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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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Fun Fall Math STEAM Activities for Elementary Students

In this article, you'll discover a fall STEAM lesson that encourages elementary students to integrate science, math, art, reading, and writing. I'm providing everything you...
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6 Ways to Make Math More Engaging

Engagement is essential to excellent math instruction, but can be elusive. In this article, we will share six simple ways to make your math class more engaging for students....
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Using Student Data to Inform Math Instruction

Teachers wear many hats: facilitator, counselor, advocate, nurse, coach, motivator, comedian. . . the list goes on. One critical role that rarely makes it onto this list is...
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A Math Icebreaker Your Students Will Love, Grades 3–8

Today, I’m sharing a math activity that I've used throughout the years as a back-to-school math icebreaker to get students out of their seats and interacting with each other....
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Addition and Subtraction in Grade 1– Algebraic Thinking Worksheets

In this article, you'll discover how to help students develop an understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction! These algebraic thinking worksheets will...
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Choosing a Scale for a Bar Graph With Non-Unit Scales

I wanted to share with you today some ideas about choosing the scale for a bar graph for Grade 3 and Grade 4. The download for this post is a tip sheet from the Progress in...
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7 Ways Teachers Can Start Fresh in the Math Classroom

Sometimes I’ve felt like I needed a fresh start in my math class. A new year, a new quarter or semester, a new unit—or sometimes I get the feeling that we’ve gotten into a...
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FREE Summer Math Worksheets for Grades K–6

Discover engaging summer math worksheets that will help Grades K–6 students keep their mathematics skills sharp over the break! These Summer Math Packets can be used in...
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8 Ways to Compare Fractions in the Late Elementary Grades

How do you compare fractions in the late elementary grades? In this post, I want to share a collection of methods that you can use with students, in Grades 3–5, to compare...
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Math Survey Questions for Teachers – Evaluation Forms for Principals and Coaches

Discover three ways that principals and math coaches can get feedback from mathematics teachers and start a dialogue. In this article, we will be looking at math survey...
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