Math tasks

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Make multiplication fun and relevant with this set of 24 'real life' arrays task cards. Each task card has a colour photograph of a multiplication array from everyday life. Use these cards with either the recording sheet, or with the number cards to make a matching activity. Makes a great math center! #multiplication #multiplicationactivities #mathtaskcards #mathkidsandchaos #elementarymath #grade2math #grade3math Pre K, Maths Resources, Multiplication, 4th Grade Maths, 2nd Grade Math, Math Task Cards, 3rd Grade Math, 4th Grade Math, Math Activities

Make multiplication fun and relevant with this set of 24 'real life' arrays task cards. Each task card has a colour photograph of a multiplication array from everyday life. Use these cards with either the recording sheet, or with the number cards to make a matching activity. Makes a great math center! #multiplication #multiplicationactivities #mathtaskcards #mathkidsandchaos #elementarymath #grade2math #grade3math

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Vanesa Wong

3-Act Math Tasks are some of the most powerful learning experiences I've used in my middle school classroom. Learn about the research behind these effective teaching practices, and grab some incredible ready-to-go lessons for every grade level, primary to high school! #math #mathteacher #mathclass #3actmath #teaching

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Haley Listo
Time Poster Pre K, Homeschool Math, Education Math, Math Lessons, Learning Math, Teaching Math, Learning Mathematics, Writing Skills, Good Vocabulary

A Free Time Poster to print and hang in your classroom. Hang the poster on your math wall or use when teaching about time. Click the picture below to download it and start using it today. Check out more TIME resources below. Are you looking for Elapsed Time? I have some fun and engaging task cards to help learn about elapsed time. This set includes 3 math centers! A total of 48 Task Cards. All Task Cards use 5 minute intervals. Here is a set of 20 worksheets all about time to the nearest 5…

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Renee' Behrens

Are there any kiddos in your class with a fixed math mindset? Do they give up or refuse to attempt to solve a math problem if they're afraid they will get a wrong answer? Are they reluctant to take on challenges and refuse to take a risk if they aren't sure they're right? Or do they say they're just not "good" at math? I have taught so many kids like this and it is frustrating to say the least. If you look back at their grades, you might discover many of these students made all A's in math…

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Ivey Farris