Perimeter and area anchor chart Have students make their own anchor chart adding what they think is important
SOLO STATION ACTIVITY or I HAVE WHO HAS GROUP GAME: Mental math game. question in black and answer in red. align them in order! see how fast you can do it. you can write any type of fact they are working on.awesome for order if operation
The Power of NOT Giving the Answer
The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: fractions
Compound Words, Descriptive Writing, and Symmetry!
Symmetry anchor chart- a great idea for when kids start learning about symmetry to make with them at home as a reference sheet
The Classroom Key: Kinesthetic Area and Perimeter
A great anchor chart about triangles! Classifying Triangles Anchor Chart (Although technically, scalene, isosceles, and equilateral can refer to sides OR angles. For ex, a triangle with angles of 90 is also isosceles.
For Ryan: Equivalent Fractions.has a short lesson, then has a story about equivalent fractions!
area + perimeter door - I like this idea. I might not do it on the door, though. Maybe post it on a window or create a poster.
Measurement Inquiry - For CAP classrooms, this could double in the discovery center with a graph (children put their name under the color they think has the most)-- Use non-breakable PLASTIC jars and hot glue the lids on.
This is genius and I'm so doing this with my graders! Telling Time, Reading Clock Hands - Different way of teaching elapsed time (besides a timeline)!