Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Five Hand-On Ways to Teach Multiplication

Five Hand-On Ways to Teach Multiplication

Let students learn how math concepts are connected to the real world as they design their own 3D TINY HOUSE! Area, perimeter, and geometry-- math is everywhere in this project based learning activity (PBL). Designing, creating, and problem solving are key features of this resource. Build a Tiny House!

Build A Tiny House! Project Based Learning Activity, A PBL

Let students learn how math concepts are connected to the real world as they design their own 3D TINY HOUSE! Area, perimeter, and geometry-- math is everywhere in this project based learning activity (PBL). Designing, creating, and problem solving are key features of this resource. Build a Tiny House!

Doing Well in Math Poster Chart- Singapore Math 2nd grade

Doing Well in Math Poster Chart- Addition Example

Work Backwards - Different Activities, Strategies, and Resources to Help Your Students Become Masters at Problem-Solving in Math

5 Activities for Teaching Problem-Solving

Work Backwards - Different Activities, Strategies, and Resources to Help Your Students Become Masters at Problem-Solving in Math

Perfect display for my maths working wall, to encourage the LAP's when trying to understand digital time

Perfect display for my maths working wall, to encourage the LAP's when trying to understand digital time

I like this saying because it encourages that mistakes are ok to make. I expect my students to show effort in the work that they do, and mistakes are fixable and acceptable as long as they keep trying. I would put this saying on a poster (on vinyl sticker like the one here) and keep in my classroom to remind students that it is ok to make mistakes.

I like this saying because it encourages that mistakes are ok to make. I expect my students to show effort in the work that they do, and mistakes are fixable and acceptable as long as they keep trying. I would put this saying on a poster (on vinyl sticker like the one here) and keep in my classroom to remind students that it is ok to make mistakes.

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