Sites that I can't do without as a math teacher (and what's so special about each one!) Links to virtual manipulatives, discovery-based lessons, free graphing software, question prompts, eBooks, and more.... Tons of resources for math teachers
The whiteboards in my classroom aren't "real" whiteboards. They are the white panels for bathrooms from the hardware store. So, I used duct tape on the ones on my wall and the ones cut for student use. The duct tape makes it look a little more legit.
Body-scale bar graphs, pie charts and other data representation methods! Abstract concepts like “data representation”, “bar graph” and “circle graph” suddenly take on new meanings as students experience these ideas rather than only read about them.
To help me incorporate journaling into our weekly routine, I refer to Thursday as, "Thinking Math Thoughts". At the beginning of the class I present a journal starter to the class and allow them 10-15 minutes to write their thoughts in their journal.