NYtimes: The United States of Numeracy: The Math of a Presidential Campaign
OLE 2012 Election Series Blog - current events, classroom activities, election calendars, polls - GREAT source for teaching election
Portraits of the Presidents of the United States of America
Mock election - teach your students about the presidential election process
Check out today's Corkboard Connections blog post. It is designed to make it easy for you to plan terrific Presidential Election activities and includes great resources contributed by several other teachers. I hope you find it helpful!
This checklist is a way to ensure that you are on the right track with shifting away from “doing a project” and moving towards project-based learning.
Parents and Math Educators
Projects vs. Project-Based Learning - Nice explanation of the differences
It's actually free! This unit has ideas for integrating Dr. Seuss books into reading, writing, math, and science. Great for guided reading centers!
Way to begin Math Journal
Math picture books.
5 awesome and FREE online websites for math manipulatives. Perfect for modeling thinking during math mini-lessons and number talks!
Electoral College: Can someone win the popular vote in the Presidential election and still not become President of the United States?
I like this math journal.
ELECTION 2012 UNIT - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com
FREE MATH POSTERS: Math vocabulary posters, cards, and definitions that are perfect for upper elementary, middle school, and junior high classrooms.
Great game to work on #fractions with kids - use your connect 4 game to make it fun! From @noflashcards #math
Math anchor charts