### Math to Make Them Think!

I love the thinking involved in this simple math challenge. I call it 'Can You Make It?' Here is what the game might look like. And ye...

a fun and engaging way to teach time telling!

### Roll It! Rounding Game

This FREE rounding game worked great in my math centers! The game board for rounding numbers to the nearest ten was perfect practice for my 3rd graders.

### What Worked.... and What Didn't

I love that Stephanie from Teaching in Room 6 decided to share this linky! It is a perfect reflection for the end of the year! Teaching ...

### Daily Schedule - Calendar and Math Stretch

This summer I read the book Guided Math by Laney Sammons. Chapter 3 was all about using Math Warm-Ups. A quote that stuck out to me was, "Participating in a variety of brief mathematical activities during the first 20-30 minutes of the day leads students to make subtle mental shifts into the world of mathematical awareness and learning." (Laney Sammons also has a book called Daily Math Stretches for K-2 that sounds interesting, but I haven't checked it out yet!) This is why I've always tried…

### Use these 5 actionable strategies today to grow your students' math vocabulary

Learn how to use the Frayer Model to reinforce math vocabulary in your classroom (and receive a FREE printable!)

### FREE Skip Counting Bookmarks

I love the idea of these FREE skip counting bookmarks! What a great way to remember to practice skip counting. Keep these in your math book and us

### Let's Go Dawgs... I mean Bama!!!!

I have no idea where to start with writing tonight. I took one day off and now I'm thinking, "Oh, my goodness! Why do these people all want to follow me?" I keep trying to think of a funny story and honestly, I can't think past the football game in the background. I'm a Georgia fan at heart (sorry Dad - it's not my fault), but ultimately I'm an SEC fan! I like the guy from Hawaii on Notre Dame, but I have to say, I hope Alabama slaughters them. Now, changing directions, this week we are…

### Greater Than/Less Than With Candy Corn

Here's a math activity you'll want to file for fall. Can be used at just about…

### A Fun {and Easy} Math Game

Walk the Plank is a fun game that students can play to practice their basic addition facts. Students love it so much they don't even realize they are practicing their math!

### Multiplication Flash Cards {Multiplication FOLDABLES for commutative property}

Multiplication foldables for mastering multiplication facts! No more losing math flashcards. Shows commutative property. Perfect math centers, practice homework, or print at 85% for interactive notebooks (ISNs). Multiplication facts 0 through 12. #Teachering

### Free App: Visualize Math Concepts with Number Pieces

Free math app using Base10 concept to visualize number and math concepts, great math teaching and practice tool for home and school.

### Preschool Math Games: Ice Cream Cone Number Matching

As the weather starts to go from cool and spring like to hot and summery, we're pulling out a few of our favorite ice cream themed math games. Our ice cream cone color matching game as well as our…

### Math Equals Love | Math Teaching Blog by Sarah Carter

My Algebra 1 students just finished up a mini-unit on graphing and solving one variable inequalities. As usual, every new unit starts with...

### Math Doodle Notes

Doodle Notes for Math Class - the proven benefits of communication between the left and right hemispheres of the brain

### Using Google Forms with Task Cards

In the education world, we are working on making the move to be more digital. This means going paperless. I love the concept of being paperless, but the actuality of it didn't always work for me. BUT I do have one strategy that I used with task cards over and over again that rocked!