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Classifying Polygons with Math Foldables - 2D Shape Classification
2-D Shapes Foldables and 2 Dimensional Shapes Foldables are fun for elementary students in 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade! Instead of a 2-dimensional shape worksheet, try these interactive notebook math foldable templates for kids. Great math activities and geometry ideas for 2-D Shape learning. Includes mini anchor charts for math journals! #mathfoldables #mathinteractivenotebook
Getting Started with Interactive Math Notebooks - Create Teach Share
I have been using interactive math notebooks in my classroom for as long as I can remember. Math notebooks are a great place for students to take notes, record definitions and sample problems, and practice new skills. They are perfect to use for direct instruction and guided practice, in small groups or as a whole class.…
Showing What We KNOW in Math Journals
Using math journals in kindergarten and first grade is an interactive way to cover many of common core standards and mathematical practices. Students solve word problems using manipulative and showing their learning in a more abstract way. These work grea
Kindergarten Math Journal Prompts | The BUNDLE
Kindergarten Math Journals on a daily basis are a great way to review reinforce math concepts in a creative way. Working this activity into your day is so simple and quick. My students love their kindergarten math journals! Each month contains 30 math journal prompts that are linked to the common ...
Getting Started with Math Journals
This free resource provides practice pages for folding, glue, and beginning journaling skills. It is tiered for Kinder-4th grade. Also included are 6 different labels for math journals/notebooks, a clean-up caddy sign for a scraps and trash bin, as well as editable tabs and dividers designed for students to write information, formulas, and reference notes to help organize their journal.
Everything You Need to Know About Math Journals
Facebook0Tweet0Pin807 Math journaling is a great way to get insight into your students’ thoughts about math and their problem-solving strategies and a wonderful addition to ANY math program from grades K-12. This page will help you set up and manage an easy-to-maintain math journal system in your classroom. FAQs about math journaling What’s a math …
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
Please hold me. I’m starting to see the glimmer of hope for real life school routines while also still in repeat that one more time ok one more time…no wait…one more time mode. The reality of the FULL SCHOOL YEAR ahead is sinking in. It’s getting SO REAL up in here y’all. Ok, no […]
MORE Math Notebooking!
This year's math notebook is even more awesome than last year's! I am MUCH more proud of this one! :) My kids are so excited each time we make something to put in it and are even more excited that they get to take it to 5th grade with them next year! I have some of the pages available--look for the links! Hope you enjoy!!! Expanded form cards Trailing Zero journal page Introduction to fractions journal pages I choose not to use our math textbook--in fact, the fourth graders I had three years…
A Peek in My Planbook: Frayer Model Vocabulary
I'm linking up with Jodi at Clutter-Free Classroom for "A Peek in My Planbook" linky party. This is something that I introduced last week d...
Open House Pizzazz! (Project 1)
A Marvelous Math Project. . . With Open House is just around the corner, and I don’t know about you, but I love doing Open House projec...
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
This year I implemented math journaling (beginning in October) and I have blogged about this venture before. You can read that here. But today, I want to answer a question I get about math journals. How often do you check your math journals? Let me just say I thoroughly analyze spot check them in two […]
Writing-The Math Strategy that Works
If you really want your students to remember those math concepts, there's one sure-fire way to get it done.....writing! It's all about the brain, baby! Learn why it works so well, and get great math writing prompts to use today!
This is it...
Heart pounding, rapid breathing, nightmares...yep, it's that time of year. Back to school...dun dun dun. Okay I actually may be a little dramatic there (ask anyone who knows me, it's not uncommon!). But seriously, every year I feel like this. The anxiety of the unknown plus the excitement of getting back into the classroom and teaching. I think that when I get to the point in my career that I don't feel like this it will be a sign to quit teaching. There are many things that I worry about…