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the amount of nerd packed into one pin... wow... it's bad that I think of my brother with this...

Next time we go to Florida...this may have to happen :)

Math Jokes! My math teacher once wrote this on the board, and she gave extra credit to the people who got it right.

Teaching With a Mountain View: Angles, Angles, Angles! Anchor Chart

Maybe you should try a different angle.

Paper plate models for fractions or angles. Simple but effective! Great way to help kids see fractional parts without all the lines drawn in.

Angles, Angles, Angles! Featuring a foldable from #RundesRoom and an anchor chart for types of angles and measuring angles.

complimentary angles (this is a great way to help students remember complimentary angles)

Lol I actually had to read this twice, I know jack about chemistry.