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# Math teaching ideas

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The Tulip Teacher
Jillian Starr
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Briana Beverly
2 Truths and a Lie I love this idea for math!
Kathy | PreAlgebra Teachers I Middle School Math & Math Resources
Give students a detailed study plan with these multiplication fact bookmarks! These activities will allow students to learn multiplication facts while developing number sense!
Travelicious Teacher | VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS. ESL ACTIVITIES.
ELA and math mini charts! The perfect size charts, for use in those Target Dollar Spot adhesive labels or on ringlets. Easily individualize student learning by giving them charts that they need, or allowing them to take the charts that they need!
Charley's Classroom
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Rounding can be a challenging skill. Help your students better understand rounding, to the nearest 10 and 100, using interactive number lines, hands-on rounding activities, games and independent practice.
The Place Value is Right | Taylor Made to Teach
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I can’t take any credit for this one, but I had to share. I recently stumbled upon this gem of a review game. My 7th graders have been learning how to solve one and two step equations. Solving equations can be difficult for some students. Practice, practice and more practice helps! And who doesn’t like …
Cup Stacking Mean, Median, Mode, and Range... includes a FREE recording sheet! by Craziness in Fifth
Charla Walker
Winter vacation is over and teachers are taking on the challenge of engaging students and getting them refocused and thinking mathematically again. Many teachers utilize engaging activities to kickstart the new year and get their kids excited about learning math. So, in the spirit of get
Challenge your students to improve their higher-order thinking skills with these mystery theme grid logic puzzles! #TeacherGems
Winter vacation is over and teachers are taking on the challenge of engaging students and getting them refocused and thinking mathematically again. Many teachers utilize engaging activities to kickstart the new year and get their kids excited about learning math. So, in the spirit of get
An Apple For The Teacher: My Students are Kicking Their Math Facts (And Learning Them Too)! Contest and Freebie Too!
Fun idea for factors and multiples
An Upper Elementary Collaborative blog written by 13 teachers. Includes teaching ideas and resources for grades 3, 4, and 5.
The favorite family game has been altered to be played so that kids can practice their multiplication fact fluency! These sheets can be printed and laminated for permanent use. Perfect for partners to play during a Math Workshop.
Nicholas Reitz