It’s Monday, August 11, 2014, and time for **Math**** **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Recommended Website:**

Teaching Ideas

**Age Range: 5-11 **(Grades 1-6, with parental supervision)

This UK-based website offers **free ideas, activities and worksheets to help educators teach Math** (and science, geography, and history as well). The resources are delivered through a variety of formats for use online and offline including:

- PDF Files
- Word Documents
- Excel Spreadsheets
- PowerPoint Presentations
- Websites
- Text Documents (e.g. Notepad, Wordpad, Word)
- Video Files
- ~ and more!

When you get to the site, you’ll see a brief welcome message and some featured math resources and activities. Directly above the welcome message look for the **blue menu bar** and roll over “Maths” to find choices that include:

***Number Patterns** – Practice number sequences, patterns, Fibonacci sequence, Kaprekar’s sequence, Pascal’s triangle, the 100 Square and more.

***Shape** – Learn about different shapes and properties of 2D shapes. Sort shapes, match shapes, discover polygons, triangles, quadrilaterals, tangrams and more.

***Addition/Subtraction** – Learn to add and subtract numbers of varying size.

***Measure** – Develop estimation and practical measuring skills, learn to calculate perimeter and area as well as the volume of cubes.

***Problem Solving** – Learn to understand and solve word problems for a variety of math strands.

***Multiplication/Division** – Check out interesting games, grids, and gadgets to help kids learn to multiply and divide.

***Fractions/Decimals/Percents** – Get lots of resources to help kids understand fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion.

There is a great deal of content beyond what’s described above and all of it can be used to supplement math studies. You’ll need to bookmark the site and make several visits to thoroughly explore it.

Note: As you explore the site, you’ll notice comments about the resources and activities on the site that are left by visitors. You can post your comments about what you liked and/or offer suggestions for improvement too.