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MissMathDork: middle school math made FUN!: Monday Made It - math resource portfolios, a quick "quiet" trick, and a popcorn bar?!!

MissMathDork: middle school math made FUN!: Monday Made It - math resource portfolios, a quick "quiet" trick, and a popcorn bar?!!

Lines can be confusing. The best way to learn them are visuals!

Student made examples of lines, segments, rays, etc. using toothpicks and sticky dots/post-it notes

Super smart way to teach finding the GCF and perhaps the LCM of #s..,

Ramblings of a fifth and sixth grade teacher.: Common Core Math Training Using a Venn diagram to teach GCF is a great way to visually see the results. It's a good tool especially for visual learners.

I’m always looking for good number of the day routines, and I found one on my own campus!  One of my sweet 3rd grade teachers gave me the idea for this one.  It covers a variety of number skills, and she plans on using the day in school as the number of the day.  In …

Another Day, Another Number

I like the idea of this, but would need to adapt for first grade.

Math thinking maps - Like a freyer model and a circle map combined - Would be great with vocabulary.

Great way to reinforce Place Value on your walls - Singapore Math- LOVE THIS! We have been doing number bonds in math the past few weeks!

Man, I wish I had real walls in my classroom! Great way to reinforce Place Value on your walls - Singapore Math- LOVE THIS! We have been doing number bonds in math the past few weeks!

Chutes and ladders for multiplication and division! Or could use adding and subtracting too!

Grade Gridiron: Slides and Ladders multiplication game. The link to this is dead but I think it could be easily replicated.

SO many great resources here on this ES teacher's site. Fun stories to bring together multiplication facts and literacy, videos to use music to teach math, and more science and math resources!

fun math poems for elementary school math! Also math poetry, math music videos, math songs, math problems, and math stories.

Blog post...when students forget they are doing math! Great problem solving experiences are SO important for students!

"This isn't math!"

This website is a good resource for non-traditional math tasks. I would use these to develop critical thinking and discussion skills as well as math concepts.

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