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Telling time ~ Helping kids build a thorough understanding. (Blog post full of hands-ideas.)

Teaching Special Thinkers: Telling Time is EASY PEASY

A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Number Bond Lesson - Smedleys Smorgasboard of Kindergarten

Math Meets Astronomy in Room 309 - measuring angles in constellations.

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

This set includes twelve multiplication problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 100 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $

One Step Multiplication Word Problem Worksheets Level 2

Examples of Quadrilaterals - in our everyday lives

Awesome 6th Grade Geometry Ideas -Angle Notes -Geometry Robots -Building Castles with Geometric Shapes -Angle Anchor Charts for Quadrilaterals

Quadrilateral City - Geometry Project Based Learning: This project is designed to help your students apply their knowledge about the properties of quadrilaterals through a simulation project.

Quadrilateral City - Geometry Project Based Learning

Quadrilateral cut and paste.pdf - Google Drive

Task Cards designed to help you implement the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice in your classroom on a daily basis. Students will: Record the Question; Model and Solve; Record the Solution; Explain Their Reasoning

Write To Explain Math Task Cards - Quadrilaterals

Drawing On Math: Instagram for Quadrilaterals

All in the Family {Update}~A fun way to teach your little ones about fact families.

The Crawfords' Big Book of Math-tivities - Common Core $

Teaching With a Mountain View: Dividing Fractions Anchor Chart, Game Freebie, and Math Journal

CELL PHONES IN THE CL A SSROOM: A BOON OR BLIGHT? It’s a question many educators are facing these days. The Common Core State Standards call for students to develop digital media and technology skills. One way to help them reach that goal: incorporate gadgets they’re already familiar with — cell phones, tablets, and smartphones — into their learning environment.