This Math for Kids video teaches the 'plus sevens.' Using flash cards, this video is for preschool, kindergarten and grade school children as they begin to learn about math. (04:35)

From YouTube, produced by Sockhead Smith and Freddy Shoehorn

Download the complete multiplication album "Multiplication Jukebox" at http://www.sockheadsmith.com/wordpress to support children's songwriting! Enjoy Freddy...

Baby Dragon helps some third graders by showing them his timeline project. The timeline project encourages kids to do "timeline math".Students have to use math from Baby Dragon's timeline to answer certain questions. (11:58)

This video features adding and subtracting using primarily single-digit numbers, however 10, 11, and 12 are used, as well. The numbers are easy to see on the screen. A child's voice narrates the video. (08:29)

The Math Cheerleaders present some songs and cheers about fractions, geometry, and measurement. The cheers are catchy and will help kids memorize math concepts while having fun. This is a great resource to help students master these important skills.... (10:23)[more]

A third grade teacher sings about key words and numbers. These songs help kids learn to count by numbers 2-12. These songs also help kids recognize important key words in math problems. She covers doubles, even, odd, quotient, word problems, counting... quarters, place value, etc. This is a great resource to reinforce math concepts taught in the elementary classroom. (7:31)[more]

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