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Math Circles are such a fun and kinesthetic way to review math concepts in the classroom. Get your students out of their seats and watch the learning happen!

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WAY better than skill and drill to help your students practice their math facts - so much fun! Students wear numbers to make the actual number sentences!

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Teaching Perseverance in math - awesome post and much needed post! Great ideas and a freebie. A total must-read!

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Runde's Room: Summary of Learning Anchor Charts - add a point to a cumulative anchor chart after each lesson - great for review at the end of the unit

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Math Journal Sundays - Culminating Mind Map - research is saying kids doodling while taking notes helps to retain the information - let them doodle with their mind maps

Math Circles are such a fun and kinesthetic way to review math concepts in the classroom. Get your students out of their seats and watch the learning happen!

A super fun way to get primary students talking about what they've read. Questions are worded in language primary students can read and understand themselves. Would also be great to send home in students' book bags to use with parents or siblings.

Math bulletin boards - TACK - a new way to display your learning goals for math - thinking, application, communication, knowledge

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