In an era of high stakes testing, art is sometimes the first thing to go but we as teachers need to find ways to continue providing art experiences for our stud

In an era of high stakes testing, art is sometimes the first thing to go but we as teachers need to find ways to continue providing art experiences for our stud

Array Match Up! Solve the multiplication sentences and write the letter that matches the array for each in the box. But make a fractions one-for multiplying fractions.

Aren’t infinite geometric series cool? If you just shouted “yes”, then you are potentially as geeky as I am. A “proof without words” from MathFail kicked off today’s discussion: I wasn’t quite sure w

Parallel & Perpendicular Art: Are your students confused by the terms parallel and perpendicular? This fun math/art activity is sure to clear up any confusion!

This is a great book mark that shows all the properties of numbers and some valuable equations. It would be great for students at the abstract level with these concepts who just need a quick reminder. Simply print the book mark, cut it out, and hand out!