carnival! Make Juggling Balls

Be the ringmaster of your very own household circus by making some juggling balls! They're super simple to make and are a blast to play with. Not to mention, they're great practicing hand-eye coordination!

Pick Up

Use a deck of playing cards to improve math reasoning skills! This two-player game requires logic and critical thinking. If your child likes puzzles, this activity will be a big hit!

Prime Number Hunter

Wondering how to help your child get a handle on prime numbers? Why not turn her into a prime number hunter?

Snag a Spoon! A Math Game

In this version of the classic card game, students will gain a solid understanding of basic equivalents and will be having so much fun they may not even realize it's a math review.

Make Baking Soda Toothpaste

Looking to get away from all the chemicals in store bought toothpaste? There's no need to head out to the health food store: it's easy to make eco-friendly, chemical-free toothpaste at home.

Explore Circumference with Your Bicycle Wheel

By late elementary school, students are exploring the many ways that geometry translates to real-world situations. Here's a hands-on activity that helps your child understand the concept of "circumference."

Natural vs. Artificial: Can You Taste the Difference?

Which do you prefer: real or artificial? Try this sweet little taste experiment to help your kids develop a better awareness of the food they consume.

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