Cuisenaire rods - something went horribly wrong for me with Maths after this stage...

Cuisenaire rods - something went horribly wrong for me with Maths after this stage...

Math Poster Life is Chaos Math Teacher Gift by TheNerdyFamily

Math Poster Life is Chaos Math Teacher Gift by TheNerdyFamily

Learning with Elmer - activities include baking Elmer biscuits, patchwork Lego boards and Elmer fridge magnets.

Learning with Elmer - activities include baking Elmer biscuits, patchwork Lego boards and Elmer fridge magnets.

This language is not of definitive symbols as expressed by the caucasoid/mankind/neanderthal but of patterns, shapes, synchronicities, chaos & order of the individual & the whole expressed by your Ancestors! ~inspir8ional

This language is not of definitive symbols as expressed by the caucasoid/mankind/neanderthal but of patterns, shapes, synchronicities, chaos & order of the individual & the whole expressed by your Ancestors! ~inspir8ional

Yes, Math Games can have rigor, student accountability and be fun. Fractions 5.NF.A.1 . Subtracting Fractions, Subtracting Mixed Numbers, TGT, Teams Games Tournament, Chaos-Free Math Games great for home or school. 48 questions, students self-check the an

Yes, Math Games can have rigor, student accountability and be fun. Fractions 5.NF.A.1 . Subtracting Fractions, Subtracting Mixed Numbers, TGT, Teams Games Tournament, Chaos-Free Math Games great for home or school. 48 questions, students self-check the an

Students will choose a popsicle stick, solve the math problem, and then 'stack' it with the stick that has the right answer in the blue circle on the end. They then solve that problem, find the next matching stick, and so on. A true long-form activity that will allow you a bit of time to set up a new lesson, watch without interfering, or just take a breather from the chaos that is elementary school for a minute.

Students will choose a popsicle stick, solve the math problem, and then 'stack' it with the stick that has the right answer in the blue circle on the end. They then solve that problem, find the next matching stick, and so on. A true long-form activity that will allow you a bit of time to set up a new lesson, watch without interfering, or just take a breather from the chaos that is elementary school for a minute.

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