If you teach middle or high school math - I highly recommend spending a chunk of time looking through the lessons. They are amazing! All lessons use common core standards with real world problems.

Pinner says:Math Snacks: How could I have not found this site before! AWESOME creative short videos about all kinds of math.number line, proportion, ratio, place value and decimals and so much more! Everything is based around a story.

math stations for differentiation - I started this in my class a couple of months ago. this makes so much sense! (GREAT explanation of how to do this!) With Everyday Math!

Teach Me How to do Math (Division Math Rap).Anything that makes math fun is great in my book! This teacher is awesome! Use to link to long division gun gam style

MATH GAMES-Hands on coordinate planes. Students toss two dice, form a coordinate pair and place a marker on that intersection. Students alternate turns, each trying to be the first to get four markers in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

Fraction Bingo-students make their own boards.hands on math! This would be great for decimals/percents too. Have students color the fraction but the teacher calls out the fraction/percent equivalents.

Number of the day chart. Great daily math warm up to get the students in the right mindset. Can build number sense across grade levels if this is utilized consistently building-wide.

Clever Idea when teaching coordinate pairs.make a giant grid on the wall and place well known characters on the grid.students plot the ordered pairs for each character-Use book Fly on the Ceiling

Today we began division. I always suck my kids in by telling them I'm going to teach them how to divide without division. We use multiplication to divide! After all, multiplication is way more fun than division, right?

Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ you get the idea!