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Between 2 Numbers - Comparing two values using prompts that will get kids thinking

Clothesline Math - All you need is a little bit of string, some paper, and a pen. The rest is all conversational

Counting Circles - A way to have quick and meaningful math-based conversations

Daily Desmos - How do you create that graph? Check out the challenges and try them for yourself

Estimation 180 - Put those estimation skills to the test with over 240 prompts

Fraction Talks - The F word of math can be fun; take a look at all of these examples

Graphing Stories - What should the graph look like? Take a peek here, and stay for the discussion

Math Arguments 180 - Plenty more than 180 prompts that incorporate math into the argument

Math For Young Entrepreneurs - Head here if you want some fun games and activities to try at home

Math Mistakes - Want mistakes? There is an unending supply of them in here

Math Riddles - Find one, try one, and get a good kick out of it

Math Talks - Some are simple, some are complex, but all are centered around talking about mathematics

Math Visuals - Oftentimes, the best way to understand a problem is to see it

More Math Games - A list of games you and your child can play at almost any level

Open Middle - What if I took the middle of the problem away and let you create something of your own?

Play With Your Math - Fun math challenges for learners of almost any age

Same or Different? - What's the same about these? What is different? Check it out in here

SolveMe Mobiles - Mobiles aren't just for cribs anymore; these ones are all here to help us with math

Talking Math With Kids - In general, talking math with your kids is going to help; here is a good place to start

Visual Patterns - Math helps us understand patterns, and this site has plenty of them

Which One Doesn’t Belong? - There are four objects in the group; which one of them doesn't belong?

Would You Rather? - Here are some options; which is the better one and, more importantly, why?

YouCubed - Hey, it's good to read the research behind what we're doing (and a whole lot more)

Clothesline Math - All you need is a little bit of string, some paper, and a pen. The rest is all conversational

Counting Circles - A way to have quick and meaningful math-based conversations

Daily Desmos - How do you create that graph? Check out the challenges and try them for yourself

Estimation 180 - Put those estimation skills to the test with over 240 prompts

Fraction Talks - The F word of math can be fun; take a look at all of these examples

Graphing Stories - What should the graph look like? Take a peek here, and stay for the discussion

Math Arguments 180 - Plenty more than 180 prompts that incorporate math into the argument

Math For Young Entrepreneurs - Head here if you want some fun games and activities to try at home

Math Mistakes - Want mistakes? There is an unending supply of them in here

Math Riddles - Find one, try one, and get a good kick out of it

Math Talks - Some are simple, some are complex, but all are centered around talking about mathematics

Math Visuals - Oftentimes, the best way to understand a problem is to see it

More Math Games - A list of games you and your child can play at almost any level

Open Middle - What if I took the middle of the problem away and let you create something of your own?

Play With Your Math - Fun math challenges for learners of almost any age

Same or Different? - What's the same about these? What is different? Check it out in here

SolveMe Mobiles - Mobiles aren't just for cribs anymore; these ones are all here to help us with math

Talking Math With Kids - In general, talking math with your kids is going to help; here is a good place to start

Visual Patterns - Math helps us understand patterns, and this site has plenty of them

Which One Doesn’t Belong? - There are four objects in the group; which one of them doesn't belong?

Would You Rather? - Here are some options; which is the better one and, more importantly, why?

YouCubed - Hey, it's good to read the research behind what we're doing (and a whole lot more)