# Math strategies

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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 sooooooo...

UPDATE: Head on over to my new Math Important Book blog for detailed posts regarding this project. The Math Important Book project is go...

Marshmallow Geometry is a fun way to teach the names and characteristics of 2D shapes.

5 Activities to Teach Angles

That first day of school is so full of jitters, for both the teacher and the students. Every time August hits and the weather changes I get that overwhelming feeling of uncertainty. What is the new school year going to bring? Am I ready? What are the students going to be like? It doesn't seem…

Geometry is one of those wonderful math subjects that can be so much fun to teach!! It lends itself to engaging HANDS-ON and UP-AND-OUT-OF-YOUR-SEAT lessons!! These are some of my favorite lessons for teaching geometry!! This post contains affiliate links to amazon.com. If you make a purchase from amazon.com through the links on this page, CreateTeachShare…

Long division is often identified as the most difficult math concept to teach. If we as teachers struggle with teaching long division, then our students will surely struggle with learning it. One of the main reasons

Help your students see the connections between the inequality symbols, the choice of open/closed points on a number-line, and the choice of soft/hard brackets in the interval notation. I encourage you to use the color-coded version so your students can ask themselves, "Can I include this point?" Gre...

This Free Prime Numbers Poster is perfect for any 4th, 5th, 6th grade math classroom! Perfect for your bulletin board or word wall - just print, cut, and mount!

I told Big Brother that we would be taking a break from school for the summer, but that I would be giving him some tasks to review math. He rolled his eyes and sighed, but agreed. He really loves using the dry erase board. So... I picked up one from the dollar section at target…

“Wouldn't this be great for the first week of school & easy to revise for any grade level? http://t.co/lpCN5KrS88”

With references for slope, y-intercept, x-intercept, origin, grid, graph, table, x and y axis, domain and range, increasing and decreasing, quadratics, graphing exponential functions, systems of equations, systems of inequalities, parallel and perpendicular lines on the coordinate plane, compound in...

This year, I'm teaching Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 for the third time and Trigonometry for the first time. Every year, my school offers a diff...