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7th Grade Math Anchor Charts ("If a decimal's in the house: RAISE IT TO THE ROOF! If a decimal's on the side: LET IT SLIDE!")

Math- it doesn't have to be as complicated as we currently teach it.

This is perfect!! I love how the leaves are different lengths and labeled with hour and minute hands. I think having a clock and time being displayed is important. Young children do not understand the concept of time, but by having it up in a classroom and explaining it to them in the easiest way possible can start to get them to understand the concept of telling time.

Math Taboo to practice vocabulary - example for middle school, but .doc template provided to create your own - FREE!

Secret gun storage... WHAAAAATTTT

Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. Love this!

Repurposed sponge hair rollers to ease every day tasks for those who have arthritis.

Great sight word idea! Post outside the door, and change the word daily/weekly: students have to whisper the word to the teacher as they come in class. You could use in math by writing a "A factor of 24", "a fraction = to 1/2", etc in which they have to whisper an answer that would work!

copy this and put in homework folder

This is BRILLIANT. Draw a number line with sharpie on a ziploc slider bag and use the slider as the tool to add or subtract two numbers.

PRINTABLE LIFE-size organs printable pdf

This is as cool as the finger trick with 9's

I am literally speechless. This technique may save my sanity: "SO SIMPLE - how to teach long division in 3 minutes or less ohmyword - where has this been my whole life?! "

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!

A fact a week - love it! Display non-fiction books on the subject each week.