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a bulletin board with two signs attached to it's sides that read, math joke of the week flip for answer what did the zero say to the guy?
Math Joke of the Week Posters
a chalkboard sign that says have you ever been math or treating?
Math or Treating- Learning on Halloween Day
a poster showing the slope of a line with negative and non - negative signs on it
Slope of a Line anchor chart - with emojis and Slope Man
a drawing of a person climbing up a wall with the words walking and climbing above it
Remember axis letters
an image of a board game with squares and blocks on it's side, as well as the words gridlock
A love of learning, a love of life
a colorful polka dot background with the words coordinate graphing with smarties on it
Common Core Free Resources Edition #2
Creativity In the Common Core Classroom: Common Core Free Resources Edition #2
a colorful poster with the words, how to draw a slope stained glass window math project
Slope Stained Glass Math Project
Head over to my blog to learn about how my students made these beautiful slope stained glass projects using math skills they learned about slope, linear equations, the different types of slope, graphing lines on the coordinate plane, and x and y intercepts. This is such a fun project for students to show what they know in a way other than an assessment! Bringing art into math class is always a sure way to build student engagement! #hellolearning #slope #mathprojects
a bulletin board with sticky notes attached to it's sides and the words, it's a brand new week and it's time to think of things to think of things
24 Morning Message Ideas to Get Your Day Started on the Right Foot
a piece of paper with writing on it that says, the toilet paper game first day school activity
First Day of School Activities for Big Kids - Teaching with a Mountain View
a bulletin board with sticky notes attached to it
Into the Second Week
First week of school, this can be used for beginning of the year discussions of expectations. What's Skow-ing on in 4th Grade??: Into the Second Week