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If you haven't discovered the Murderous Maths series, it is a great addition to your middle and high school math classroom. Key to getting the less "mathy" students engaged with math concepts. Read more on the blog post...

This real-world math simulation is a great way to work with decimals and number sense. Students go through 4 quarters, building their business - making decisions and discovering what happens. 3 different businesses included.

FREE math warm-up. You give the answer the students come up with the questions. Great for whatever skill students are learning. Love to see how creative kids can get.

This Brain Bounce math game helps your kiddos practice addition, subtraction, greater than, and less than concepts. This great math game facilitates ELA and math skills for your kids. You can also use these math game cards in a math center or as a Scoot game. Included: -24 Math Game Cards -Directions to Brain Bounce math game -Recording and Answer sheets

Funky Penguins Addition Facts - Color Your Answers Printables for Winter Addition, perfect for winter time in your classroom. Time to mix up the colors so the students can't predict the answers. FIVE No Prep Printables that can be used for your math center, small group, RTI pull out, seat work or homework. #TpT #FernSmithsClassroomIdeas

Full of fall math fun! We've included lots of great Halloween math classwork and activities to help your kiddos learn while having fun. There are several Halloween math sheets and activities that cover different math objectives. There is even a fun song about the fact families. Included: - Halloween Math Scoot addition game: 1-10 with teacher guide -Halloween Math Scoot subtraction game: 1-10 with teacher guide - Halloween Math Number cards with teacher guide

This is one of my favorite Geogebra products! It has great potential. With this highly interactive and visual tool, students independently and effectively discover all of the effects of changing the parameters ( "a", "b" "c" and "d" ) in trigonometric translations while you facilitate!