Task cards are one of the best math activities. Using task cards in your classroom is so easy! You can use them for a review activity, math station, whole class activity, and so much more. Are you ready to learn how to create task cards in 5 easy steps!?
Have you looked for math worksheets and were unable to find one that fit your needs? Have you searched for math activities only to find mundane or boring activities? Are you ready to make your own math activities and make your math class more engaging? If any of these questions describes you, you are in the right place!
Transform your math block and include math stations! Math stations are a great way for students to practice skills, engage in their learning, and give you an opportunity to work with smaller groups of students. The days that I use math stations are some of my favorite days. I want to share with you some […]
Do you want to change it up and review solving one-step equations in a fun way? I have put together some review stations for my 6th grade math class that will be sure to engage your students too! These stations involve adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing to solve one-step equations. The answers come out “nicely” […]
Who doesn’t love a good theme day? Keep your students engaged in learning with a classroom transformation or two! At first, I was hesitant to incorporate transformations in my classroom because they honestly looked really expensive when I saw the transformations other teachers did! I am here to tell you that transformations to do not […]
Are you ready to get up and moving in your math class? It seems that math class gets a bad rap with just sitting and listening and it being boring. Well, what if we change that? Let’s get up and moving and having fun in math! Here are some ways that we can add movement into math class.
Do you want to create an environment in your classroom where students take risks and feel confident? Here are 5 ways to promote a positive math mindset in your classroom. 1. Display a math affirmation mirror. Students love to look at themselves in the mirror, right? Well, why not use that as a way to […]
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