# Kids & Math

Math. It’s kind of one of those things; you get it, or you don’t. And maybe it’s just me, but it seems like more of us don’t get it than do. Especially when things start getting really complicated and subjects like algebra and calculus are introduced!

Your kids need support in their education, no matter what level they may be at. Math can be particularly difficult because many parents can be even more confused than their children are when they look at some equations that are assigned.

Moms Who Think might not be able to tell you what x equals, but we do have some valuable resources that can help you and your children.

We provide articles on math for grades 1 through 6. Each article lets you know what kind of math problems you can expect at each level in your child’s life. This way you can make sure they have the tools they need to move forward.

We also provide a printable multiplication chart that can be useful in helping your child figure out math problems and become more familiar with multiplying.

Getting through school isn’t easy and math can be especially difficult. Having the help and support of a parent can mean a lot. Do what you can to give them the tools they need to be successful, no matter what x might equal!

## Multiplication Chart

/Using a multiplication chart is a great way to learn multiplication of numbers. It’s a handy reference that with continued use helps a child memorize their multiplication facts. How to use the multiplication chart: Step One – Choose a number from the left hand column of the chart (directly under the X) Step Two – […]

Read more »## 6th Grade Math

/6th Grade Math During 6th grade math, many math topics are introduced that build upon prior knowledge and attempt to begin building the basis for the study of pre-Algebra. Students are taught more advanced topic in Numbers, Measurement, Geometry and Operations. Students are expected to be able to understand the idea of ratios, rates, percentages […]

Read more »## 5th Grade Math

/5th Grade Math In 5th grade math, it is the year when some of the changes begin occurring as students begin to master the very basics of arithmetic and make the transition to higher levels of math study. This is apparent with their study in numbers, measurement, geometry, and manipulation of numbers. Students are expected […]

Read more »## 4th Grade Math

/4th Grade Math 4th grade math students are becoming more comfortable with math by this time. By the fourth grade, they have learned all of the basic operations and know how to use them. The 4th grade is a chance to consolidate and solidify that knowledge. You can see this in the topics of numbers, […]

Read more »## 3rd Grade Math

/3rd Grade Math In 3rd grade math, the study of the four basic operations, multiplication, division, additions, and subtraction, is completed. It’s an important milestone for students as they are really beginning to understand the world around them in all their subjects, including math. This is seen by examining what they should learn in the […]

Read more »## 2nd Grade Math

/2nd Grade Math During the second grade, 2nd grade math students are at transition phase. They are building on the very basic skills they have learned while taking on ever more complex math for their age. It’s a pivotal year for math and success in second grade math can make later years much easier. The […]

Read more »## First Grade Math

/First Grade Math First grade math is the beginning of the journey to math understanding. So much is learned in first grade math. Students learn how study math and that in and of itself is one of the most important lessons they can learn in math. They learn how to think and find answers. It’s […]

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