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Butterfly method for adding and subtracting fractions...genius! Why didn't someone teach me this way?

Paper Protractor....would be nice to have students calculate the angles/prove why folding it that way generates those angles. Might be useful for kids building projects in Ag Mech class

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Slope Graphic Organizer Algebra

All-in-one slope notes page is intended to be used as a reference and reminder sheet for students to refer back to throughout a unit. Concepts can be added to the organizer as they are introduced throughout the unit. Includes space to record how to find slope from tables, points & an equation. Slope tells us about rate of change, the direction, and steepness of a graph. Relates types of lines, types of equations & types of slope. Happy solving from the miss jude math! shop

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Using LEGO to Build Math Concepts

Help students with multiplication by creating arrays with Legos. This site offers other great math ideas using Legos. - Cindy Brown

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INB Pages – #1

HOY VUX! Love it! Mnemonic for remembering slope for vertical and horizontal lines

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Transform Problem Solving: Push Them to Explain Their Thinking in One Simple Step

Transform Problem Solving: Push Them to Explain Their Thinking in One Simple Step (Blog Post) A little game to help guide students to explain and communicate their thinking on paper when solving problems.

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My Favorite Unit to Teach – Linear Functions

Slope Hot Seat Game - Students sit in lines of 4. Last person in each line gets cards with pos, neg, zero, undefined written on them. Teacher posts an equation on the board. The last person in the line chooses the kind of slope & passes that card to the person in front of them. The student looks at the answer and if they agree, they pass it up. If they disagree, they pass it back. When the 1st person in the line gets and agrees with the answer, they hold it up.