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55 Questions of the Day: Build A Trusting Community { Co-operative Learning }

The only math game you need! JUST PRINT AND GO! Save time with this rigorous yet fun math game. Students self-check their work, they can work alone or with a partner, it is competitive yet co-operative. Every teacher's dream. Fractions, Integers, Algebra, Distributive Property, Arithmetic Sequences, Solving Equations and more.

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Forget algebra and geometry. For teenagers with dyscalculia, even basic arithmetic can be a struggle. Use this visual guide to see how trouble with number concepts and quantities can affect a high-schooler's daily life.
from Understood.org

A Day in the Life of a Teenager With Dyscalculia

Forget algebra and geometry. For teenagers with dyscalculia, even basic arithmetic can be a struggle. Use this visual guide to see how trouble with number concepts and quantities can affect a high-schooler's daily life.

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How to teach tally marks with pretzel sticks and a lot of other great graphing activities and ideas... definitely read all these math ideas!!

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from lernstuebchen-grundschule.blogspot.com

nochmal für den Kopfrechenordner

Lernstübchen: nochmal für den Kopfrechenordner

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

55 Questions of the Day: Build A Trusting Community { Co-operative Learning }

Tired of Math Games that end in Chaos? I was too until I found this math game…

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from Where the Magic Happens

Anchor Charts for the Beginning of the Year

A list of essential anchor charts do with students for the beginning of the…

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from theteacherstudio.com

Building Multiplication Fact Fluency

Today's post is all about the research behind building multiplication understanding and fact fluency. Try some of the included tips in YOUR math workshop!

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Arithmetic Sequences Maze

This maze is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at finding unknown terms in arithmetic sequences when given the first 3 or 4 terms of the sequence. A.12D write a formula for the nth term of a arithmetic sequence given the value of several of its terms

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