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Math Pennants are a fun way to show off student work

Math pennants to engage students in problem solving while building community and classroom decor.


5 Activities for Teaching Angles

5 Activities to Teach Angles

Blog post on how to use Yahtzee in classroom to increase math skills

This document includes 1-3 math enrichment task cards for each of the following topics (12 total problems). An answer key IS included! See my store for other units or click on the link at the bottom of this description to save money by purchasing all 12 units in a bundle.(1) Multiply Decimals by Whole Numbers(2) Multiply Decimals by Decimals(3) Estimate Quotients(4) Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers(5) Divide Decimals by Decimals(6) ExponentsEach page has two copies of the problems for that…

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Math About Me Banner

Math About Me Banner/Pennant! This would be an awesome way to get student work hanging around the room after the first day(s)!

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Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Word Problems Center

This multiplying and dividing fractions activity can be used for a math center or for small group instruction. Students use 16 paired real-world word problems to practice determining whether multiplication or division is appropriate. A work mat guides students through the problem solving process.

Pinned said: This is a game I play with my students to practice corresponding angles, alt. interior, alt. exterior, supplementary, same side interior. They must place feet in the type of angles I call out. (Got from YouTube video)

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Connect Four: Two-Step Equations

Connect Four: Two-Step Equations is for math in the upper elementary and middle school grades. Students must solve two-step equations and connect four spaces in a row on their game board. Great for small groups and math centers! This game focuses entirely on solving two-step equations.

Middle School Math Rules!: Learning Stations-Circles. Tangrams, and Pentominoes

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Why I Teach Students Multiple Strategies to Solve Math Problems

Teaching students multiple strategies to solve math problems develops their mathematical thinking and teaches them to be flexible thinkers. It also gives students a foothold into the world of mathematical thinking.