Homemade Popsicle Recipes for Summer

What could be better than delicious, homemade popsicles on a hot summer day? In our July blog post, we're featuring three easy recipes for homemade popsicles. All you need to make popsicles at home with the kids are a handful of seasonal ingredients, a popsicle mold, and a blender. Get ready to make a tasty summertime treat! Read More 

Read These Math-Themed Children's Books This Summer!

Wondering how you can encourage kids to grow a love of reading and math over the summer break? Check out our top picks for math-themed books! In our June blog post, we highlight our favorite picture books for young readers and chapter books for older readers that teach math concepts. Browse our favorites and head to your local library for some summer reading fun! Read More 

Math Fact Review Activities

Is it ever the wrong time to practice math fact fluency with little ones? We didn't think so! With the end of the school year coming up fast, there's no better time than now to review math facts with your students. In our May blog post, read about three easy and fun activities you can do with your class to review math facts for the end of the school year. Let's go! Read More 

Practice Symmetry with a Spring Art Project

Celebrate spring with a colorful symmetry activity featuring springtime critters! In our April blog post, we are featuring three printable coloring pages you can use with little ones to help them practice basic symmetry. Read on to find out more. Read More 

Practice Mean, Median, Mode, and Range with 3 Educational Activities

Are your students up for a data-driven challenge? Of course they are! In our March blog post, we're featuring three activities your students can do to practice identifying the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set. Read on to find out more! Read More