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- Jul 15, 2016
Excel Math Projectable Lessons are now available as downloads as well as on CDs. No need to wait and no shipping costs when you order the Download. Plus you only need one per grade level for each school site. A great way for the whole class to focus together on the lesson of the day. Check it out! https://excelmath.myshopify.com/collections/p...
- Jul 11, 2016
Celebrate Math 2.0 Day with the combination of math and technology. Check out our Excel Math Projectable Lessons to display the lesson of the day onto a smartboard, white board or wall. Learn more: http://excelmath.com/newproduct.html
- Jul 8, 2016
It's a great day for some refreshing ice cream. Celebrate National Ice Cream Day with a double scoop or whatever your favorite topping may be! And then head on over to our web store for affordable and easy-to-use math lessons http://excelmath.myshopify.com/
- Jul 7, 2016
Your students will shine with Excel Math proven lessons for Grades K - 6. Check out our samples: http://excelmath.com/downloads/sample_lessons...
- Jun 29, 2016
Congratulations, Graduates! Wishing you the wisdom to step into this next phase of your journey with confidence, perseverance and humility. http://excelmath.myshopify.com/
- Jun 21, 2016
It's the first day of summer! Awesome. Have a great break.
- Jun 20, 2016
Happy Father's Day to all of our favorite dads and grandads! Enjoy your day.
- Jun 19, 2016
Flag Day is June 14. Can you (or your students) find anything unique about this picture? Our 94-year-old friend Bob wants to see just how observant you are. Did you guess it? How many stars are on this flag? (Not 50!) Two of our current states were not yet part of our United States at the time this flag was created. Do you know which two?
- Jun 13, 2016
Did you notice anything unique about the date today? Today's date is 6102016, which can be read the same forward or backward. There are 38 palindrome dates in the 21st Century, in this 7- or 8-digit month/day/year date format (xx-xx-xxxx), as calculated by Aziz Inan, an electrical engineering professor at the University of Portland. Using a 5-digit format (x-xx-xx), all the dates from 6-10-16 to 6-19-16 are also palindromes!
- Jun 10, 2016
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