Katy Hebert
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Shapes are everywhere. This art lesson is best fit for grades of 5th and up to high school. Math is key for this lesson. Students draw shapes through art which allows both subjects to be integrated in the lesson. @Alex Jones DeLong .....where was this during my reading strategies project?

This art lesson is best fit for grades of and up to high school. Math is key for this lesson. Students draw shapes through art which allows both subjects to be integrated in the lesson.

Math website with links to games, lesson plans, examples, videos, software programs, math history, and other helpful tools. It has individual sections for elementary, middle school, high school, and college.

Math website with links to videos showing how to solve problems - for high school and college as well

*Math = Love  Reflecting on Lessons Taught and Lessons Learned as a High School Math Teacher*

*Math = Love Reflecting on Lessons Taught and Lessons Learned as a High School Math Teacher*

Living Math! ~ website with abundant resources for implementing a living math curriculum...book lists from preK through high school, learning ideas, games/activities, lesson plans, articles, math sites and programs, etc...

Living Math Site- Samples of her Living Math® History Lesson Plans with booklists for the chronological study of mathematics plus lists by topic

Chore Chart

Chore [or we say Contribution] Chart from Little Gray Table. Thrifted trays + fun colors + chalkboard paint + magnets (she used wood discs, but you could also use large glass floral stones)

New Handwriting App - StartDOT

New Handwriting App - Start Dot - Pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Life skills list by age.  Going to get the boy's up to speed this summer. :)

Pinner said, "I loved this life skills list! It gave me lots of ideas on things I want to work on with my children, in fun ways. If more people knew how to do all of these things well before adult life, it would make the adjustment a lot easier.