# Middle school math teacher

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Middle school math teacher. Get inspired and try out new things.

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Middle school math teacher. Get inspired and try out new things.

Planning the first day of school can be stressful! Learn my 3 favorite activities that will allow you to have the perfect first day of middle school math!

I develop curriculum for middle school math. I focus on using critical-thinking skills in my content so the math makes sense to the students.

If you are looking to add some fun math review to your middle school classroom, math games are the perfect fit. These versatile activities can be used in small math groups, math centers, math workshop, as review math games, or as a teacher vs. class game. Since I have spent so much time creating gam

As a middle school math teacher, you know firsthand how important it is to create a consistent set of expectations for students in your math classroom. Click the link for great tips on how to create and establish a positive structure and workable schedule in your math classroom!

As a teacher, there is so much to do when it comes to setting up the classroom, that it is hard to know where to start! Over the course of my first six years of teaching middle school math, a few of these classroom projects have become staples in my classroom. In this post, I plan to share a few of these ideas. (1) Assignment Notebook Board The first thing my middle school students do (or should be doing!) when they come to class is fill out their assignment notebooks. With some ruler tape…

Check out these 10 tips on how to combat student apathy in middle school math. Teaching middle school math is an uphill battle with many apathetic students. These tips work great for your secondary math students. Also includes a printable of a growth mindset resource for your middle school math students.

Looking for a fun review activity for your high school math or middle school math class? Your students will love this one. They solve problems in order to choose a raffle number. At the end, the teacher selects a number at random. The student that selected that number is the winner. Students love it because they get to move around. Teachers love it because students are working together and even the slowest students can be winners. #mathgame #mathactivities #precalculus #calculus #algebra

I started putting together these math joke of the week posters at the end of last school year. I'm super excited about how it turned out. I put the finishing

It's tough when your middle school math period is short! This blog post has some tips for making the most of your 40-minute math class - using your time effectively and efficiently! #math