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Multiplication for Kids 6- Grid Method (Advanced)- KS2

Multiplication is one of the four math skills and calculating techniques and methods that are taught to the kids while they are in school....

Multiplication for Kids 5- Grid Method

Are you searching for a method to teach kids multiplication that is suitable for all the different age groups? The grid method is one...

Financial Literacy for Kids 1- Financial Education- Banks and Finance

The word bank is always related to the adults, but why don't we educate the kids about the financial side and make them able...

Multiplication for Kids 4- Multiplication Games- KS2

Are you searching for a multiplication game for your kids to learn more about times tables? Michelle has got her multiplication games and ideas...

Addition for Kids 6- Story Problems- KS1 & KS2

Story problems for kids is one of the addition games that teachers use in school and parents use at home to teach their kids...

Math Games for Kids- Bigger, Smaller, Equal- KS1 & KS2

Math challenges, math activities and mental math starters; these are the things we are focusing our attention on to teach the kids math. In...

Addition for Kids 5- Using Known Facts- KS1 & KS2

Addition has always been the easiest when it came to the world of math for kids, they always started the journey with knowing the...

Math Games for Kids- Bingo- KS1 & KS2

Bingo is the game that this video is teaching the kids to get educated in math through, it is the game that serves all...

Addition for Kids 4- Number Facts- KS1

Are you searching for ways to teach the kids how to add? Addition always comes at the beginning of the math journey and there...

Addition for Kids 3- Number Lines- KS1

It is important to have the right addition tools that would make sure that your kids understand the basics of addition and that they...

Learn the Times Tables- Easy Times Tables Multiplication

Building up a discussion with your child is always one important step to take while teaching him/her something new and different and this is...

Math Games for Kids- ‘If this is the answer?’ KS1 &...

Do you want a game that would trigger the problem solving part in the mind of your kid and at the same time teach...

Subtraction for Kids 9- KS2- Story Problem Solving

We all know that there are four different mathematical operations found out there; addition, subtraction, division and multiplication, and every single one of these...

Subtraction for Kids 8- KS2 Column Method

Subtraction for kids starts at an easy level and then it becomes harder with every new grade the kids reach. The basic subtraction method...

Subtraction for Kids 7 -KS2

Do you know the different methods that could be used in subtraction for kids? One of these different methods is the number line which...

Math Games for Kids- Times Tables Aerobics

Math games and multiplication times tables could be mixed up to educate the kids more about numbers and counting. Times tables aerobics is another...

Math Games for Kids – Explode a Number

Are you searching for a new math game for your kids to play with in order to teach them a new math lesson? "Explode...

Multiplication – Multiplication for Kids – Homeschool Curriculum – Math Problems...

Story problems is one good way to educate your child, not just because of letting them think, translate the words into numbers and start...

Math Games for Kids – Count Down

Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; these are the different mathematical operations that we learn in math and these are the ones that kids could...

Tables for Kids – Multiplication – Common Core

Are you searching for an easy way through which you could teach your kids multiplication? Here is one of the easy methods that children...