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{DIY Chalk Blocks} Oh the equation possibilities!

Lots of great math notebook ideas (pinning to look at later)

I've got a foldable for that!: Math Important Book

math dictionary - great ideas of how to visually show math definitions

Common core printables - review worksheets, help sheets

FREE.......Common Core Sheets

Practice 1-12 times table on one worksheet

Shut the Box - Paper and pencil version of double shutter

Could use this with binomials?........like how it holds the place value........

Exponents

Request to Retest. Love it!

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.) - use with Xander for multiplication

Bedtime math problem - incorporating math problems into your bedtime story routine

LCM & GCF Indian Method

Multiplication - demo pre-algebra?

Slope guy...How awesome is this?!

Fraction, decimal, percent triangle - Love it!

Geometry Bingo is a great tool for discussing and reinforcing geometric concepts in a fun and engaging way.The file comes with 6 card templates, ...

FREE Geometry BINGO! Especially for Consecutive, Corresponding, CI, CE, Linear Pairs.... FUN FUN

globe, latitude, longitude

median mode mean range - LOVE THIS!!!!

English language version - multiplication website

number-bonds-preview

Direct Variation This chart simplifies the idea. Then this year I was talking with another teacher who wondered why we call the rate of change "k" in a direct variation and then "m" in the next chapter for linear equations.  Duh..why didn't I think of this?  For a kid that is already confused with math and using letters, we shouldn't be changing up letters like that when it's really the same idea.  So I nixed the k this year and just stuck with y = mx as the equation