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This is what I’m gonna leave to my grandchildren.

We Learned These Tricks at School, and They Still Work

This is what I’m gonna leave to my grandchildren.

Divisibility Rules: These divisibility rules printable posters will be perfect for your math classroom. You will receive 4 color versions of this poster to match your classroom decor!

Number Theory Divisibility Rules Math Posters 4x5, 8x10 or 16x20

These printable divisibility rules posters may be used as anchor charts in your math centers or stations.Students may color the smaller black and white versions (4 per page) and place them their math journals or interactive notebooks.You will receive 1 printable divisibility rules poster with 4 diff...

Stacey Lloyd (@stacey.lloyd) posted on Instagram • Jun 24, 2018 at 2:52pm UTC

917 Likes, 4 Comments - Stacey Lloyd (@stacey.lloyd) on Instagram: “Ok. If you don’t know who @missbertels_ is, where have you been?! 😆 Seriously. She is an IG teacher…”

Solid 3D Shapes Worksheets

Try these printable 3D shapes worksheets featuring exercises to recognize, compare and analyze the solid shapes and its properties.

*FREE* Conic Section Posters

Conic Sections (Circle, Ellipse, Hyperbola, Parabola) - Wall Posters

*FREE* Conic Section Posters

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Pi Coasters - CafePress

Browse through 1000s of Pi Coasters for your Beer, Coffee, & all other drink beverages for your home or bar. Many designs to chose from; novelty, decorative, artistic & more.

Holiday Ornaments...solving Systems of Equations

Christmas Algebra: Graphing Systems of Equations 3D Ornaments

Holiday Ornaments...solving Systems of Equations

I live in California and not the mountainous part of California, so I don't actually see snowflakes. Still, we like to imagine our sn...

Math Mondays: Tis the Season for Snowflakes.

I live in California and not the mountainous part of California, so I don't actually see snowflakes. Still, we like to imagine our sn...

Introducing Quadratic Factoring with Conspiracy Theory in Special Ed Algebra 2

Introducing Quadratic Factoring with Conspiracy Theory in Special Ed Algebra 2

This year, my Algebra 2 class of all boys and 1 girl is obsessed with conspiracy theories. Any chance they get, they start talking about them. Since we started our factoring unit right before the holiday break, I needed a hook. I put this on the board and asked, "If you were a conspiracy theorist, what connection might there be between the 3, 5, 8 and 15?" They got the connection between the numbers almost immediately. We then moved on to a quick intro to factoring powerpoint with personal…