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Heidi says “I’ve velcroed clipboards to my display board so I can quickly change children’s work according to the topic. I also use speech bubbles which the kids can write in to e…

Put a dice at each table... quick, fun formative assessment at the end of class

Put a dice at each table. Quick, fun formative assessment at the end of class. Could also use questions such as: where would you apply this out of the classroom, or connect today's lesson to we we already learned.

Tales of a High School Math Teacher: Classroom Set-Up

I finally have gotten the chance to remember to put pictures up of my classroom! Between jury duty, coaching, conferences, collaborative wo.

Great bulletin for encouraging the Growth Mindset!

Complete bulletin board set to make the Change Your Words Change Your Mindset Bulletin Board. The colored pages include cute borders, backgrounds, and frames

Beaded number rods for subtraction!  Great visual for students with special needs.  Adding concrete materials when performing simple operations, helps build number sense to ensure students are relating quantities to symbols (numbers).  For this and more great ways to use beads and pipe cleaners in your math lesson, go to:  http://commoncoreconnectionusa.blogspot.com/2014/12/beaded-number-rods.html

Using Beaded Number Rods to help kids visualize addition/subtraction. (Free number toppers, flashcards and tips/ideas.