[Reposted from Alexandra O Fradkin’s blog Musings of a Mathematical Mom; listed in reverse chronological order]

## Witnessing the woes of math homework

## Highlights of 2017

## Discovering the area of a trapezoid

## “Math you can play” – books with games

## Isometric graph paper and 3D pictures

## Fun with pentacubes

## Funville Adventures launched!

## Counting crocodile legs

## Drawing heads, tails, knees, and toes – useful?

## Counting beads

## Playing Broken Telephone

## A figure with pointy things and a line, a line, and a line

## Protecting against magic

## Skip counting or word skipping?

## Numicon – combining geometry and arithmetic

## Discussing the meaning of “almost” with an 8 year old

## From math-hater to mathematician and computer scientist: The story of Allison Bishop

## A number talk that turned into an investigation

## Funville Adventures live on Kickstarter!

## Logical Fun, Part II

## Get ready for Funville Adventures!

## Games with the multiplication table

## Logical Fun, Part I

## Arithmetic games – is that boring?

## Playing with symmetry in kindergarten

## The joys of peas and toothpicks for all ages!

## Math enrichment – what is the value?

## 3-digit numbers are tricky! Part II

## Entertaining kindergartners with caterpillars, dots, and monsters

## 3-digit numbers are tricky!

## Games with tanks and mirror books

## Measuring everything in sight!

## Functions in Kindergarten – A favorite

## Avoid Hard Work! – A book for problem-solvers of all levels (toddler to mathematician)

## Lots of fun with Tiny Polka Dot

## Conservation of fingers and toes

## Dots in a Square from Math Without Words

## Double perfect squares

## Four colors or more?

## The Piaget Phenomenon

## Time, symmetry, and unexpected turns

## Why not count on our fingers?

## Fibonacci Trees

## Numbers on a Line