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POSTED: Learning, Glasser

Project #2 - Polynomials Foldable Right before Winter break, we started Polynomials in Algebra 2. As you probably know, there is a TON of vocabulary that goes with that!! As a result, I knew my little cherubs would have a swell time writing down all that information, so instead I combined it into a foldable :)

Teaching Statistics: #Made4Math - Happy New Year!

The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Formative Assessment Lessons - They are more fun than they sound!

KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day.

TheHappyTeacher: KETCHUP folder

If you teach middle or high school math - I highly recommend spending a chunk of time looking through the lessons. They are amazing! All lessons use common core standards with real world problems. Great many movies can you see in one day, justify answer with viable argument.

Lessons | Robert Kaplinsky - Glenrock Consulting

I didn't use the wreath frame. My DIL showed me how to bend a clothes hanger into a circle and I used that instead. My wreath, I decorated. A wreath that I gave as a gift, I traced a letter from heavy cardboard and modge podged wrapping paper over the letter and vola'!

Deco Mesh Wreath Tutorial — Clumsy Crafter