# Walk through a piece of paper – the Math behind it

Today, as part of our math lessons, I asked my kids, “Do you think I can cut a hole large enough in a piece of paper such that I can…

# I Love you – Math Equation Card

Say I love you Mom in a funny and amusing way…….with math and equation! Whether your mom is a math teacher or a math whiz, this is a cute way…

# Fold and Hole Sequence – A Math Activity

Do you know the simplest way to teach kids symmetry mathematically is to do ‘Fold and Hole’ method. The one where you first fold the paper in a certain way…

# Math and Cooking – Math in everyday life

Math is in every aspect of cooking, from measuring to weighing and to reading and converting temperatures. But what if you don’t have any measuring tools while cooking, how can…

# Magic Square 3 X 3

Magic squares have intrigued people from ancient times. A magic square is a square with equal number of rows and columns filled with distinct positive numbers 1, 2, …, arranged…

# Divisibility Rules

Once your kids have mastered their division facts, it’s always good to teach them the divisibility rules. These rules can help them determine if a number is divisible by another…

# Matchstick Puzzles – Rearranging Squares

Matchstick puzzles are quiet time activity in our house these days. I have been doing them with my kids for a while now, you can check out our earlier post…

# MatchStick Puzzles – Changing Directions

My kids were so intrigued by the matchstick puzzles we did yesterday that they wanted to do more of them. You can check the matchsticks puzzles we did yesterday here.…

# MatchStick Puzzles

Try these fun and engaging matchstick puzzles with your kids while waiting at the restaurant.

# Magic Number 9 – Multiplying with 9’s

Math Tricks – The Magic Number 9 – How can you quickly multiply large number with 9 .