Posted on November 24, 2014 by JumpStart
This week’s Worksheet of the Week has something for everyone… math, coloring, ships. What more could you ask for? Ask your parents to help you download and print it today by clicking on the image above!
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Posted on November 20, 2014 by JumpStart
Ever wish you could wrestle an alien? In Math Blaster, you can! Choose from different subjects and levels of difficulty before you take on the intergalactic beast!
Practice adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing and then use your keyboard to make to enter the correct answer to the problem shown on the top of the screen before time runs out! Bonus: Alien Wrangler is a learning game (marked with a lightbulb), which means that you earn bonus credits when you play the game!
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Posted on November 17, 2014 by JumpStart
Woah, check this out! Here’s an all new worksheet of the week! Ask your parent to help download and print it today to practice learning your shapes and recognizing patterns!
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Posted on November 10, 2014 by JumpStart
Photo by Andy Melton, ©2007 Some rights reserved. Licensed by Creative Commons Public Works License
This edition of Kitchen Math helps your child understand adding fractions while making a healthy treat for snack time, road trips or the playground. The best part about making trail mix is that it is easily modified to fit your child’s preferences or allergy restrictions! Learn how to incorporate math into this easy, no-cook recipe that you can whip up in no time!
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Posted on November 3, 2014 by JumpStart
Photo by Emma Craig, ©2013 Some rights reserved. Licensed by Creative Commons Public Works License.
Make the most of your leaf strewn lawn by incorporating Fall foliage into this fun activity with your kids! It’s simple and uses supplies that you probably already have at home, plus it creates instant seasonal artwork for your home! This is a great opportunity to teach your child about the different types of trees in your neighborhood!
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Posted on October 29, 2014 by JumpStart
Hey Blasters- we’re sure that you’re starting to get excited for trick or treating on Halloween night, right? Well, you can get in the spirit a little early with MathBlaster! Using the avatar builder, you can make your Cadet seriously spooky- no masks or facepaint needed! We redesigned a few of our favorite Blasters to see how ghoulish it could get. Here’s the before from one of our male Space Cadets…
Does your Blaster look something like this? While this is a pretty cool-looking Cadet, it could look a bit more …monstrous, don’t you think? Click “more” to see our redesign!
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Posted on October 27, 2014 by JumpStart
Photo by Robot B., ©2014 Some rights reserved. Licensed by Creative Commons Public Works License
Wrap up multiplication and division in a pinch with these cute Mummy Hotdogs that are sure to please even your pickiest eater! Use hot dogs and croissant dough to build your child’s division skills while cooking up an afternoon snack for the family. This activity is especially helpful if your child is a visual learner- seeing one hot dog cut into two halves can help them understand multiplication at a basic level and then apply this skill to larger numbers. Read on to learn how to incorporate multiplication and division into these fun treats!
Filed under: Baking with kids, Division, Elementary Math, Family Activities, Family Fun, Holiday, Kitchen Math, Math, Math Activity, Multiplication | Tagged: Activities, division, Halloween, Halloween Cooking, Halloween Snack, Kids in the Kitchen, kitchen math, math activity, math practice, multiplication, Mummy | Leave a comment »