# Common core math funny

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Common core math funny. Get inspired and try out new things.

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Common core math funny. Get inspired and try out new things.

Free and Funny Tax Day Ecard: I'm glad I learned about parallelograms instead of how to do taxes. It's really come in handy this parallelogram season. Create and send your own custom Tax Day ecard.

Problem 1: Don’t scroll down for the answer yet on how to solve this. Try to figure out the correct answer. Problem 1 solution: Get one of the values to 10 and then add the remaining number to get the total. So for example, you would say, “I have 8 … Continue reading Common Core’s Screwy Math →

Do you have parents questioning you on the methods taught related to Common Core? Get ideas on how you can be helping parents understand common core better.

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This photo was submitted by a parent. Her child is suffering with the age inappropriate, error and trick laden, too much, too soon, too fast, common core homework. This photo was shared on social m…

What's 5 x 3? How about 4 x 6? You might think those are simple questions, but a third grader had points taken off on an exam recently after giving the answers 15 and 24, respectively.

Today we are going to visit some 4th grade worksheets. Let's see if you can figure out how to do them. First we have division using Base 10 which is a favorite strategy for Common Core. Anyone understand what or how this works? Our next worksheet comes with two issues. First, where in the directions does it say to use pictures. Secondly, what kind of pictures are the students supposed to use? What is it with Common Core and writing and explaining? This is math. The answer should be a number.

Funny math jokes for kids will become favorites around the math-loving crowd! Do you know how to make one vanish? Add a "g" and it's gone...