MrMathsTeacher

MrMathsTeacher

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UK secondary school head of maths. Husband. Father of two. Runner. Food lover. Christian.
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We all know that math is the universal language, so that means that you can’t spell humor without it. Here are some funny math pictures.

Multiplication Wheels:  I like the idea, but I think I would add another window with the answers, perhaps by adding another (complete) wheel on the reverse.

Multiplication Wheels - can easily be made with construction paper (or heavier cardstock) and brads. (The link to this site is blocked at school but you can access it from home or at the public library.make into addition or subtraction wheels

Hide inchworms around the classroom and have students measure.  I would use non-standard units instead of standard with first grade.

Hide inch worms around the room. measure to the nearest inch or use non-standard units.like paper clips! All kids love a scavenger hunt. Free patterns- Great for Math :)

Claude in the city - by Alex T. Smith

Claude in the city - by Alex T. Smith

Claude in the city - by Alex T. Smith

Claude in the city - by Alex T. Smith

Calculating Pi with Real Pies - Numberphile

Calculating Pi with Real Pies - Numberphile - Published on Mar 2013 How accurately can we calculate Pi using hundreds of REAL pies? Extended version of this video will be uploaded to Numberphile on Pi Day - March

3-dimensional shapes

I love this Geometric Shapes chart shared by Kathryn on Kindergarten Kindergarten! I had to scroll down to find it, but found a ton of great ideas along the way. I also loved her shape museum. (She has lots of free ideas for teaching math concepts.