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.

9 Fun Math YouTube Channels for School Age Kids | iGameMom


6th grade math classroom clock. Black poster board, white paint pen and HL clock kit.

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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How to teach math with LEGOs via Edudemic

Web Coolness: How to teach math with LEGOs, Instagram video ads are here, and the scary Apple Pay shutout. - Cool Mom Tech


Math journal ideas

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays - Data Management


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!

Learning, Thinking, Creating: Elapsed Time,Solving Problems, and Addressing Misconceptions


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!

Learning, Thinking, Creating: Open Ended Problem Solving


Using Guiding Questions to Probe Student Understanding | http://www.mathcoachscorner.com/2016/02/using-guiding-questions-to-probe-student-understanding/

Using Guiding Questions to Probe Student Understanding - Math Coach's Corner


Combine math and art for creative kids.

Math Art Activities


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!

Increased Rigor Math Questioning


12 Useful Math Hacks That They Didnt Teach You In School #TEDLifeHacks http://www.tedlifehacks.com/life-hacks/12-useful-math-hacks-that-they-didnt-teach-you-in-school/?utm_source=PN&utm_medium=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.pinterest.com%2Faltheainsley%2Flife-hacks%2F&utm_campaign=TED+Life+Hacks

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 "Stick-It-Together" evidence piece.

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A Quick & Effective Way to Check Math Proficiency {3rd grade, Common Core, Report Cards, End-of-Year Review}

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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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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!

It's Okay to Provide Math Accommodations!


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.

Math in Art - 4mulaFun.com


Math Cheat Sheet, great idea to have on hand.

Free Math Cheat Sheet for Grades 4-8 - Free Homeschool Deals ©


70 cool math games, separated by grade level. An amazing list to help add some activity to your math lessons.

70 Cool Math Games | Top Notch Teaching


Grade Stuff Ideas, 4 5 Grade, Office Homeschool, Math Mini Offices, Grades Math, 5Th Grade Math, Third Grade, 3Rd Grade, 4Th Grade

Upper Grades Math Mini Office - Page 1


Here are some great math games to play with cards! These can be used for math centers, review, extra practice, or just for fun.

Math Games With Cards - Rachel K Tutoring Blog


Test review game, giving students a chance to move around and double check their responses

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.

Math Coach's Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property


color puzzles :: printable math puzzles :: fun math worksheets

color puzzles: fun math and logic for kids - teach mama


Outdoor Math Games for Kids! Make math practice fun by taking it outside!

Outdoor Math Games for Kids | Coffee Cups and Crayons


Growing Grade by Grade

Growing Grade by Grade