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Joanne
Mikola December, 2002
LINE
DANCING: Multiplying 2 by 3 (or more!) digits
Explaining
how to multiply by multiple numbers  step by step and line by
line.
Joanne Mikola, July 10,2002
Printable
Worksheet: Practice
Multiplying of 2 and 3 Digits
Page 1 2 3 4
Joanne
Mikola March, 2001
Printable
worksheet: Long Division: 3 digits by 2 digits
Divisibility
Rules: No, it's Not Cheating
Cheat codes are all
the
rage for Nintendo... why not division, too?
Lisa
Williams November 10, 2000
Fractions
Lisa
Williams November 2, 2001
Fraction
Addition and Subtraction
Sharon
Vogt, April 22, 2001
Fraction
Addition  printable worksheet
Introducing
addition of fractions with common denominators. Linked to answer sheet
with detailed explanations.
Elaine
Ernst Schneider and Joanne Mikola, March 26, 2002
Printable
Worksheet: Divisibility
Rules: Reducing Fractions
Including
answer
sheet
Lisa
Williams March 26,2001
Introducing
Decimals: Lesson Plans and Worksheets
1. General
Overview
2. Comparing
Decimals
3. Addition
and Subtraction of Decimals
4.
Multiplication and Division
5. Metric
Measures and Conversions
Lisa
Williams January 27, 2002
Read
any Good Math Lately?
I have always hated
math.
When I decided to homeschool I never thought past the basic four
addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division. When my oldest announced that
he wanted to be an engineer and an astronaut, I panicked!
Holly
Furgason August 22, 2001


LINKS OF
NOTE
Time to Teach Interactive
Whiteboard resources, using Powerpoint, worksheets, and booster classes
to springboard children into higher grades. 
Math
Goodies is an educational
web site featuring interactive math lessons. 
The
Math Forum is an online
community that offers so much "math stuff"
that it made this mathophobic's head spin. 
