Classifying shapes by their attributes and working with quadrilaterals & quotation marks.
Area and perimeter in the hallway! If you have square tiles in your school hallway, you'll love this lesson!
Great for students that tend to rush through problems and assignments - colorful way to stay on track :) (works for any grade level)
Math Coach's Corner: Strategies for Elapsed Time. Love, LOVE elapsed time on a number line. And making a chart is another great strategy.
The "new way" to do math makes sense to me and more importantly my students…
Interesting idea for math stations... Nice way to display the information so everyone knows where they should be and what they should be doing.
Teaching fractions of an inch…Color the ruler!
Free printables for Meet the Teacher/Back to School - Tips for Parents...How to Help My Child Succeed
Telling Time Anchor Chart Idea
Must read this blog on how and why you should set up Math Notebooks in your class: Lights, Camera, 4th Grade!: Interactive Math Notebook