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Aprender matemáticas con LEGOs! Además, los niños pensarán que están jugando.

Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.: Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.

Cute ideas for students/day of own child's test (Cement Step Yards)

I like the idea of giving students candy treats with cute notes for test days. This helps give them some energy power to do their test, and helps students with test taking anxiety. The positive notes starts the test day off on a good foot.

Angle Anchor Chart -Students make one & take it home! Tell students to put the poster up in their room & tell  parents everything they learned about angles! Next day they have them draw four main angles without anything up in the classroom! Will need is four pipe cleaners, construction paper & tape per student.

An Anchor Chart for Introducing Angles!

Angle Anchor Chart -Students make one & take it home! Will need is four pipe cleaners, construction paper & tape per student.

Sencilla decoración de papel para tus fiestas

Sencilla decoración de papel para tus fiestas

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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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Math Journal Sundays ... Kicked Up A Notch

Introductory fraction snowman project (freebie!)

A fraction snowman is a fun and not intimidating way to help teach fractions, which is a hard concept for students.

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!

Here's an anchor chart on "Gus the Plus", a math brother who helps students remember and understand  the symbol for addition.

Math- Kindergarten through Second Grade: Nice partner for the Linus the Minus: Here's an anchor chart on "Gus the Plus", a math brother who helps students remember and understand the symbol for addition.

Students analyze the mistakes they make in math... Great thinking! from Math is Elementary (blog)

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.

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