# Math Activities Club: Blog Posts mathactivities.club

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Blog posts from around the web and also from my website; mathactivities.club. Blog posts on a range of subjects related to math and other areas of teaching.

### The Secret to Achieving Mastery in Math

Helping students learn is to achieve proficiency in math is the goal that many of us have for the students in our classroom. For many educators though, they desire more than proficiency for their students and work hard to ensure that every student achieves math mastery instead. In this blog post, we let you in on a few secrets that can help your students achieve math mastery.

### Deepen Mathematical Understanding Through Writing

The assumption many students have about learning math is that there is minimal writing required in order to understand the concepts. When in actuality, writing is very much a part of the learning process. In fact, when done successfully, writing can deepen a student’s understanding of mathematical concepts.

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Looking for free fun math warm-up or math starter activities? Your students will love these 5 ideas! Everything from number games to multiplication activities. These math starters will get your students brain juices flowing and prepare them for the more f

### 5 Tips for Setting Up Your Math Centers

Math Centers can be a challenge, but they don't have to be! Here are 5 helpful tips and ideas for setting up your math centers for back to school! Grab the math game FREEBIES!!

### Fun Ways to Learn Addition and Subtraction Math Facts - Fantastic Fun & Learning

Make learning addition and subtraction math facts more fun! In this article we're outlining some of our favorite math fact games, addition and subtraction toys, and a few math fact workbooks to supplement your hands-on learning if needed.

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It’s time for a laugh with these funny math videos. Teaching math can be hard, so it is sometimes good to get away from that stress with a bit of a laugh. Ok, so this post might not help improve your math teaching ability – but who cares! Below are three

### 9 Ways to Make Math Relevant

9 Ways to Make Math Relevant - From checking the temperature or deciding what to wear, to knowing if you have enough money to purchase an item or figuring out how long it will take to get somewhere, math is a part of everyday life. Here are nine math teac

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11 Awesome websites for your elementary or middle school math classroom. We are living in a time where both students and teachers have access to wealth of information, games, resources and through the internet. The problem is finding material which releva

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3 Fun multiplication activities for teaching multiplication to your students. A great way for students to practice their multiplication facts. The activities include multiplication mazes, hidden messages and a multiplication game. Click through for more i

### Winter Math Activity: The Abominable Snowman! A Fun CSI Winter Math Activity

Winter Math Activity: The Abominable Snowman! A Fun CSI Winter Math Activity. Someone is transforming into the abominable snowman and creating havoc in the village! Students have to solve a series of math clues to find out who (which suspect) it is. Throughout the adventure, your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found out which suspect is the abominable snowman!

### Fall Math Activity / Autumn Math Story: The wizard and the tale of Fall!

Fall Math Activity / Autumn Math Activity. Math Story: The wizard and the tale of Fall! Students have to use their math skills and go on an Autumn/Fall Math adventure. Your land, which once was in never-ending summer, is now turning cold and dark. You must find the wizard and get him to reverse the spell. Throughout the adventure, your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found the wizard and stopped the fall out of summer from continuing!

### 5 Steps To Teaching Problem Solving To Banish Math Anxiety!

Kids struggling with Math Word Problems? Try our 5 steps to successful problem solving method & banish math anxiety forever! {FREE Teacher Worksheets} I find teaching Problem Solving Strategies to my kids difficult, do you? Make your life easier with a Ne

### Summer Math Activity

Summer Math Activity: CSI Math – Who Stole All The Ice Cream? Fun Summer Math! Summer is here and you are having the best time at summer camp! The camp has an ice cream van which provides free ice cream to all the campers! You’re getting hot so decide to go down to the van, however, when you arrive you find all the ice cream gone, someone has taken it! Throughout this adventure, your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found out who took all the ice cream!

### 12 Fun Math Worksheets and Math Activities For Every Holiday and Season. Christmas to Easter and Winter to Spring | Math Activities Club

Keeping your kids engaged in Math throughout the year can be challenging, especially when there is an exciting event such as Easter or Christmas just around the corner. Here at the Math-Activities Club, we strive to make engaging resources for all seasons and holidays of the year. Here is a list of 12 of our favorite activities that we have created and that will keep your kids engaged and loving math throughout the year!

### Spring Math Activity

Spring Math Activity: Who Stole the Golden Orb? A Fun C.S.I. Math Spring Activity! In a far-off world full of talking animals is a magic orb which brings spring to the land – but someone has stolen it! Students have to solve a series of clues to find out who (which suspect) has it. Throughout the adventure, your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found out which suspect has the golden orb!

### Summer Math Activity + Seasonal Bundle: CSI Math. Spring/Winter/Fall/Summer!

C.S.I. Math Mysteries Seasonal Bundle. Winter, Fall, and Spring. Your students will LOVE doing these and they will stay engaged throughout all the seasons of the year, from summer to winter. Great for upper elementary (primary) school students and lower middle school also.