# Math

Here is a Bright Idea blog post about how I implemented Guided Math and Math Stations into my math block. Some great ideas and lots of pics too!

### Simply Skilled in Second: Guided Math and Math Stations

Nyla's Crafty Teaching: Fractions that you can read. There were made by a Silhouette #math

### Nyla's Crafty Teaching: Another Look at Fractions

Math activities including Division with Remainders game freebie from Laura Candler

### Teaching With a Mountain View: Math Quicks!

Check out this AMAZING fun and totally educational learning experience about angles! I bet the students absolutely LOVED it!

### Create, Teach, and Share: Math Meets Astronomy in Room 309

Teaching factors with the t-chart.

### T-Chart Factors

Using pipe cleaner and coffee stirrer to help measure with a protractor. 06MTR14LC01

Lots of great sites to use for Measurement unit

### technology rocks. seriously.: Measurement

Dynamic Data Game freebie

### Laura Candler's Graphing & Statistics File Cabinet

Go Fish! Fraction, decimals and percents matched up

Crewton Ramone's Blog of Math: Long Division With Base Ten Blocks

Adding and Subtracting Decimals--great song/video--corny, too. I'm showing it tomorrow

multiplication-open-arrays

DIY Transparent Ruler - instructions and free template

Using pizza Play-Doh to compare fractions - worked great on white boards, and we found out that protractors make great pizza cutters!

When Differentiation Feels Impossible (Blog Post): The challenges of differentiating in the math classroom are many!

The post also includes a video! Great way to teach 5th Graders how to convert measurements

PowerPoint that teaches Decimal Place Value, including expanded form, comparing, and powers of 10! (5th Grade Common Core)

Charts and diagrams to help students deeply understand operations with fractions. Click the image to see different charts with explanations.

Here is a collection of 12 different fraction spinners that are great and simple to use in replace of dice when playing math games. www.mathfilefolde... FREE #Fractions

Here's a nice journal idea for comparing decimals and understanding the use of zero.

Use a T-Chart to keep track of factors. A great visual tool.