Key Words Used In Math Word Problems
This is a four page file--two pages in color and two pages in black and white. The key words can be given to the students to keep in their math folder. It can also be enlarged on a poster machine or photocopy machine and placed on the classroom wall. Great for review using dry erase boards. Read ea...
Math Equals Love | Math Teaching Blog by Sarah Carter
Well, this is actually only Monday-Thursday's INB pictures because I took these pictures Thursday night. I'll have to post Friday's pictures later. I'm doing interactive notebooks with my Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 classes. These are the pages I planned out this summer and posted my rough drafts of before. Some of them are the exact same as my rough drafts, but I changed others dramatically. I'm learning that my INB is not going to be perfect. Honestly, you don't want to see Friday's Algebra 2…
OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS. - Worms Eye View
The weather has been amazing the past week or so and we are truly making the most of it. Every morning the door is opened wide and the children choose to be outside for a good 90% of the day. I am having a battle at the moment over sun hats which I seem to […]
Strategies for Elapsed Time - Math Coach's Corner
Teeny tiny little post tonight, but I wanted to share these great intermediate anchor charts with you. Love, LOVE elapsed time on a number line. And making a chart is […]
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I have who has game for measuring angles with a protractor
This is a 24 card game of I have who has. Students us protractors to measure the angle on their card and then write that measurement down. Several things make my games unique. One is that I have an answer page that shows all 24 cards on it that one person holds so that if the game gets stuck that pe...