### WHAT IF WE TAUGHT MATH LIKE WE TEACH EVERYTHING ELSE_

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Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for How to teach math. Get inspired and try out new things.

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Those days of forgetting their math facts? Staring blankly at a multiplication problem? Adding or subtracting when they should be multiplying? Done. Gone. Over. Those days are in the past! Today we’re going to learn how to teach multiplication facts to our students with disabilities so that they build conceptual knowledge and retention.

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Get hands-on math ideas and try these 30+ ways to teach math without a textbook, with interactive ideas from kindergarten to high school.

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How many of your students use their fingers to add numbers? I have some basic tips that will guide your students in the right direction to master addition skills so they will not use their fingers to add numbers. Students should master each step before moving on to the next step. The goal is to help students see numbers in a different way which will help them think about the numbers instead of counting on their fingers. Here are the steps that will help students become proficient! First…

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Create a solid math foundation with these tips for teaching place value in 1st grade. Use these ideas to avoid place value mistakes!

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Learn how I teach Guided Math every day! The set up and organization you need to get started with flexible groups in your classroom. From lesson plans, to center activities, I explain how we do it all!

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Learn how to play the Kaboom game in your classroom to make practicing math facts, sight words, and more a blast for your students!

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This post breaks down how I teach math in 5th grade and how my weekly instruction is structured, including the math resources needed.

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Searching for fun ways to practice math facts in your class? Read about these tips including interactive games and activities for teaching addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts in early elementary. You'll love these easy ways to get students working on math facts! Stop questioning how to teach math facts and looking for ideas your students will love! As a bonus, grab a FREE math game for you class today! Your first grade and second grade students will love these ideas!

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