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Submitted by Julie G.Click here to join teachertime123 on facebook! Use for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or fact families. The answer to the problem is in the center of the flower. The problems are written in the petals.
Tangram Zoo by Becky Give your students tangram pieces on colored card stock. Make a zoo! Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Description from http://teachhighschoolmath.blogspot.com I like it because it is very easy to use. It can graph my lines in color. It can graph an inequality. It is absolutely free. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that a TI-84 … Continue reading
Here are some examples of solids and their nets. Kids often are expected to match them on worksheets. however, it is much easier for them to “see” if they can manipulate these nets. How many faces? How many vertices? How … Continue reading
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From teachhighschoolmath.blogspot.com Minute to Win it Circuits…..Move and Learn Yesterday I made a math problem so that it took up one whole page of typing paper. I cut it up into 6 equal pieces that were approximately 3 by 3 … Continue reading
From teachhighschoolmath.blogspot.com Mr. Sladkey’s top 10 tips for Math Class 1. Do the example problems from the book. Most math text books have examples that are completely worked out with the solution given. Take a piece of paper and hide … Continue reading
From crayonfreckles.blogspot.com -octopus body made out of colored paper and glued onto file folder -sequins glued onto the tentacle strips then laminated -hook-n-loop (Velcro) to attach tentacles to appropriate numbers Instructions: Have child count the sequins on the tentacle strips … Continue reading
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From teachhighschoolmath.blogspot.com In my Introduction to Algebra Class we did a lesson covering the area of a triangle, rectangle, and a parallelogram. We used a differentiated lesson idea of making a cube. The students wrote questions on 5 sides of … Continue reading
From mrsbrownart.com Students created hand puppets made from legal envelopes and cut pieces of paper. They reviewed the names of geometric shapes and used those shapes to create the puppets. At the end they added detail to their puppet with … Continue reading