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Another great night of learning at the Global Math Department last night, where Matt Vaudrey and Megan Hayes-Golding shared their ideas for Exam Reivew That Doesn't Suck. Enjoy the playback and ad. Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Classroom Ideas, Math Stations, Math Centers, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Vocabulary

Math Review: Secret Phrase Scavenger Hunt

Another great night of learning at the Global Math Department last night, where Matt Vaudrey and Megan Hayes-Golding shared their ideas for Exam Reivew That Doesn't Suck. Enjoy the playback and admire Matt's enthusiasm for teaching, and great ideas for keeping kids engaged. And thanks to Megan for her continued willingness to facilitate and share.…

Test Prep Coloring Pages FREE testing motivational quotes coloring pages. Use these motivational quotes for testing to encourage your students before and during testing days. 4th Grade Classroom, 4th Grade Math, School Classroom, Third Grade, Classroom Ideas, Future Classroom, Classroom Helpers, Classroom Tools, Classroom Supplies

Test Prep Coloring Pages | Motivational Quotes for Testing

Testing time can be very stressful for students. Use these motivational quotes for testing coloring pages to relax your students and motivate them before the big tests.

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Maths Game – 1 to 100 grid

I recently shared on Twitter about a maths game I had played with my Higher class. We were practicing differentiating using the chain rule. This is a game I read about on Twitter previously but can…

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Maths Game – 1 to 100 grid

I recently shared on Twitter about a maths game I had played with my Higher class. We were practicing differentiating using the chain rule. This is a game I read about on Twitter previously but can…

Stations Review... interesting twist w 4 different cards per station Math Multiplication, Math Math, Math Games, Maths, Math Magician, Line Math, Solving Linear Equations, 7th Grade Math, Algebra 1

Algebra 1 *Solving Equations* Unit Review Stations/Task Cards Activity

My students are finishing up their 3rd unit which is all about solving equations. The unit includes: Solving 1-step through multi-step equations. Writing equations from applications and then solvi…

Solving Literal Equations Activity INSANELY LOW-PREP, and students beg to keep playing! Literal Equations, Solving Linear Equations, Algebra Equations, Fractions Worksheets, Algebra 2, Math Fractions, Multiplication, Math Notes, Math Classroom

Solving Literal Equations “Connect 4” Activity {Student Approved} FREE DOWNLOAD

Recently, I reached out to the MTBoS looking for fun ideas for practicing solving literal equations. I had searched pretty thoroughly to find any pre-existing activities on the internet, but there…

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Math Mania - AKA Fun way to use a worksheet when you're low on copies

Running low on copies??? Kids getting bored in your class?? Tired of trying to force your students to collaborate? Taking stuff home to grade and falling asleep before it gets out of your bag? Then try a Math Mania!!! I've got to give credit to the teachers I worked with my first year that told me about this (Ami Harman and Lindsey Heinzman at Henry Middle School in Leander). If it wasn't for this I would have been in big trouble multiple times over! The basic idea is that you can take any…

Big Ideas MATH: A Common Core Curriculum for Middle School and High School Mathematics Written by Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell. Teacher Games, Math Teacher, Teaching Math, Teacher Stuff, Teaching Ideas, Big Ideas Learning, Big Ideas Math, High School Games, Printable Math Games

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Big Ideas MATH: A Common Core Curriculum for Middle School and High School Mathematics Written by Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell.

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Island Study

So today's activity went very well. The noise level was high ... but all due to constant math talk! The very talk you want in your classrooms! (I didn't post a picture with students - no faces allowed but here is a picture of our empty space ... waiting for students to arrive on the islands!) This idea comes from Cheesemonkey's post ... read it here! Thank you for sharing. I am drowning in grading. Giving feedback is a must! This process is great for simplifying peer to peer feedback as well…

Learning with Tape: Pirates of the Parabolean: A Review Game Algebra 1, Calculus, 7th Grade Math, Fourth Grade, Math Classroom, Maths, Classroom Ideas, Game 7, Review Games

Pirates of the Parabolean: A Review Game

Happy Monday! So my students played their first review game of the semester today, and it's one of my favorites. Last semester, we played several games of Grudgeball, and my students always wanted a theme to play. After playing a pirate version, I decided to tweak the rules a bit, and Pirates of the Parabolean was born. My students got super excited when they saw this agenda! Here's the basic gameplay: Winner: team with the most ships Each pirate team starts with 5 ships in their "fleet"…

I love my animal project ( original post found here ) but I have been wanting to incorporate more technology. I have shied away from Desmos and like products because domain/range restriction is. Math Teacher, Teaching Math, Maths, Algebra 1, Review Games, Team Names, Math Games, Trivia

Team Trivia (Structured Review Game)...the kind you play in a bar

Teachers can be inspired anywhere. This time it was a bar when I was playing team trivia with friends that inspired me. I leave this bit of information out when introducing the game to my students. I...

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Test Review Day

I spend the class before a test reviewing. This can be a very useful day for students or a complete waste of time where nothing is accomplished. I have found that providing a VERY structured class...

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Can you study math?

Yes. The answer is yes you can study mathematics. There is apparently a rumor going around telling students that math cannot be studied. This is a lie. Run from the darkness. The issue is...

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Link Student-Created Videos to Study Guide w/ QR Codes

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Learning with Tape: Scavenger Hunts - and a free template! Teacher Tools, Math Teacher, Teacher Stuff, Interactive Student Notebooks, Teaching Activities, Teaching Ideas, 8th Grade Math, Review Games, Student Teaching

Scavenger Hunts - and a free template!

I've truly had a very productive week this week. I am ahead in planning, and spent some time yesterday creating a template that I'd like to share. I don't know who came up with the idea of this type of scavenger hunt, but I use them ALL.THE.TIME. At least once per unit. Usually more. Because a 10 question scavenger hunt takes me 5-10 minutes to create, and lets them practice with or without partners, usually filling up 15-30 minutes of class time. I have so many of these that I've…