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“New #sketchnote: The Iceberg Illusion, inspired by @matthewsyed's book "Bounce" cc @ShellTerrell @dougpete #edchat”

This was the BEST review activity I have ever done! I even overheard a 7th grade boy say, "Wow, this is FUN!" That my friends, is hard to do - especially in math class when we are working on solvi...

Well a MUCH better week this week and a long weekend! Whoohoooo! Here are some of my math interactive notes, I love how math is coming tog...

We came back from winter break with a two day week last week. I really wanted to do a review of multiplication concepts, because we had been away from school for twelve days. So I had planned some …

Calvin & Hobbes is copyright Bill Watterson and UPS Here is a little worksheet I made for students to explore common algebra mis...

Such a great poster! Maths for the kids, show them the language behind the different symbols used in maths! www.teachthis.com.au

Solve this problem in a different way.I love this one! Kids that have always been good at math, are very good at following the algorithms. But not thinking outside of the given method. They often do not like this question in the beginning of the year, but as they get more comfortable I can see …

Khan Academy & Disney have created a new (and free) animation curriculum set where kids can learn the equations behind Pixar movies.

Most students learn about fractions using the area model. Understanding only this representation of fractions can pose a problem when students advance into the upper elementary grade levels as well as into middle school. The area model is usually represented with a circle that is divided into equal sections. Rectangles are also used for this model. When different word problems are posed, students often have difficulty with visualizing the meaning of fractions when only one representation is…

The idea for this resource woke me up from my sleep at about 4am the other morning! I must have been dreaming about one of Vi Hart’s amazing ‘maths doodle’ videos, in particular t…

The www.mathscareers.org.uk website is simply brilliant. Colourful, engaging and full of quality content, it shows pupils what career paths maths could take them on. I thoroughly recommend you tak…

A blog about teaching middle school math from a teacher who hated math as a student.

Now that my students know product, power and quotient rule, I introduced them to the negative exponent rule today. It went over really well. I have them follow the exact rules above to simplify everything, then move any variable with a negative exponent to the denominator at the end of the problem. Once I was confident that they had that concept down, it was game time!! I made this Koosh Ball game about 4 years ago and play it every year. The kids LOVE it. I pulled two desks to the front and…

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If you're not making time for math games, your students are missing out! Check out these 5 math games every classroom needs to play!