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# Maria's Math News

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*Maria's Math News* is my email newsletter for all of us who teach math – whether parents, teachers, tutors, or others. It was first published in 2006 under the name *Homeschool Math Newsletter*. On this page you can subscribe to the newsletter or to view the past volumes.

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A- October 2020: Addition & subtraction facts, games, divide decimals by decimals, the most important question to ask in math
- September 2020: MathFails, KenKen puzzles, the problem with word problems, safe distance applet, and more!
- May 2020: A fraction chart, the math game that's worth 1,000 worksheets, the impossible sum puzzle, A Kid's Guide to Saving: An Interactive Workbook, and just for fun!
- April 2020: Math games, free ebook, Dreambox, simulating disease with mathematics, and just for fun!
- March 2020: Math facts, sieve of Eratosthenes, teaching word problems, the equals sign, "How to Learn Math" course, and just for fun!
- February 2020: Math Mammoth testimonial, Factris game, addition & subtraction of fractions online practice, decimals problem, movement during math class, and "just for fun"!
- January 2020: A number talk, Deep Sea, number-grid game, mathematical art: afghans and origami, Two-Dice Sum game, and lots of "just for fun"!
- November 2019: Why are fractions so difficult, spiral multiplication game, Understanding the concept of division, digit disguises, inspirational video from a young mathematician, and just for fun
- October 2019: Where do I start?; NEW at Math Mammoth Practice; Listening to students' reasoning; Learn to recognize coins
- September 2019: Videos for Math Mammoth curriculum; telling time, elapsed time; multiplication games with dice; measurement misconceptions; just for fun
- May 2019: Mental math online practice, Thoughts on testing, Fraction Fill-In game, dice games
- March 2019: Online practice for addition & subtraction facts and for fact families; estimation; growth mindset; Fold & Cut video; You Tube, I Phone
- February 2019: Exponent rules, Toy Theater games, Infinity Tiles, Magic Crosses and Matador Dominoes puzzles
- January 2019: What's in the name "Math Mammoth", plus games, Game for factors and multiples, extra math materials, 2019 Mathematics Game, 😀 "Home School" "Word Problem" 😀
- November 2018: Preschool math with a 100-bead abacus; abacus and the concept of division; worksheets for the order of operations; perfect parent; a word problem with NO question...?!?!
- October 2018: An algebra word problem; mean, median, mode lesson; addition & subtraction facts, a question relating to tests, struggling with arithmetic
- September 2018: Find factors puzzles, TIP: don't assign all the exercises, a broken calculator game, and a NEW geometric shape!
- July 2018: Virtual manipulatives, unit chats, how mathematicians found primes in the past, paying kids to do math homework???
- May 2018: MM & spiraling, 100-chart for math facts, algebra curriculum, the most important skills at workplace
- April 2018: Attitude towards math, word problems, math symbols, algebra 1 resources
- March 2018: Multiplication dot cards, Once Through the Deck review game, more videos for 5th grade, study order for Blue series books
- February 2018: The different series of MM books, the largest prime to date, discontented with division, a beautiful puzzle
- January 2018: Light Blue series overview, missing numbers in addition, the order of multiplier & multiplicand, problem with pentagons, number sense for 7 × 9
- Volume 112, November 2017
- Volume 111, October 2017
- Volume 110, September 2017
- Volume 109, August 2017
- Volume 108, May 2017
- Volume 107, April 2017
- Volume 106, March 2017
- Volume 105, February 2017
- Volume 104, January 2017
- Volume 103, November 2016
- Volume 102, October 2016
- Volume 101, September 2016
- Volume 100, July 2016
- Volume 99, May 2016
- Volume 98, April 2016
- Volume 97, March 2016
- Volume 96, February 2016
- Volume 95, January 2016
- Volume 94, November 2015
- Volume 93, October 2015
- Volume 92, September 2015
- Volume 91, May 2015
- Volume 90, April 2015
- Volume 89, March 2015
- Volume 88, February 2015
- Volume 87, January 2015
- Volume 86, November 2014
- Volume 85, October 2014
- Volume 84, September 2014
- Volume 83, July 2014
- Volume 82, May 2014
- Volume 81, April 2014
- Volume 80, March 2014
- Volume 79, February 2014
- Volume 78, January 2014
- Volume 77, November 2013
- Volume 76, October 2013
- Volume 75, September 2013
- Volume 74, August 2013
- Volume 73, July 2013
- Volume 72, May 2013
- Volume 71, April 2013
- Volume 70, March 2013
- Volume 69, February 2013
- Volume 68, January 2013
- Volume 67, November 2012
- Volume 66, October 2012
- Volume 65, September 2012
- Volume 64, July 2012
- Volume 63, May 2012
- Volume 62, April 2012
- Volume 61, March 2012
- Volume 60, February 2012
- Volume 59, January 2012
- Volume 58, December 2011
- Volume 57, November 2011
- Volume 56, October 2011
- Volume 55, September 2011
- Volume 54, Summer 2011
- Volume 53, May 2011
- Volume 52, April 2011
- Volume 51, March 2011
- Volume 50, February 2011
- Volume 49, January 2011
- Volume 48, December 2010
- Volume 47, November 2010
- Volume 46, October 2010
- Volume 45, October 2010
- Volume 44, September 2010
- Volume 43, September 2010
- Volume 42, July 2010
- Volume 41, July 2010
- Volume 40, May-June 2010
- Volume 39, April 2010
- Volume 38, March 2010
- Volume 37, February 2010
- Volume 36, January 2010

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