copy this and put in homework folder
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M for multiply, A for add, and D for denominator. Then, using the example, walk students through each step: multiply the whole number by the denominator, add the numerator, and keep the denominator the same. When they forget, all you have to say is “Make it MAD!” math, students, school, numbers, fractions, teacher tips, improp fraction, mix number, kid
M for multiply, A for add, and D for denominator. Then, using the example, walk students through each step: multiply the whole number by the denominator, add the numerator, and keep the denominator the same. When they forget, all you have to say is “Make it MAD!”
"As a whole I am" fraction introduction project. For younger kids you can make them into bodies, but this was best for middle school students! fraction introduct, classroom introduction, teacher introduction, fractions introduction, introducing you as a teacher, fractions projects, fractions middle school, fraction project, introduct project
"As a whole I am" fraction introduction project. Great for introducing fractions!
Exponent foldables...perfect for when my kids get to this!
Equivalent fractions using a multiplication chart. BRILLIANT!! No one ever showed me this in school!
Mrs. Fox's has flipped her math lessons! She has put an amazing amount of work into creating lessons for her students to watch as their homework each night. I love this idea.
Flips and Turns I could use this on my reflection translation rotation lesson
Making a colonial quilt using fractions, area, and symmetry.
5th Grade Math Journals, Activities, Vocabulary aligned with Common Core. Ideas for Math Centers.
FREE: Math tub idea: Get two ice trays from the dollar spot at Target, write 2-digit numbers on white labels for each hole, and kids toss a cube in each tray and add numbers together on recording sheet or whiteboard. They think it's so fun!! math tubs, tub idea, ice cubes, ice trays, 2digit number, ice cube trays, add number, kid, white label
Math tub idea: Get two ice trays from the dollar spot at Target, write 2-digit numbers on white labels for each hole, and kids toss a cube in each tray and add numbers together on recording sheet or whiteboard. They think it's so fun!!
These are great vocabulary cards for Math. The best part is - they are free!!! Check out Ladybug Teacher Files!
FREE! This fun wheel of standards includes all 26 Common Core math standards for 5th grade. Display the colorful copy in your classroom and provide each student a copy of the blackline master to keep in their math notebook. When students have mastered a concept have them color in the appropriate piece of the wheel. This will help encourage kids to be accountable for their own learning and keep them motivated to master every concept!
Foldable - Mean, median, mode, range - outside
This is a great activity to teach multiplication facts. Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ you get the idea! maybe secretly use with the facts that hardest for the student? classroom, name tags, division, student wear, the call, teacher wear, multiplication facts, multipl practic, wear multipl
love this Multiplication Practice. Everyone wears "multiplication name tags" throughout the day. You always call each other by their "name". This is Mr. 32.--I LOVE this! Could do it all week to get gobs of practice in. GREAT IDEA!
Some of my kids are such visual learners that I can just hang a poster, introduce it, and watch them study it over and over. There are several good posters shown here. high school math teacher, math anchor charts, geometric shapes, graphic organizers, math charts, teacher high school math, 6th grade math classroom, third grade, anchor charts math 6th grade
Visual for Quadrilaterals
Using toothpicks for geometric terminology. Love! You could also add intersecting lines, perpendicular lines, and use this for measuring angles later (except good gracious, change the name-these are not all "lines") angles, math notebooks, school, sticker, learning, third grade, kid, geometry, math journals
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In studying kids' math development in a psychology lab, I've learned that kids have to learn not only math concepts, but our language for expressing them. A kid who can do basic counting and addition when phrased in a straightforward way may have trouble answering questions with the same concept along with words like "between." I would've loved a chart like this as a kid. math problems, math anchor charts, math word problems, math vocabulary, problem solving, key, math intervention, kid, math journals
Key Words in Math Word Problems
Shampoo bottles, etc... problem on top, open it up to find the answer