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Alegbra help math relentlessly fun deceptively educational homework help multiplying and dividing fractions algebra math solver . Dividing Fractions, Math Fractions, Math Math, Learning Fractions, Equivalent Fractions, Ordering Fractions, Ks2 Maths, Adding Fractions, Multiplication Strategies

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Our 10 year old was given the opportunity to do sixth grade math in fifth grade. We were psyched that he was going to be challenged more in his favorite subject. The program is pretty much self-taught

LOVE this idea for teaching translating expressions into words.post different expressions around room, give each group diff color marker and have them write unique translations for each. Genius way to make this lesson more fun! Literacy in mathematics Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Supplies, Algebra Activities, Maths Algebra, Ks3 Maths

Translating Walk-About Activity

Now that it's halfway through summer, I've started looking back at my September files to see if I could tweak anything for next year. I came across this walk-about activity I do with my students to practice translating and just had to share it! I know many of you also teach this topic during your first unit. There are 9 expressions/equations/inequalities that you post around the room. These are the ones that I use: n – 11 2n + 6 n/-3 + 7 -5n – 1 3(n + 7) = 2 n/2 – 6 = 8 9n + 1 = n – 4 n ≥ 18…

Prime and Composite Numbers. Get a deck of number cards to Have the tutee separate them by prime and composite. Then have a talk if any need to be moved from one side of the other, with the tutee explaining why. Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Games, Prime And Composite Numbers, Prime Numbers, Fifth Grade Math, Fourth Grade, Third Grade

Prime and Composite Numbers

Our math class was SO much fun today!!! So fun I thought it just may be "bloggable". ;) We start out our day with 15 minutes of skill drill (every day) - we're still drilling those multiplication facts - but to keep them engaged, I try to keep it as fun as possible. Right now we're using my Multiplication Tic Tac Toe for the smartboard - the kids are loving it. I divide the class into two groups (grade 5 and grade 6) and they work out the solutions on their whiteboards before answering. They…

Math = Love: Translating Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities Interactive… I do love algebra! Middle School Classroom, Math Classroom, High School, Classroom Setup, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Math Teacher, Teaching Math, Math Expressions

Translating Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities Interactive Notebook Pages

Math = Love: Translating Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities Interactive…

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World’s Fastest Mental Math Method

High Speed Vedic Mathematics is a super fast way of calculation whereby you can do supposedly complex calculations like 998 x 997 in less than five seconds flat. This makes it the World's Fastest Mental Math Method.It is highly benefi

Keep this handy prompt around while grading math assignments to help you encourage students to examine their process and find independent solutions. Primary Teaching, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Primary Education, Primary Maths Games, School Resources, Math Resources, Ks2 Classroom, Maths Classroom Displays

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Keep this handy prompt around while grading math assignments to help you encourage students to examine their process and find independent solutions. #Math #Grading #Teacher #Independence

We could simplify these for younger grades. Order of Operation practice sticks. All positive numbers. Algebra Activities, Math Resources, Teaching Math, Math Worksheets, Sixth Grade Math, 8th Grade Math Games, Order Of Operations, Math Intervention, Math Projects

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Order of Operation practice sticks. All positive numbers. 6th & 7th grades. More

In this Powerpoint, students look at famous works of art and discuss how many/types of angles they see. Great introduction to angle work and motivates students to find geometry in the world! Now included is a graphic organizer to help students analyze an Creative Teaching, Teaching Art, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Materials, Middle School Art, Art School, 4th Grade Art, Third Grade, Fourth Grade

In this Powerpoint, students look at famous works of art and discuss how many/types of angles they see. Great introduction to angle work and motivates students to find geometry in the world! Now included is a graphic organizer to help students analyze and reflect on the art, as well as directions to create their own Angle Art Project!

Tackling multi-digit subtraction with regrouping can be a challenge, so repetition is key. Get on track with this worksheet: with over 40 three-digit subtraction problems, it's packed with practice. Homeschool Worksheets, Homeschool Math, Math Resources, Grade 3 Math Worksheets, Rounding Worksheets, Kids Worksheets, Second Grade Math, 4th Grade Math, Subtraction With Regrouping Worksheets

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With over 40 three-digit subtraction problems, this worksheet is packed with extra practice.

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5 Powerful Ways to Help Kids Develop a Growth Mindset in Mathematics

“I’m just not good at math. I’m not a math person. I wasn’t born with the math gene.” Unfortunately, as a math educator, these phrases are all too familiar to me. Kids go through school and life being bombarded with messages that imply some people are good at math and some people aren’t. How can you help kids develop a growth mindset in math? Here are some practical ideas to get you started.