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Uncovering Student Thinking About Mathematics in the Common Core, Grades K-2: 20 Formative Assessment Probes

Introducing your toddler to mathematics in the right way can set them up for a positive attitude towards mathematics in later years. In our latest blog post, we help you make early math learning fun and interesting for your young learner.

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Free - Odd and Even Numbers worksheet This is a free odd and even number worksheet for the classroom. Just download and print for this fun practice! Thank you for stopping by my store! Click on the links below to view additional items: Autumn = A Reading Comprehension Activity Book Fall Addition Freebie All About Spiders Adverbs Adjectives All About Me Perfect Punctuation Compound Words Rainbow Reading Comprehension Columbus Day Halloween Math ...

Welcome to the Inside Mathematics Website - good problems by standards under the "tools for educators" link

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This article is adapted from the NCTM publication Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All. Click here to learn more about this essential guide to mathematics teaching practices. Have you ever taught a math lesson that seemed to be …

This is a terrific post on thinking about the meaning of division of fractions....great visual for a concept that kids find hard to envision.

Pick a number 1-10. Practice dotting it, writing it, tally it, draw a picture adding to that number, color in the correct squares, and circle it on a number line. Great for kindergarten - 2nd grade.

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A Theory of Everything Discovering a fundamental mathematical principle that could explain the entire universe. EINSTEIN spent the last 30 years of his life searching for an answer to the deepest question about the universe: does a fundamental principle, that governs all of reality, exist? He was searching for a unified field theory but Continue reading A Theory of Everything Discovering a fundamental mathematical principle that could explain th

Mathematics, Affect and Learning: Middle School Students' Beliefs and Attitudes About Mathematics Education

Good mathematics is not about how many answers you know...It's about how you behave when you don't know. (pic only)

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