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Critical Thinking for Active Math Minds
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Grades 6–12
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From Phonics to Reading Grades K-3
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Free Math Presidents' Day Activity for Grades 2–6

What is better than free printable holiday math worksheets? Holiday math worksheets that are cross-curricular! In this article, I'm sharing fun (and FREE) Presidents' Day...
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Blizzard of Numbers Factors and Multiples Game Printable, Grades 6–8

My students have come to love math centers. They call it "game time," but I know it is really a time where they can apply their newly learned math skills. In this article,...
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FREE Printable STEAM Lessons: Snowball Catapult

I'm always looking for STEAM lessons for the math classroom. Luckily, inspiration for fresh and fun STEAM projects seems to be popping up all around me. Last year, while...
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Building Productive Parent-Teacher Relationships for Math Learning

As the semester draws to a close, take time to evaluate how your parent-teacher relationships are impacting math learning in your classroom and how you can improve them going...
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Gingerbread House STEAM Activity– Math Connections

If you are like me, you are wracking your brain for a holiday-themed STEAM activity for your class. There are several possibilities for non-religious themes. This blog post...
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92 Free Printable Math Flash Cards to Review Measurement & Data

In this article, you’ll find three sets of Measurement and Data Math Flash Cards (92 cards in total) that will get students engaged in meaningful math exercises at home!...
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Math In Real Life– Strategies for Planning Lessons Involving Real-World Contexts

When are we going to use this? Why are we learning this? Why can’t I just use a calculator? If you’ve ever been asked these questions by your math students, then this article...
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Free Thanksgiving Math Activities & Worksheets, Grades 1–6

Holiday math activities are always popular with students. The free Thanksgiving math activities and worksheets you'll find in this article include Thanksgiving-themed word...
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37 Math Early Finisher Activities for Elementary Students

One of the challenges we all face in the classroom is finding activities for students who finish early. This is an important topic because we know what happens when kids end...
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8 Fun Ways to Teach Time in Elementary School

Time is one of the most used daily math skills by people in all age groups, do your students know how to tell time? Math is an avenue to helping students understand their...
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Math Activities for a Rainy Day

Don’t let a dreary day dampen your math mood. Use the weather as an opportunity for a fun-filled math day! In this article, you’ll find six suggestions for activities that...
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How to Improve Mathematical Discourse in Your Classroom

It has been difficult for me to learn how to stimulate vibrant discussions about mathematics among students. I realized very early in my teaching career that in order to get...
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