You need as many Post-its as problems you will give, a Sharpie marker, and a pencil. Write the the first problem on the front of a Post-it note at the start (maybe this one is a different color). Now write the answer on another Post-it with a new problem on the underneath (in pencil). Students have to work problems and then search for the answers. Great way to get students doing math and get them up and moving!

The Destitute Teacher: place value

Ways to show a number-anchor chart Word, expanded, standard forms, money, number…

Kid's Math Talk Tools CCSS M.P. #3 construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

### What's the Question - Tried it Tuesday

Elementary AMC: What's the Question - Tried it Tuesday

Math Daily 5 (BUILD) B=Buddy Games, U=Using Manipulatives, I=Independent Working/Reading, L=Learning About Numbers, D=Doing Math

I just taught this! Wish I'd seen this earlier. Cool representation of quadrilateral classification. Wouldn't work for high school, but perhaps if I teach 6th or 7th grade!

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### 10 classroom routines that get kids talking (and writing) about math strategies

10 classroom routines that get kids talking about math