Math Center Organization- This looks so much better than a bunch of baggies.
Geometry Bulletin Board: Fun way to study basic geometry concepts. My 5th graders really enjoyed learning about triangles and quadrilaterals by creating this bulletin board.
5 Activities to Teach Angles
Pointer Holder using command hooks and a small crate! #TeacherHacks
Dry Erase Pockets. This blog details the many ways this teacher uses write on wipe off sleeves in her classroom.
Day 121: Another incentive board in full swing to motivate my little mathematicians. We've started taking multiplication challenge quizzes each Friday to help our fact fluency. As the munchkins master each fact, they get to sign the giant number! #multiplicationchallenge #motivation #nomorewallspace #iteachthird #180daysinthelifeofateacher #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram
Must Have Classroom Supplies - rainbow drawers for organizing math centers, copies, or anything! Check out this list of awesome classroom resources
Take your geometry lesson up a notch by integrating the arts. This colorful geometry lesson is sure to engage your students and brighten up your classroom.
Make Math FUN! Add a Splash of Art!
Hands-on geometry! You could do this to teach the special angles formed by parallel lines cut by a transversal
#Vanilla and #Nutella Paw Print #Cupcakes - a fun idea and a delicious recipe!
Math Puzzle that emphasizes multiple solutions. Could modify for older students.
Heart Relay - Valentines Minute to Win It Games for Valentines Party
Minute to win it ideas and games with conversation hearts- great for class Valentine's Day party :)
Valentines Minute to Win It Games for Valentines Party... fun ideas!
#freeprintable | Combining Like Terms Worksheet
A free (for now!) puzzle activity to review positive, negative, zero and undefined slope in equations, tables, graphs and coordinate pairs.
Have you tried using Plickers in your classroom? Check out this blog post to see why you should use the app and see how I use it with my fourth graders.
How much area is in your name? Plus other area and perimeter activities for kids.
The link is for a checkbook project for students but it also has this simple checkbook ledger for a budget binder option.
Hands-On Pumpkin Math - The Geo Pumpkin!: Great as an educational but entertaining game. Math=geo shapes with rubberbands, fine motor and gross motor skills practice and lots of fun hammering golf tees in. Could use large nails at home. Can do counting for the younger ones, too.
creating a jack-o'-lantern with shapes
Use book club order forms to not only practice adding and subtracting, but also multiplying , rounding, and multiplying with decimals!
chocolate chips as witches warts mini marshmallows as ghost poop cinnamon toast crunch as monster scabs candy corn as pumpkin teeth