Lisa Jo
can't explain the house, but I can explain the "Divide by 0 thing" for those that haven't passed Grade 6 math. It is impossible to divide by zero, you just can't do it. My teacher often joked that if one of her students divided by zero a black hole would open in the classroom and we would all be sucked in.

gabrielle
Nice visual for prime and composite numbers. #math 4th Grade This is a math worksheet that students could make in the classroom themselves. This is to teach prime numbers and could be a base for multiplication or fraction lesson. Students would like this because its an art project and a beautiful visual in a classroom.

gabrielle
Nice visual for prime and composite numbers. #math 4th Grade This is a math worksheet that students could make in the classroom themselves. This is to teach prime numbers and could be a base for multiplication or fraction lesson. Students would like this because its an art project and a beautiful visual in a classroom.

lilia
Writing in the math classroom is vital. In these weekly problems, students solve the math problem and then explain their work in complete sentence...

ericka
This pin is from a third grade teacher who lets her students play boggle quietly when they are done with their reading work. I would use it in my classroom and use the letters that make up the vocabulary words from the story that they are currently reading. I think it's such a neat idea because it integrates reading and spelling. Students like any type of game during the school day.

evelyn
Math Workshop- this teacher explains exactly how she conducts her guided math lessons in her third grade classroom. (extremely informative post that includes a FREEBIE!)

LiveLoveLaughMyLife
This teacher gave up all punishment plans in her classroom and the kids learned how to behave. This is what I want! However, my student teaching (I fell like I need to mention it was in an urban setting) expedience made me believe that would be impossible. The dream is alive again and if I need reminding, I'll read this.

ofelia
Free Classroom Job Application - Students choose the top 3 classroom jobs that they would like to do, and explain why they would do that job well. Real world application.

carlani
This is truly a unique collection of activities and resources that are designed to be used in either a 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom during the first day and throughout the first week of school. If a teacher can inspire students in those first few moments of school then, the atmosphere for a productive, engaged learning environment is set for the rest of the year. This package includes:

marta
3RD GRADE MATH ENRICHMENT RESEARCH PROJECTS FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR FOR EARLY FINISHERS AND ADVANCED LEARNERS! A SIMPLE WAY TO ADD CHALLENGE AND RIGOR WITH LITTLE TEACHER PREP! AN EXCELLENT WAY TO PROMOTE TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM! Adding enrichment to your classroom should not have to be time consuming and difficult to manage. This program is easy to manage and extremely rewarding for your students. I began using the weekly “Math Research Projects” strategy last year in my classroom and I’m...$

Susan Harvey
A bundle of multiplication rhymes to help your students remember those hard to memorize facts. The students in my classroom love these rhymes! This is a really fun way to help students retain those hard to remember facts! #math

MOSCARDO
This is a great reading chart to have in any grade, including 4th - 8th grade classrooms! It is a chart that talks about goals students have for their reading and when they achieve different steps they can move up on the poster. I think it would be a great incentive in the classroom for kids to want to read more! I would probably make mine a little more colorful and creative, but I love the idea!

janie
This is a bundle of all of my math spoons games. It covers multiple math skills in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade. Some skills include area, perimeter, missing factors, multiplication division, ten frames, counting, math facts, and more. These are great math activities for extra practice, review, remediation, small group math games, math centers, and an exciting way to engage students in math in your classroom. #math#mathgames

melwayne
This is a great reading chart to have in any grade, including 4th - 8th grade classrooms! It is a chart that talks about goals students have for their reading and when they achieve different steps they can move up on the poster. I think it would be a great incentive in the classroom for kids to want to read more! I would probably make mine a little more colorful and creative, but I love the idea!

Namaa
I would like to have this in my classroom and it would serve as a bookshelf, but the colored shelves would each represent a different reading level. This would allow students to pick books that are on their level.

myra
Engage students in no-prep hands-on activities that get them thinking about math. These Cut & Paste Math Activities for Third Grade help students strategically reason through which answer is correct. Students also have to explain their thinking and write in answers. It's not just matching!

elinor
You place each flower like a precious thing in the vase & the sun fills the room around you & I can't believe I didn't see it until now in everything you do, those small touches that leave each thing you love standing prefectly in the light. by Brian Andreas

shelly
As a math interventionist in an urban Massachusetts district, I have worked with my fair share of disinterested students. I enjoy the challenge, and I make it my goal to find a way to connect with each child and help them develop their math skills – no matter their current level. I would like to share three types of activities that have worked for me and my students in middle school math! By Free to Discover.

stacey
I created these Common Core Math Worksheets to pair with my Interactive Math Notebooks for 5th grade. I am using the 5th grade version in my own classroom with my 5th grade notebook pages. I wanted something to use to reinforce, or follow-up each of the notebook pages that my students complete. Each page reviews the concepts and skills that are presented in the notebook pages. I use these for homework, follow-up assignments, and sometimes as quizzes. ...