Looking for ideas to implement into your upper elementary math stations or guided math centers? Well, you will want to read my tips and ideas for math stations and why I love them before you dive in. Your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students are ready for
As a mathematician, I am thankful for shortcuts. I think part of the reason that I have always loved math so much is because I recognize and implement shortcuts. I love to look for patterns in numbers and procedures. I try to share these tips and tricks with my eighth grade math students whenever I can. Here's an easier way to write linear equations in Standard Form. By Free to Discover.
I love doing card sorts like this with my math students! 8.5G Identify functions using sets of ordered pairs, tables, mappings, and graphs A.12A Decide whether relations represented tabularly and graphically define a function:
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These Summer Math Color-by-Number activities are the perfect way to review key math skills this month! As one teacher said, "So much better than traditional color by number! I love the application of other skills and the problem solving that is included!" Different sets available for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade.
This is a great printable activity to use at the beginning of the school year as a "get-to-know-you" activity. I love that it integrates math, works for a wide range of grade levels, and is fun and engaging for students. This printable should be used with 2"x 2" post-its.