Math Problem Solving
Teaching resources, freebies, printables, and blog posts about math problem solving for elementary students.
Did you know that there are THREE ways to define a trapezoid? If you're not sure which definition you're supposed to be teaching, check out this blog post from Laura Candler! You'll learn strategies for teaching kids to classify trapezoids, and the post includes a sorting freebie as well as links to additional hands-on resources for classifying quadrilaterals.
Are you using math stations or math centers in your classroom? If not, Laura Candler's Math Stations ebook is your guide to getting started! If you're already using math centers, this book is a great resource for hands-on activities and math games. You can even customize the activities by using the PowerPoint or Publisher templates to create your own math problem task cards! $
What if kids actually loved solving word problems? Teachers who use the Daily Math Puzzlers find that this problem-solving program boosts their students' confidence and their math scores skyrocket as well! Four levels make it easy to differentiate; visit this page on Teaching Resources to learn more and download a set of free problem solving assessments! #WordProblems #ProblemSolving #MathWordProblems #WordProblemPrintables #DailyMath #LauraCandler #MathProblemSolving #WordProblemPractice
ALGEBRA ACTIVITIES - HOLIDAY MATH ACTIVITIES - HIGH SCHOOL - HIGH SCHOOL MATH - MATH LESSONS - SUB PLANs - he week before and of Winter Break can be stressful because of all the things going on. Exam, End of the Grading Period, End of the Semester, Holiday Related Distractions, the list goes on...Click now to start planning this fun lesson and free math worksheets #algebra2coach #algebra #highschool #highschoolmath #subplans #teacherhacks #teachingmath #mathworksheets
Cooperative learning is an excellent instructional tool, but students need independent work time first in order to grow confidence with content. Learn how this cooperative math problem solving system works so that you can try it out in your next math lesson! #cooperativelearning #problemsolving #math #mathematics #upperelementary
Did you know there are 3 ways to define a trapezoid? No matter which definition you use, this free Sorting Tricky Trapezoids lesson will help your kids master trapezoid classification! Freebie includes a printable hands-on activity plus a Google Classroom sorting activity for additional practice.
Teach your students how to classify tricky quadrilaterals using the hands-on lessons, activities, and games in Classify It! This ready-to-use resource from Laura Candler includes a lesson, a sorting activity, a challenging (but fun!) math game, and two quizzes that will help your students master quadrilateral classification!