Idea by Rebecca, 4th-8th Grade Learning Disabilities Teacher, Norwood, OH I find that when exploring math operations, money is key because it provides a tangible, real world manipulative students can relate to.
by Elizabeth Supan, Monthly Columnist The new buzz words around education are “Common Core”. Most states have adopted the new Common Core State Standards, so now what? That has been the focus of many planning sessions with teachers in my building. How do we address Common Core standards while still teaching our current state
If you missed our deliciously good conversation about using food manipulatives in math, do not worry! The complete transcript is below; just scroll to the bottom and read UP! There are some mouthwatering ideas that are practical and fun for students of all ages. Join us for our next #TeachChat on Wednesday, March 14th, 2012
Find some great, practical ideas for making math fun from the #TeachChat on Wednesday, November 9th. To read the transcript, scroll to the bottom of the page and read up. ReallyGoodStuff10:04pm via TweetChat Have a great night everyone! Thanks again for being here! It was an absolute pleasure!! ~Brandi#TeachChat DonnaMGroves10:03pm via TweetChat@lorileaarcher I agree this is
This great math idea was submitted by Maribeth, a 4th and 5th Grade Teacher, in Baltimore, MD. To drill my students on multiplication facts, we play Toss it Tuesday!
Kite Day is in June, but there is no reason why students cannot use kites to kick up their enthusiasm for math. Whether you are looking for bulletin board ideas or an actual math lesson plan, kites can do it all. The ideas below can easily be adapted for preschoolers through middle school geometry students