Fun Ways to Teach Math and Printables to Get You Started
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7 Ways Teachers Can Start Fresh in the Math Classroom
Sometimes I’ve felt like I needed a fresh start in my math class. A new year, a new quarter or trimester, a new unit—or sometimes I get the feeling that we’ve gotten into a rut and need a restart. Have you ever felt that way? This post gives you seven ideas that have worked for me over the years, and it’s a great jumping-off point for getting a new start or freshening up the math classroom with new ideas.
Math Test-Taking Strategies for Elementary Students
Math Test-Taking Strategies for Elementary Students 📝📊➕➗ In this article, you’ll discover math test-taking strategies and resources to help your elementary students answer various question types and manage test anxiety. Plus, download and print a free Math Test-Taking Strategies Kit for elementary students.
FUN Math and Poetry Activities Students Will Love (Grades 1–8)
Are you looking for fun math and poetry activities you can use in the K–8 classroom? You can have students create poetry in the classroom by using mathematical ideas that are related to the K–8 curriculum!
Fact Family Array Flashcards 3–6 | Download | Sadlier School
Use the Fact Family Array Flashcards for partner work in your classroom (grades 3–6). One student looks at the array and reads out the four fact families, while the other student verifies that fact family by reading the back of the card.
Math Test-Taking Kit: Strategies and Resources to Reduce Anxiety (Grades K-6)
The Math Test-Taking Strategies Kit is filled with resources to help your elementary students answer various question types and manage test anxiety. #printables #testing #teaching
Math Center Ideas (Grades K-8)
Make your math centers more successful. You’ll get tips and tricks for grouping students, developing routines plus a list of activities, games, and printable. #mathcenters #mathactivities #printables
Math Land Fluency Board Game (Grades 1-6)
This math board game is similar to Hasbro® Candy Land™. There are six versions of the game board. Concepts covered range from simple addition and subtraction to multiplication and division of decimals. #mathactivities #mathgames #printables
Three Little Pigs STEAM Activity (Grades 5-6)
Connect STEAM to reading in this hands-on activity where students team up to build houses for the Three Little Pigs out of index cards and masking tape. After subjecting the constructed houses to a wind test, teams reinforce their structures before a second wind test. #STEMactivities #printables #teaching
Fall-Inspired Math STEAM Lesson (Grades 1-6)
Whether or not your area has beautiful autumn foliage, this lesson includes everything you need to do these fall STEAM math activities in your classroom. It includes templates for sorting charts, pictographs, bar graphs, poem writing, and more. #STEMactivities #printables #fallactivities
Marvelous Math Words Activity (Grades 1-5)
This simple printable activity gets students excited about learning math vocabulary words. It includes an incentive program where students earn tickets they can redeem for a fun prize. #mathactivities #printables #teaching
Math Land Fluency Board Game (Grades 1–6)
Math Land, similar to Hasbro® Candy Land ™, is a captivating fluency board game that's guaranteed to get Grades 1–6 students excited about using their math skills.
Math Madness Bracket Battle (Grades 1–6)
With the Math Madness Bracket Battle game students will use knowledge of place value to compare numbers, and with a bit of luck hopefully advance to the final round of the tournament.
Word Problem Solving Strategies for Students in Grades K–4
Strategies for solving math word problems should begin as early as Kindergarten or Grade One! As nonfiction reading has seen a stronger emphasis in recent years, we can think of word problems as part of the genre of nonfiction. As a math teacher, I have heard many times that “we are all teachers of reading,” and this post will show how the two areas relate, both math and reading, as students create representations to help them move from words to equation and vice versa.