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Playing Card Workout: Hearts: body weight squats Diamonds: calf raises Clubs: body weight lunges Spades: side lunges
Playing Card Workout. Deal yourself 7 cards - Hearts: body weight squats; Diamonds: calf raises; Clubs: body weight lunges; Spades: side lunges. Do the number of reps that's on the card.
Do your next workout with a deck of cards! Love doing this workout! flip three cards and the total is how many reps you will do for that exercise in the circuit.
Playing Card Workout:: You can substitute and form of exercise you do instead of weights. The key here is the variety.
Are you looking for a way to mix up your workout? Check out the Playing Card Workout!
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Card math games
Math Hombre: Integer Games
Many children (and adults) believe “math with letters” is a jumble of abstract nonsense, with too many formulas and rules that have to be memorized if you want to pass a test...
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Understanding Math: Algebraic Multiplication
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Doodling in Math Class: Stars, click on the picture. I love this girls videos!
Pure Genius on So Many Levels: Doodling in Math Class: Stars I love this!
Doodling stars in math class: This will leave you speechless.
Doodling in Math Class: Stars... I hope this girl goes far
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Doodling in math: Stars
Doodling in Math Class: Stars
Kick off a new year of mathematical play for the whole family!
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A great math game to start the year.
2016 Mathematics Game
2016 Mathematics Game
How to Learn Math is a free class for learners of all levels of Mathematics
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How to Learn Math: a free online course for home teachers offered as part of Stanford's free online platform.
EDUC115N: How to Learn Math -- Free course offered by Stanford University (Prof. Jo Boaler) on how to learn math. Excellent course!!
Free Standford Online Course: How to Learn Math. Designed for teachers and parents, it focuses on particular strategies for changing our own relationship with math so we can better teach it to our students.
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Free Stanford online class to help parents with their kids’ math! |
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Free online course for math teachers EDUC115N
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Fun trig challenge puzzle.
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Teacher Ideas with Tutor Octavian (Math Tutor). Like me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tutor-Octavian-Math-Tutor/559426604131581 Webpage: http://www.tutoroctavian.com/about.html #math #joke #funny #teacher
Trigonometry Pile Up! | Great Maths Teaching Ideas <<--- whoever named this clearly must have been drunk. This is TORTURE.
Trigonometry Pile Up! | Great Maths Teaching Ideas Maybe change for Pythagorean Theorem
Trigonometry Pile Up! | Great Maths Teaching Ideas might just do this for fun...
for MamaPat to read 1st-Trigonometry Pile Up! | Great Maths Teaching Ideas
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Clearly a math nerd because I really want to solve this...
Trigonometry Pile Up! | Great Maths Teaching Ideas
Math activities you can do with a handful of pennies.
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Explore square numbers, exponential growth, and patterns with pennies.
A Penny for Your Math
High school math teacher Chris Rime has done it again. Check out his November 2015 printable math calendars for Algebra 1 (in English or Spanish), Algebra 2, and Geometry students. Enjoy! Things to...
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High School November Math Calender
High school math teacher Chris Rime has done it again. Check out his November 2015 printable math calendars for Algebra 1 (in English or Spanish), Algebra 2, and Geometry students. Enjoy! Things to Do with a Math Calendar At home: Post the calendar on your refrigerator. Use each math puzzle as a daily review "mini-quiz"…
November Math Calendars
November Math Calendars
Ms. Milleson's 7th Grade Blog: Capture/Recapture - Proportions Math Activity
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Capture/Recapture - Proportions Math Activity- Could modify this activity to differentiate- some students get proportion set up and some do not
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Goldfish Proportions Math Activity
Proportions Math Activity
Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project to practice rates and proportions
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Fun idea! Have your students plan a road trip, lots of math skills integrated. Math = Love: Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project
Math = Love: Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project
Road trip project using proportions
Road Trip: Proportions Project
Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project
road trip chart
Ratio Road Trip
Well, since I'm preparing to start my first year of teaching, I decided that I really needed to finish posting the last few projects I did during my student teaching. During my last week of student teaching, my cooperating teacher asked me to come up with a creative way to review some of the 8th grade math standards. A lot of my students had been struggling with the concept of proportions. With lots of practice, they had been improving, but many students still weren't comfortable with solving proportions. I wanted to show students that proportions were definitely applicable to their lives. So, I created this road trip project. It actually turned into a 3-part project because the students were enjoying it so much. Day 1 Day 2 Each student chose 5 cities to travel to on their road trip. Using a ruler, they drew out their route on a US map. Then, using the map scale, students determined the length of their road trip in miles. Day 2 was spent using gas mileage and fuel costs for various vehicles to determine which vehicle students would take on their road trip. On Day 3, we calculated food costs, hotel costs, and rental car costs. By the end of the 3-day project, students were much, much, much more comfortable working with ratios and proportions. It was an amazing experience to see the light bulbs go off with so many of my students. Download files here.
Math = Love: Pre-Algebra Road Trip Project
great activity teaching rations and proportions plus useful link to Dan Meyer's Three Act Math Tasks which is a collection of creative real-world math problems supported by videos (math centre enrichment?) | math problem-solving
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8th Grade Math Proportions. How much sugar is in each drink? I would use this ideas as a project. The students would pick four similar foods and compare their sugar content with graphs.
Middle School Math = Love: Sugar Packets and Proportions. Check out Dan Meyer's 3 act Math tasks....did a version of this and loved it!!
Middle School Math = Love: Sugar Packets and Proportions. Check out Dan Meyer's 3 act Math tasks
Great Math lesson for Middle school Math = Love: Sugar Packets and Proportions
Math = Love: Sugar Packets and Proportions using Dan Meyer's 3 act math task
Great comprehensive math lesson on Sugar Packets and Proportions
Dan Meyer's 3 Act Math Tasks: Sugar Packets and Proportions
Proportion Activity using juice and soda - math ideas
Math = Love: Sugar Packets and Proportions
"7 Animated GIFs That Will Make You Instantly Understand Trigonometry"
7 Trigonometry gifs. MIND = BLOWN.
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21 GIFs That Explain Mathematical Concepts | Visualizing sine (red) on the Y axis and cosine (blue) on the X axis. The relative position of the circle is shown in black
7 Animated GIFs That Will Help You Understand Trigonometry // businessinsider.com. SO COOL
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7 animated Trigonometry gifs
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7 Animated GIFs That Will Make You Instantly Understand Trigonometry
A delightful little HTML5 puzzle game that takes a few seconds to take off and a few hours to beat. Playable right in the browser, including mobile,
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A little HTML5 puzzle game that takes a few seconds to take off and a few hours to beat. Playable right in the browser, including mobile
Game about Squares
The Last Block game - with pattern blocks. Make your own game boards using triangle graph paper.
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Pattern block ideas: building hexagons, building triangles, ask how many triangles are in a hexagon/trapezoid/rhombus, take turns putting a block down and try to leave the other person unable to make another move, play with pattern block dice, fill in larger hectagons...
last block strategy game - be the last person to place a block taking turns to win
The Last Block game - Variation: largest fraction of the board wins
The Last Block game - with pattern blocks
lots of pattern block ideas
The Last Block game
pattern block game
Playing with Pattern Blocks | Unschooling Conversations
Invent a new sequence. Give it a name. I’d love to hear how you explain it!
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Wonder how your school district's test scores stack up against the rest of Georgia's? Here are the best school districts in Georgia based on student test scores!
Think about the different types of learners in your classroom and focus on lessons for teaching math fact fluency with activities that appeal to everyone.
Math fact fluency & different learning styles | Continental Press
Math with Many Right Answers
Building Linear Functions - Authentic Math Task Lesson Reflection good for algebra 1 or algebra 2
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HSF.BF.A.1 Building Linear Functions - Authentic Math Task Lesson Reflection Great blog post for a real world connection to linear functions.
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Building Linear Functions - Authentic Math Task Lesson Reflection
Authentic Math Task Lesson Reflection
I call warmups "Bellwork". I heard it once and thought it was cute. Bellwork - work you do when the bell rings. I am very strict about my beginning of class routine. My kids come in, check their homework, and start their bellwork. I'm "so mean" that I even expect them to start working before the bell rings (or so I've been told). Once their bellwork is finished, I'm usually ready to start class. It's a personal pet peeve when kids are noisy at the beginning of class. I also need to take attendance and check their homework. 90% of the time, this is what you will see: Kids walk in and pick up the key for the previous night's homework. They check their homework while I walk around and check it for completion. Then, the kids put their homework key away and get their notebook out of the cabinet. Then, they work on their bellwork and put away their notebook when they're finished. Since they start before the bell rings, they are totally done with this within the first 5-7 minutes of class. Sometimes, I plan for the bellwork to take a little longer so that I can give them review time. Other times, I make it very short so that we can get started as soon as possible. This works for me. It makes the beginning of every class smooth. It gives me a mental "reset" if the previous class period was stressful. Bellwork. I'm a huge fan. What does your beginning of class routine look like? You may also be interested in: Authentic Math Task Lesson Reflection 6 Reasons I Love Matching Cards Reviewing with Speed “Math-ing” Conditional Statements and Law of Syllogism
Today in Algebra 2 Honors, my students practiced factoring. Yesterday, their homework was to look through their notes and textbook to find the three hardest factoring problems they could find. I told them they could work with friends and bring the same problems, as long as they could tell me why they thought the problem was difficult. My students thought I was joking at first. One boy said, “This is like the easiest homework ever!” and a girl glared at him and hissed, “shut. up. now.”. Super funny. Their bellwork today was to list the “hard problems” on the board. Some of the problems they chose were from their Factoring with Symbols worksheet. Once all the problems were on the board, we worked the problems together. I had a few reasons for doing this: I wanted the students to practice articulating why they didn’t understand something. As a class, we talked about why a problem “looked scary”, then broke it apart together. I kept stressing patterns. I wanted them to get used to seeing challenging problems, and actually working through them. This is a tiny baby step I’m taking to try to teach perseverance in problem solving. My students were much more focused because I was working “their” problems. A few of them were impressed that I could factor the problems on command. Come on guys, it’s my 4th year teaching the same course using the same textbook. I practically have those problems memorized. When we finished working the “hard problems”, I had my kids do a set of matching cards with a partner. They were supposed to match a polynomial with the factored polynomial. I also gave them dry erase markers so that they could use their desks as scratch paper. They LOVE writing on their desks. I like to copy the problems in a different color from the solutions when I make matching cards. It's easier for the kids to start working when they know what they're supposed to match. If you’d like to use these cards in your classroom, you can download them for free from my Teachers Pay Teachers store, just click on the picture below! You may also be interested in: Quadratics and Writing on the Desks! Factoring with Symbols Authentic Math Task Lesson Reflection Going Off on Tangents
Mrs. E Teaches Math
How can we divide it evenly, so we each get a fair share? How big is your piece?
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"An infinity cake" activities that teach pre calculus to kids
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Infinite Cake: Don Cohen’s Infinite Series for Kids
Infinite Cake: Don Cohen's Infinite Series for Kids
Math game and logic puzzle from Henry Dudeney’s classic book, The Canterbury Puzzles.
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31-Game Math Concepts: addition to thirty-one, thinking ahead. Players: best for two. Equipment: one deck of math cards. How to Play Lay out the ace to six of each suit in a row, face up and not overlapping, one suit above another. You will have one column of four aces, a column of four twos, and so on—six columns in all. The first player flips a card upside down and says its number value. Players alternate, each time turning down one card, mentally adding its value to the running total, and s
Math Game: Thirty-One
Math Concepts: addition to thirty-one, thinking ahead. Players: best for two. Equipment: one deck of math cards. How to Play Lay out the ace to six of each suit in a row, face up and not overlapping, one suit above another. You will have one column of four aces, a column of four twos, and…
Math Game: Thirty-One
Real world problems. Great example...how many movies can you see in one day, justify answer with viable argument.
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Awesome! Great "real life" math problem solving - 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 example...how many movies can you see in one day, justify answer with viable argument.
If you teach middle or high school math - I highly recommend spending a chunk of time looking through the lessons. They are amazing! Great example...how many movies can you see in one day, justify answer with viable argument.
If you teach middle or high school math - I highly recommend spending a chunk of time looking through the lessons.
Unique real world math problems for various grades. I've never come across problems quite like these before. This site is definitely worth checking out.
Real life math problems. Says its for junior high. But I bet it has good ideas for any grade. Just adapt!!
High School or Middle School Math: All lessons use common core standards with real world problems. Critical thinking and discussion based
If you teach middle or high school math, check out these lessons. All use common core standards with real world problems.
Fun middle and high school math lessons
Middle school math lessons
Lessons | Robert Kaplinsky - Glenrock Consulting
April 2015 Math Calendar: Each date is a math puzzle.
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April Math Calendar at Let's Play Math - Cool Website!!
April 2015 Math Calendar
Playful Math Snacks for April 2015
Feature photo above by Nicolas Raymond (CC BY 3.0). The April "Let's Play Math" newsletter went out Monday morning to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates. This month's issue focused on Math Treks --- math scavenger hunts in your neighborhood or at a mall or local park. What fun! Sign Up…
Memorizing area formulas is a rite of passage for adolescents. It’s fun and useful—you know, like acne...
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The Secret to All Areas
The Secret to All Areas
The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Formative Assessment Lessons - They are more fun than they sound!
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This website is a blog with a few lesson ideas that use formative assessments. The lessons are about quadratics, inequalities, circles, etc. Perfect ideas for a math teacher. #formativeassessment #lesson #ideas #math
The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Formative Assessment Lessons - They are more fun than they sound! This would be a great review activity for Math II
Click on the picture and takes you to several worksheets. The Secondary Classroom can be fun too.....: Formative Assessment Lessons - They are more fun than they sound!
Formative Assessment Lessons - They are more fun than they sound! Great ideas from this blog
This website has project ideas for all of secondary math.
Formative assessment lessons - quadratic functions
Graphing Quadratic Equations
High school math activities
Math Manifesto: From the very beginning of my education, I can do these things to some degree. And I am always learning to do them better...
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The Math Student’s Manifesto
Slip into your workout clothes and pump up those mental muscles with the Annual Mathematics Year Game Extravaganza!
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Here are three new additions to The Best Ways To Help Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Succeed: Keeping your New Year's resolutions is hard. These 7 tips make it easier. is from Vox. Helping Studen...
Now that the holidays are over - what are your #new #year #resolutions. Check out how we did on our 2014 resolutions and what we plan on doing more of in #2015!
New Year New You 2014- Great links to tools that will help you accomplish goals that you never thought were possible. Great ways to organize your time and life. #newyearsresolutions #organization
New Year's Diet Plan Resolution Tips -For many people, the New Year will include resolutions to buy on a diet plan and burn fat. While losing weight is just one of the most well-liked New Year's resolutions, it is usually much easier stated compared to done.
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Aaron W. Voyles shares New Year's Resolutions that come from his work with college men.
Inspirational literary quotes to help you keep your New Year's resolutions.
By looking at what science has to say about goals and habits, you can give yourself an edge when it comes to following through on your 2015 resolutions.
2015 Mathematics Game
Hit Me! (Integers Math Game) Build understanding of negative numbers with this family-favorite game.