# Together, we can help every math student shine!

## Hi there- I am Tricia,

##### I’m a Math Specialist who is passionate about creating simple and fun differentiated resources for elementary students. I was DESTINED to be a teacher.

I believe the great TRIFECTA in teaching math SUCCESSFULLY to your students is

- Scaffolding and Differentiation
- Math Fact Fluency
- Amazing Parent Communication

The end result? Confident mathematicians who believe in themselves and aren’t afraid to TRY ANYTHING!

I love that through Count on Tricia, I am able to help teachers support their students and make a positive impact worldwide. As sappy as that sounds, it is 100% true!

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## Winter Math Fact Resources for the Elementary Classroom with a FREEBIE

As winter blankets us in a layer of frosty magic, let’s take a moment to talk about something equally enchanting—MATH! Yep, you read it right—math can be as DELIGHTFUL as a snow day with the right approach. We all know the importance of Mastering Math Facts, and what better way to do it than with…

## Halloween Multiplication Resources – Great Fun for October!

Get ready, because I’ve got a Spooktacular Treat for all you 3rd Grade, 4th Grade and 5th Grade Teachers out there! As the leaves change color and the air gets crisp, I can’t help but get excited about all the fun and learning that Halloween brings, both at home and in the classroom. One of…

## Measurement Conversion for Upper Elementary Students

Conquer Measurement Conversion with Confidence Picture this: your upper elementary students faced with the challenges of measurement conversion. It’s a tricky concept, no doubt! Whether you’re navigating the world of customary measurements, metric conversions, or a bit of both, one thing’s for sure—practice makes perfect! Having cheat sheets of conversion formulas and patterns…

## Winter Math Fact Resources for the Elementary Classroom with a FREEBIE

As winter blankets us in a layer of frosty magic, let’s take a moment to talk about something equally enchanting—MATH! Yep, you read it right—math can be as DELIGHTFUL as a snow day with the right approach. We all know the importance of Mastering Math Facts, and what better way to do it than with…

## Halloween Multiplication Resources – Great Fun for October!

Get ready, because I’ve got a Spooktacular Treat for all you 3rd Grade, 4th Grade and 5th Grade Teachers out there! As the leaves change color and the air gets crisp, I can’t help but get excited about all the fun and learning that Halloween brings, both at home and in the classroom. One of…

## Thanksgiving Math FREE Fun to Entice Your Third Grade Math or Fourth Grade Math Students

Gobble! Gobble! It is almost Turkey Time. That means it is time to integrate THANKSGIVING FUN with math. The days leading up to the holiday can busy and hectic. Why not take that time to brush up on multiplication facts. Knowing multiplication math facts fluently and with instant recall is crucial for several…

## Division Facts Practice for 3rd & 4th Grade

Division Fact Practice for Fun and Creative Minds “Why did the student wear glasses in math class?” To improve di-vision! Ba Dum Tss! Unfortunately most kids do not find division facts practice a laughing matter. In fact many struggle to understand the concept and hold onto basic fast answers. Instant recall and mastering division facts…

## Two Digit Multiplication Activities Your Students Will Love

I remember the days of attempting to teach my fourth and fifth-grade students to multiply 2×1 and 2×2 digit numbers. They were struggling to grasp the concept and I felt completely overwhelmed. Two-digit multiplication can just be hard! After lots of planning and trial and error, I feel like I’ve finally found the perfect two digit…

## 5 Easy Ways to Build Math Fact Fluency with 3rd, 4th and 5th Graders

We all know the first floor of a house has to be solid before you start building the second floor. (No squeaks or shaky ceilings in my house, please!) The same goes for 3rd, 4th, and 5th-grade math students. They need to build a solid foundation in mental math before they can add start working…