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Teaching math can be challenging! I'm pinning resources that make math easy and fun. You'll find what you need to keep your students engaged and challenged…
Math history's 10 greatest moments! These history tidbits make a great way to engage math students and create cross-curricular learning. 1: Zero 2: A Written Counting System 3: The Development of Inquiry 4: Pythagorean Theorem 5: Euclid 6: Primes and GIMPS 7: Isaac Barrow and Nonviolent Differentiation 8: Infinity 9: Enigma 10: Avoiding Catastrophe with Chaos #mathhistory
Learning to tell time in a digital age is challenging. Give your students the practice they need with this engaging resource that offers a variety of practice. Both print and digital resources are included. Use the printable task cards to work with a small RtI group while the rest of the class uses the digital task cards to practice independently.
Looking for engaging math games for your math centers to practice multiple step problem solving and a wide range of standards? This bundle of math games includes games and activities for higher level thinking & math problem solving. All sets come as print & digital versions! They're a great way keep your students engaged each month with seasonal & holiday games. Click the pin to check out all the math topics covered in this extensive bundle!
Finding time to implement critical thinking activities in the classroom can feel like one more thing to do. In this post, I share how to use a math Boggle board to build students’ critical thinking skills and create bulletin boards designed for learning. Math Boggle boards are math puzzles that challenge students to create number sentences with numbers that are touching in some way. Students earn points for the variety in their sentences. Download a free printable and digital activity.
This match up activity is a fun way for your 3rd or 4th grade students to practice adding and subtracting. While solving a word problem, your kids will match 4 different representations of the same addition or subtraction equation. Geometric shapes help students match sets with this higher level thinking task card game. Perfect for small groups, early finishers, guided math, partner work. Three student work pages for differentiation. #addition, #subtraction, #problemsolving, #third, #fourth
This project is great for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders to learn about a budget. Being on a budget is important for student's to understand. Teach your class about budgeting by planning a vacation. This is a research activity that will last several class periods. Students will brainstorm, plan, write & present! #mathproject #budgetingskills
Let’s take the mystery out of math talk! Getting started using math talk in the classroom is quick and easy with these five math talk routines for your upper elementary and middle grades students. The first routine is my absolute favorite and is always a great learning experience for the class. This post includes directions for using each routine, as well as, free resources and websites to get your routines underway. #RouttyMath