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Division without Dividing?!?!?! Why didn't I know this in 4th grade!!!

The 4th Grade May-niacs: Division without Dividing???

Use a pipe cleaner threaded through a straw to teach angles by letting kids manipulate it. There is no other information on this at the link, but I think you get the idea!

Marking the degrees that a door can open is a great visual (image only)

HUB — ABC Art Basics for children

Math Coach's Corner: Workstations, Not Worksheets!

Math Coach's Corner: Workstations, Not Worksheets!

This can be used in my future middle school or even high school classroom. To this day, I still use a variation of this method to solve math problems, so it can be extremely useful for my students as well.

The Paper Maid: Touch Math Review

The Paper Maid: Touch Math Review

Math Coachs Corner: Using Area Models for Multiplication, Perimeter, and Area

OMG! I need to make one for 5th graders! The 4th Grade May-niacs: Math Review Folder

The 4th Grade May-niacs: Math Review Folder

Combining like terms-7th Grade Math INB - Melissa Harris - Picasa Web Albums

Picasa Web Albums - Melissa Harris - 7th Grade Mat...

The Classroom Key: Part-Part-Whole Anchor chart

The Classroom Key: Part-Part-Whole

When taking notes for any class leave a few pages in front of the book for a table of contents for easy to find access when it's time to look things up and study for finals and tests. Also tabs would work well too.

Math Key Word Posters FREEBIE!

Math Key Word Posters FREEBIE!

Rates and Percents Stations! Get your students out of their desks and up and moving by disguising a worksheet as stations! Students will move around the room solving twenty questions about ratios, unit rates, finding percents of numbers, discounts, and sale prices. Directions for suggested use, 21 station cards, student answer sheet, and answer key provided. Five anchor activities related to the topic are included on the 21st station card for early finishers who need a challenge.

Rates and Percents Stations

The Teacher Who Hated Math: Rates and Ratios Intro Ratios, Rates, and Unit Rates. Great idea for "nesting" vocabulary words

The Teacher Who Hated Math: Rates and Ratios Intro

Free-LEGO Ratios makes a great introductory lesson for teaching ratios. Inside you'll find two complete worksheets focusing on finding ratio, a ratio table, and a math station.


idea to show kids the difference

Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: A Peek at My Week + Skittles!

Teaching Math With Legos

Algebra Help. Plug in an equation it will tell you how to figure out the answer. Could be a life saver

Algebra.Help -- Calculators, Lessons, and Worksheets

Would you like a complete set of Bell Ringers for Algebra 2 (over 350 problems) for the upcoming school year? Here you go.

PEMDAS - Order of Operations Video/Song. GREAT (and very catchy) way to teach the Order of Operations. Not corny or babyish so they'll listen. 06FGFL14CP01