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2. Exponent rulesFor high school math teachers & parents... you might be interested in this printable activity concerning the RULES FOR EXPONENTS. It allows students to explore the rules, and possibly try to figure out some of them themselves.Such "discovery approach" is not always the best, but in some instances it can be very fruitful, because the students will then remember and understand the concepts much better. 
3. Toy TheaterToy Theater has math games for grades K2 (Some for third grade as well)! Lots of online games for various math topics: 
4. Infinity tilesQuote from the author of these fascinating tiles:I challenged my kids with this simple math game the other day and each of them tried to show me how wrong I was... only they couldn't! 
5. Two puzzlesOften, we tend to just scurry through our math curriculum, with the thought first and foremost that "We have to be able to finish this and get through this."In this approach, children do learn the basics, but math is more than that. I feel that if at all possible, it's good to include some puzzles and challenging problems every once in a while. To that end, I'm including here two different puzzles.
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