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23 Ways to Use Dice in Math Class
23 ways to use dice in math class!How can you bring some hands-on spontaneity into your math classroom? It’s super easy! Invest in some dice and get some inspiration below. When you make math more hands-on, you not only more successfully engage your students, but you are helping the learning stick in their brains; retention is improved.
10 End of Year Math Projects
I love all these ideas for math projects for the end of the year!! Perfect for middle or high school math with real world connections. Projects include floor plans, sports, sculptures, creating cities, researching colleges, and more. Lots of skills like graphing, volume, scale drawing, area, perimeter, density, and cost calculations.
Engage and Motivate with Multiplication Activities that are Fun!
Teaching multiplication to your 3rd grade students should be fun. Use anchor charts and flip books to introduce each multiplication strategy and then hands-on games, activities and printables to help them remember their times tables. The multiplication activities are perfect for math centers, partner work, morning work or extra activities for early finishers. #multiplication #timestables #multiplicationgames #multiplicationactivities
Teaching Times Tables: 15 Fun Ways to Teach Kids Multiplication
Teaching Times Tables | If you’re looking for times tables tricks and games for kids, we’ve got 15 ideas to make teaching multiplication FUN. With tons of free printables to choose from, these multiplication games and activities are perfect for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade learning, and can be used both in the classroom and at home. We’ve included free math worksheets and loads of family games to encourage learning everyday! #homeschool #math #multiplication #timestables #teachingkidsmath
1,1,2,3,5,8...The Golden Ratio
A Prpporção Áurea pode ser ilustrada em dimensões especiais de Espirais, triângulos e retângulos, onde a relação entre o comprimento do lado mais curto para o lado de comprimento é 1,618 (phi). Foi notado por arquitetos gregos antigos como o retângulo mais agradável visualmente e suas dimensões foram utilizados para construir edifícios como o Parthenon.