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Inquiry-based learning can be fostered with the unique "Discover Map" research tool. Students are able to explore different resources and make their learning authentic and directly applicable to their own lives and experiences.

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Books, Blocks, and Baskets: Math game, freebie and a sweet treat recipe! How to make ten with Connect Four

Oh my gosh this is amazing. Math games for each month!!!!! The only thing the kids need are their set of cards. This is amazing. Ahh-Mazing! I need to do this.

Great for math games!Attached the center cover sheet to a file folder and ran each folder through the laminator. After cutting the top of the folder, the teacher placed all of the activity sheets inside. Love this idea!

Flash Blog Post! Five Math centers that are fast to assemble, easy to update, and that keep kids learning all year long! Part 1.

Math centres is an example of the learning centres we looked at in class. I think it hits on some ways to differentiate lessons and engage students. I think it hits on professional practice as its a great resource to use in the classroom.

Power towers. Stack cups of facts they know. Challenge with time and height. Put answers in lid for partner to check

Math Power Towers - Math facts written on cups. If student gets the fact correct, they get to add it to their tower.

Here is a Bright Idea blog post about how I implemented Guided Math and Math Stations into my math block. Some great ideas and lots of pics too!

Guided Math and Math Stations

How I implemented Guided Math and Math Stations into my math block. Some great ideas and lots of pics too!

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