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9 Fun Math YouTube Channels for School Age Kids
9 math YouTube channels for school age kids to learn math, and to be fascinated by math thinking and ideas. Great math resource for math class, math tutor, math homework help, or homeschool math teaching.
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9 math youTube channels for school age kids to learn math, and to be fascinated by math thinking and ideas. Great math video resource for math class, math tutor, math homework help, or homeschool math teaching.
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Awesome clock to teach students maths concepts
6th grade math classroom clock. Black poster board, white paint pen and HL clock kit.
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6th grade math classroom clock. Black poster board, white paint pen and HL clock kit. {Modify it for younger elementary students!}
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I love this clock for my math classroom because it makes the students think when they want to know what time it is. Also, when they are looking at it everyday, they will memorize those math facts.
Black poster board, white paint pen and HL clock kit.
I came across this idea from Wanda Terral and it is a real winner. Create your own equation clock to both help students with their understanding of Algebra and time. Students could also take ownership of this project too. You can create one of your own by ordering a cheap clock like the one below and then just using paper circles to add you equations and style. I'd love to see some pics of your ideas... Black Round Wall Clock Kit $6.99
Awesome clock to teach students maths concepts
Are you as tall as a zebra or a penguin? Thanks to the Children's Room at Burbank Central Library for this cute and mathematical display!
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Are you as tall as a zebra or a penguin? Creative numeracy display, great inspiration for classroom displays.
Original idea from @Pinterest Creative education for primaries .We can use this in foreign language learning with jungle animals A great way to develop jungle animals in target language.Maths measuring activity plus create a silly poem about animals and which are taller than the children
Original idea from @Pinterest Creative education for primaries. Maths measuring activity plus create a silly poem about animals and which are taller than the children.
Great idea to incorporate teaching animals with maths. Measuring activity and learning about the characteristics of different wild animals.
Are you as tall as a zebra or a penguin? Use for the children's height chart.
Cute classroom bulletin board idea ~ incorporates science & math.
Are you as tall as a zebra or a penguin? Cute science display.
Animal height chart!
Height chart GG
How to teach math with LEGOs via Edudemic
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How to teach math with LEGOs, here come the Instagram video ads, and lots more cool tech links from around the web we hope you enjoy.
MATH play: children could play with lego in my practicum placement almost everyday. I think that it is high time to introduce to them the concept of math during their play by narrating. The children playing with lego can already be doing math in their play but scaffolding of adults could help to emphasis math more. Planned play may be an option like a group team up and build a bigger boat: counting of lego studs, matching colors, sorting lego with the same number of studs.
How to teach math with LEGOs. Fantastic! Fractions and Mean, Mode
How to teach math with LEGOs. Fantastic!
How to teach math with LEGOs.
Web Coolness: How to teach math with LEGO, Instagram video ads are here, and the scary Apple Pay shutout.  Cool Mom Tech
Web Coolness: How to teach math with LEGOs, Instagram video ads are here, and the scary Apple Pay shutout.  Cool Mom Tech
Math Journal Sundays  Data Management
Math journal ideas
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Math journal ideas  ok this one isn't for me but it will be great for my nieces :) good auntie points
Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays  Data Management  Mean, Mode, Median, and Range. Wer not doing these skills, but good journal idea!
Math journal ideas. Love the brad on this page with the recipe cards.
Math journal ideas like this style of inputting vocab cards
Math journal ideas for mean, median, range.
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I'm sorry  I was busy with my progress reports last weekend, so I didn't get my math journal idea posted. The good news ... I have two journal ideas for you today! We are deep into our Data Management unit right now. The first journal entry is for stem and leaf graphs. To be completely honest, when I first started teaching 13 years ago, I had no idea what a stem and leaf graph actually was. As a result, I have to admit I probably didn't pay as much attention to it as I should have. Long story short ... when it showed up on our provincial testing and my students were completely illprepared, I made sure it my students knew it from that point on. We used the results from our last math test to make our journal entry for the stem and leaf plots. Whenever possible, I try to incorporate as many reallife examples as possible into our math investigations. We listed the percents from our math test as our set of data, then turned those results into a stemandleaf plot. We used a simple flap template. We wrote definitions for the graph on the outside of the interactive tool, and wrote the numbers for the graph on the inside. My students really like this type of graph, so I won't be surprised if it turns up on our final assignment for this unit. Then we moved on to mean, median, mode, and range. We used our shoe sizes to study these data management techniques. For our journals, we used 4 index cards for the 4 concepts. We attached the index cards to the journal page using a brass fastener. My students already know how to find mean, mode, median, and range, but it always amazes me how quickly they forget which one is which. By having these cards in their journals, they have an easy reference. For even more math journal ideas, you can check out my Interactive Math Journal Resource over at TeachersPayTeachers. Just click on the picture to head on over. I've just recently added two new drama circles to my store. The Thanksgiving Drama Circle will have your students "acting" like they're ready to help make Thanksgiving dinner. The Winter Drama Circle centers around the excitement of a snow day. Both are perfect for drama activities, cooperative learning activities, improving listening skills, morning meetings, and just plain fun in the classroom. Just click on the pictures to get a preview of the activities. Happy Sunday! Jen Interactive Math Journal Interactive Math Journal 2 Building Better Math Responses Math Concept Posters InLinkz.com
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Elapsed Time,Solving Problems, and Addressing Misconceptions
At first this blog post was about teaching elapsed time...but quickly turned into a "How can we tackle math misconceptions" post. Check it out!
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The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Elapsed Time,Solving Problems, and Addressing Misconceptions
At first this blog post was about teaching elapsed time...but quickly turned into a "How can we tackle math misconceptions" post. Check it out!
As we move into the upper grades, we sometimes make some assumptions about some of those "basic skills" such as time, money, and basic computation. It is super important that we consistently put students in positions to apply these skills in new, more complex ways so we can keep our eye out for deficit areas and misconceptions. So...I wanted to bring out some money and time problems to see how my students tackled them (we are NOT in the middle of a unit related to this...I really like to "spiral" my content). I use this as a perfect opportunity to reinforce quality work, accuracy and precision, and organization. ....and then I see this. So...not only do we have an elapsed time problem, we have a subtraction problem too! So it because pretty clear that we needed to reconvene and do some troubleshooting. (Ignore the hideous handwriting...this is just "real world math class"no frills and pretty fonts!) I brought the students together to have a little chat about different strategiesand estimating as well! Students need to be able to carefully read problems and have some idea about what the answer will be before they solve it...in this case, if a plane is leaving at 6:35 AM and arriving LESS THAN TWO HOURS later, they should be thinking about what they know about this information...2 hours is 120 minutes, so a reasonable answer would be less than 120 minutes. We worked as a class to find different ways to solve this problem...from finding easy numbers (in this case, "whole" hours)... We modeled it with numbers... And with an open number line in different ways... And then we went back to this algorithm.. At this point, I wanted students to be able to explain in clear math language WHY this algorithm doesn't workat least not by trading "tens"! We had a great chat about how hours are really "sixties"...so trading an HOUR gets you 60 minutes, not a "1" in the next place. It was quite an epiphany for some studentsbut I hope the strategies we did first help secure some other strategies to help solve this type of elapsed time problem. So...pull out some problems unrelated to your current topic (It's a lot easier to solve fraction problems when you are working on fractions...the real test of learning is being able to solve them at other times!). Where did these problems come from? I keep problems like this at the ready in a tub...all printed, cut, paper clipped, and ready to use whenever I want! These are sets that have problems in a huge range of topics...the top resource is what I use the second half of the year and the bottom set is what I use earlier in the year (and for intervention groups later). See what you think!
Learning, Thinking, Creating: Elapsed Time,Solving Problems, and Addressing Misconceptions
Open Ended Problem Solving
Love this activity to really help build mathematical thinking, discourse, and to change how students feel about math. Math can be funand the process is more important than the answer!
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Love this activity to really help build mathematical thinking, discourse, and to change how students feel about math. Math can be fun–and the process is more important than the answer!  Home and Kitchen Review
Learning, Thinking, Creating: Open Ended Problem Solving
Using Guiding Questions to Probe Student Understanding
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Guiding questions make student thinking visible.
Using Guiding Questions to Probe Student Understanding  Math Coach's Corner
Combine math and art for creative kids.
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<em class=short_underline> Math </em> and <em class=short_underline> art </em> have gone together since early artists began creating. Many great works of art contain mathmatics, from buildings and pottery to paintings and statues. Today on Share It Saturday, we're featuring math and art activities that kids can explore while learning through creative expression. Combining math and art in kids' activities can be a great way for children who do not enjo...
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Math Art Activities #STEAM #brainster
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Math Art Activities
Math Rigor
DIG DEEPER in your math lessons with this fun way to question your students! Includes FIVE higher level thinking questions! I sometimes forget to ask my students the "DEEPER" questions... You know, the questions that really check for understanding... This sign was just the answer for me!
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Math Rigor
DIG DEEPER in your math lessons with this fun way to question your students! Includes FIVE higher level thinking questions! I sometimes forget to ask my
Increased Rigor Math Questioning
12 Useful Math Hacks That They Didn't Teach You In School
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Interesting to play with.... No website, just this image. Try it with the kids for playing with math.
How to multiply large numbers in your head. The Most Useful Math Hacks In Existence 2  https://www.facebook.com/diplyofficial
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How to multiply large numbers in your head. Seriously??! Mind blown!!!
How to multiply large numbers....mind blown. WHAT?!?!?
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Math is one of those subjects that can be easy for some people and very difficult for others. If you have problems with math, try these simple tricks. Math can be difficult, especially if it’s not your strong suite. It is not a bad thing to be bad at math, but sometimes it’s not a good thing either. So, stop being bad at math and start being good at math! These math trick will help you and you will never be bad at math again. – Multiply large numbers in your head: – Add and subtract fractions: – Multiply by 11: – Doing percentages: – Find fractions of whole numbers: – Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius: – Multiples of 9: – Multiples of 9 in reverse order: Source:http://buynongmoseeds.com/ifyoulearnthese9simpletricksyoullneverbebadatmathagain/
7. Math Hack: Multiply Large Numbers in Your Head Math can be a real pain in the neck at times, especially when you are trying to find the answer to ...
12 Useful Math Hacks That They Didn't Teach You In School
Post an evidence piece of student work alongside mastered learning goals. A great motivator for students to really "show what they know" to get their work chosen as the evidence piece. This picture shows the "Building Better Responses" learning goals with the "StickItTogether" evidence piece.
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Post an evidence piece of student work alongside mastered learning goals. A great motivator for students to really "show what they know" to get their work chosen as the evidence piece. This picture shows the "Building Better Responses" learning goals with the "StickItTogether" evidence piece.
A Quick & Effective Way to Check Math Proficiency {3rd grade, Common Core…
A Quick & Effective Way to Check Math Proficiency {3rd grade, Common Core, Report Cards, EndofYear Review}
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A Quick Effective Way to Check Math Proficiency {3rd grade, Common Core, Report Cards, EndofYear Review} ideas for forms??
Throughout the year I used my Common Core Math Assessments Packet to track data on my students’ progress towards proficiency with each standard. However, as the end of the year rolled around and state testing was penciled in on my calendar, I wanted to...
she is making them for 2nd grade this summer!
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Looking For a TWIST on Spiral Math
Teachers : A Twist on Spiral Math: Read about different ways Spiral Math can be used in the classroom, and how it can help your students.
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A Twist on Spiral Math: Read about different ways Spiral Math can be used in the classroom, and how it can help your students. Also find more free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/PriceRange/Free
Take Spiral Math and put a TWIST on it! This blog post gives you some new and fun ways to use spiral math homework sheets in your classroom! (LOVE #2)
Great read on how to use spiral math homework sheets in your classroom! Enjoy!
Adapt this as a warm up activity for high school math classrooms.
A creative DIY math activity!
Some good homework ideas
It's Okay to Provide Math Accommodations! Fair isn't always equal. Here are five math accommodations for your students! REPIN and visit this blog for tons of FREE teaching ideas!
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Fair isn't always equal. Here are five math accommodations for your students! Visit this blog for LOTS more FREE teaching resources including math, reading, holidays, special education and more! ~ Promoting Success for You and Your Students! ~
FREE Teaching Ideas: Fair isn't always equal. It is okay to provide math accommodations for your students. We share 5 easy math accommodations to use in your classroom tomorrow. You will also find free printable math teaching ideas. http://promotingsuccess.blogspot.com/2014/12/itsokaytoprovidemathaccommodations.html #promotingsuccess
Math accommodations Teachers Pay Teachers PromotingSuccess; I have given all these this year to my algebra development kids with much success. Selfreliance, not calculator reliance!
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It's okay to Provide Math accommodations! Fair isn't always equal. Here are five math accommodations for your students! Repin and visit this blog for tons of free teaching ideas!
5 Easy Math Accommodations with Big Results! Check out our blog for this and many more great teaching ideas! http://promotingsuccess.blogspot.com/2014/12/itsokaytoprovidemathaccommodations.html
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Math in Art – 15+ STEAM Projects!
These are fabulous! And talk about getting math teachers excited about your class! I can see math teachers being willing to help with some of these for sure.
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A round up of over 15 great STEAM projects \u2013 where math concepts are used to make pieces of art!
... the selfportrait projects...Math in Art – 15+ STEAM Projects!
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Math in Art – 15+ STEAM Projects!
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Free Math Cheat Sheet for Grades 48
Math Cheat Sheet, great idea to have on hand.
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Le Chaim...on the Right is offering a free printable math cheat sheet for those of us that could use a memory jolt in middle school math! You'l
Ultimate Math Cheat Sheet \/ 2 color sets, designed for A Beka but works for any curriculum  Le Chaim (on the right) blog
free printable math cheat sheet for those of us that could use a memory jolt in middle school math!
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70 Cool Math Games
70 cool math games, separated by grade level. An amazing list to help add some activity to your math lessons.
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70 cool math games, separated by grade level. An amazing list to help add some activity to your math lessons. #MathGames
70 cool math games, separated by grade level. An amazing list very well organized and easy to access in order to help add some activity to your math lessons. Read more at: http://topnotchteaching.com/lessonideas/coolmathgames/
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Math Games With Cards
Here are some great math games to play with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun.
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GAMES These math card games can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun. They also serve as inspiration for modified games that fit my lesson. I love playing cards, and these games are a great way for students to practice basic skills.
Here are some great math games to play with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun. (Scheduled via TrafficWonker.com)
Maths Games with Cards: here are some great math games to play with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun.
Here are some great math games to play with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun. Find more free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/PriceRange/Free
Here are some great math games to Here are some great math games to play with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun. with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun.
Math games to play with cards that can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or extra "filler" time. This website lists over 20 physical card games and around 10 online card games. Not all are designed specifically for math and thus you have to determine which are valuable. You also have to be a member to download the specific accompanying activity, but the description provides enough directions that it can be modified without the activity.
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Math games with playing cards
Easy Subtraction game
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Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses
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Sol review? Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses
I'm going to have to try this review game! Third Grade Meanderings: No More Groans when they hear..."Review"
Going to try! This would be an awesome "twist" to morning do now or review!!! Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses
Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses Great idea! Just have to think of an alternative since we can't give out food maybe HW pass or extra point on exam
Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses gotta figure out how to do this with 30 students.
Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses... possibly adapt for older students?
Can modify this idea for high school very easily to review for tests
Test Review Game with students working individually.
good review idea for grade level classes
Third Grade Meanderings: No More Groans when they hear..."Review"
Math Coachs Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property. Okay, raise your hand if you're an elementary teacher and just the mention of the distributive property makes you break out in a cold sweat. Go ahead...no one can see you. As with any other math concept, it's important to take this skill through the concrete (manipulatives) and representational (drawing) stages before the abstract (purely symbolic) stage.
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Math Coachs Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property. Okay, raise your hand if you're an elementary teacher and just the mention of the distributive property makes you break out in a cold sweat.
Okay, raise your hand if you're an elementary teacher and just the mention of the distributive property makes you break out in a cold sweat. Go ahead...no one can see you. As with any other math concept, it's important to take this skill through the concrete (manipulatives) and representational (drawing) stages before the abstract (purely symbolic) stage.
Math Coachs Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property. As with any other math concept, it's important to take this skill through the concrete (manipulatives) and representational (drawing) stages before the abstract (purely symbolic) stage.
Math Coachs Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property. (Includes a great little tutorial on Distributive Property!)
Distributive Property Multiplication game using deck of cards
Math Coach's Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property
Multiplication game Distributive property
Math Coachs Corner: distributive property
Math multiplication game
Math Coach's Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property
color puzzles: fun math and logic for kids
color puzzles :: printable math puzzles :: fun math worksheets
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color puzzles :: printable math puzzles :: fun math worksheets  Great to get those critical thinking skills working!
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Outdoor Math Games for Kids
Outdoor Math Games for Kids! Make math practice fun by taking it outside!
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Awesome math game ideas... Make math fun for kids!
Outdoor Math Games for Kids
Use these outdoor math games to take the learning outside and get kids motivated about learning!
Outdoor Math Games for Kids  Coffee Cups and Crayons
Outdoor Math Games for Kids  Coffee Cups and Crayons
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