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I gave each student 1/2 a sheet of paper (lengthwise), and asked them to make accordion folds for 10 sectionsAfter we had labeled our columns, and glued the tool into our notebookswe drew in base 10 blocks below, and practiced the written and expanded forms of a number chosen by the class.

Math Journal Sundays - Place Value

Great prompts to start Math Talk! (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post1331673&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Grade Six Teacher "Extraordinaire" : Math Talk! Using writing in math- teaching kids how to "math talk"

Fun interactive activity for students to display different multiplication arrays.

Multiplication array chart: This would be THE coolest thing for a team to post in the hallway. Kids can contribute array illustrations for the chart. Maybe our team can do this next week.

Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?"

Monday Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started!

The question is.give an answer and students come up with a question. The Teacher Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Monday Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started!

Math = Love: Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Foldable and Graphic Organizer Template to Download

Math = Love: Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Foldable and Graphic Organizer

Math anchor chart

Place Value at Every Grade

Place value anchor chart - Wonderful! I have always used houses and streets to explain place value, now someone has made an anchor chart that I can "borrow".

This foldable is awesome! I could see myself using this to teach students about the x and y graphing system so that they'd have something easy to refer back to.

Coordinate Pairs Four Quadrant Flippable- Ready to introduce your students to all four quadrants of a graph? Interactive Flippable with practice components to identify axis, origin and a point in each of the 4 quadrants.

Making Math Matter

I guess I should pin my own anchor chart.Teaching students how to identify the types of math mistakes they have made, and how to fix them. This is an extension of my 'Making Math Matter' chart.

Math Coach's Corner Book Study Mondays: What's Your Math Problem, Chapter 5

Book Study Mondays: What's Your Math Problem, Chapter 5

Super smart way to teach finding the GCF and perhaps the LCM of #s..,

Ramblings of a fifth and sixth grade teacher.: Common Core Math Training Using a Venn diagram to teach GCF is a great way to visually see the results. It's a good tool especially for visual learners.

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