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Decorate your math classroom with vibrant factor rainbows to help students memorize multiplication, multiples, and factors.

One strategy for figuring out the number of factors a number has is to use factor rainbows. You can use this to create a vibrant and useful bulletin board or to create stunning rainbows to hang from your

Equation Freak: Pythagorean Stacks

I absolutely love this post from great maths teaching ideas for a trigonometry-pile-up . However, I don& teach trigonometry in my gra.

HOY VUX..... great way to remember the difference between the slopes and equations of horizontal and vertical lines!

HOY VUX Foldable for Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Lines During my student teaching experience, my eighth graders rea.

Equivalent fraction game: Fabulous for a center!

This game is designed to help students associate a written fraction with a picture and word. It is great for students who finish their work early o.