Have you ever heard of “the rule of three” (in Latin, “omne trium perfectum”)? It’s a writing principle suggesting that things coming in threes are inherently more satisfying and useful than those that come in other number sets. And that’s certainly true here today!
Below are three different activities (and their keys) for you to download and do with your child. These fun and simple math exercises keep young minds engaged and help spark an interest in math. So click on the links/ buttons to download. Then check their answers against ours to see how they do.
Our children’s long-term success depends on their ability to compete and collaborate with people around the world. There is one language they will all need to use, and it’s not English: It’s math. Unfortunately, the difference between U.S..
To test if a number is divisible by 11, follow the general rule: the difference of the sum of alternating digits can be divided by 11.
To determine if the number 2,728 is divisible by 11, find the difference of the ..
Spring is the season of new beginnings. When flowers start to bloom, trees shake off the doldrums of winter and turn green, animals awaken from their winter slumbers and the earth seems to spring back to life (see what we did there?).
Even in a yea..