Sarah Shore
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math about me poster...great idea for the beginning of the year

Beginning of the year Math Intro project - Math About Me. This may be the perfect project for right before Winter Break to keep kids engaged! Or at the end of school.or the beginning of school. The possibilities are endless.

As teachers, we know how important it is for students to know their math facts fluently. Without this skill, it is difficult for them to learn higher level math concepts. The best way for students to learn these facts is to practice, practice, and practice. Make that practice LOTS of fun with these great games! #MathFactFluency #MathResources

As teachers, we know how important it is for students to know their math facts fluently. Without this skill, it is difficult for them to learn higher level math concepts. The best way for students to learn these facts is to practice, practice, and practic

ROFL!!! Asians

math: Fun math trick and a visual representation of multiplication that actually makes sense and goes pretty quickly (aka students don't have to draw 25 groups of

Looking for a SUPER simple way to integrate critical thinking into your everyday teaching? This strategy works for ANY subject, ANY grade, and ANY topic. Teachers, you cannot miss this easy to implement teaching strategy!

Good for math talk. Looking for a SUPER simple way to integrate critical thinking into your everyday teaching? This strategy works for ANY subject, ANY grade, and ANY topic. Teachers, you cannot miss this easy to implement teaching strategy!

This is totally my kind of math game! Variations included for high engagement…

Roll 3 Math Game - I love this game for really getting kids to think and estimate!Can use dice for multiplication too

Another teaser for you to solve! (From the book "Brain Busters! Mind-Stretching Puzzles in Math and Logic") ///////////// ANSWER HERE, WITH MY WORKING: http://design.snaplog.com/:001

Welcome to Dover Publications Brain Busters! Mind-Stretching Puzzles in Math and Logic

Great Brainteaser for students!

Brainteaser DIRECTIONS: WITHOUT taking your pencil off the paper, draw 4 straight lines through each dot! You can only go through each dot ONCE!