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Math Journals

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Expanded Notation is a tricky place value skill for 3rd grade, 4th and 5th grade students. These tools are perfect to use with place value activities and give a great visual to reinforce this concept. #PlaceValue #Marvelmath

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Help your upper elementary students master classifying polygons with math foldables! They'll have a ton of fun AND learn a lot!

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Warning: This is a LONG post, full of a gazillion pictures! Everything I read and/or hear about interactive notebooks is people asking "how do I do this?" I cannot stress enough that making interactive notebooks has to work for YOU, how YOU decide to use them. For me, in my opinion, teachers just need to do it. Seriously, it seems cliche' but it's true. Do it and then USE them in your classroom. That's the most important thing. When we made a foldable about tax, tip and percent and then…

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Here you will find free printable geometry, metric system, and other math related notebooking pages for your homeschool classroom.

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I may be in the minority here, but I actually really love teaching grammar! Even though the topics themselves aren’t always the most exciting (there are a select few people in this world who get legitimately pumped about prepositions or rules for commas), there are a ton of possibilities to MAKE it fun for kids. […]

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Teaching rounding can be hard and monotonous, so I try to make it as fun for myself as possible because teacher fun=student fun! I'm a story teller. I love to hook my students with a good story, even if it means I have to embellish a little along the way. To kick off the first

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Why use math sorts? Discussions Differentiation Aligned to the standards No-prep FUN! 1. Discussions We constantly tell students to show their work or explain their thinking. Using math sorts weekly will give students practice in putting their thinking into words. Your students will use math vocabulary as they explain how they sorted their cards. They […]

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Happy Friday, y'all! I am here to link up with Cara from The First Grade Parade for her Favorite Pins Friday! There are sooooooooo many awesome pins linked up on her blog so make sure to check them out! :) Okay here are a few I LOVE: 1. I am TRYING to organize my bathroom and I saw this great idea to hang baskets. I have a tiny bathroom so this idea may just be PERFECT! So Cute! 2. I absolutely adore this idea for starting out our math journals and I can't wait to use it this year! SO…

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I have been using interactive math notebooks in my classroom for as long as I can remember. Math notebooks are a great place for students to take notes, record definitions and sample problems, and practice new skills. They are perfect to use for direct instruction and guided practice, in small groups or as a whole class.…

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