Georgina Douglas

Georgina Douglas

Georgina Douglas
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You don't have to print it to do the activity: Toilet Paper Math Challenge Project ~ Area and Perimeter

Toilet Paper Math Challenge Project ~ Area and Perimeter. paper pieces to take up less room and be able to do it in the classroom (different number of squares per group)

Math is amazing

Math and physics have always been my favorite subject to study in school! I can do hours of math or physics and wont ever get tired!

Oh my, this drives me insane. It's not that hard, people! What were you doing in 4th grade and how did you possibly make it through high school??? And furthermore, how will you ever help your children with their homework!?!!

There's a difference. It drives me nuts that people use the wrong spellings!

I am a huge believer that students cannot and will not be able to achieve what we ask of them unless we EXPLICITLY teach/show them what we expect!  This blog post addresses the idea that "learning behaviors" need to be taught right along with academic content!

Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Explicitly Taught Learning Behaviors. Yes yes yes! I am a huge believer that students cannot and will not be able to achieve what we ask of them unl

Your dinner versus you're dinner. Something to share with students about the importance of grammar.

Your dinner v. you're dinner: one leaves you nourished, the other leaves you dead. Correct grammar: it saves lives. <-- correct spelling, too

great way to explain how regrouping really works. - use with my kiddos who are still struggling with the concept!!

Excellent way to conceptually teach subtraction with regrouping. Maybe use tens and ones blocks instead. (Borrowing a bundle of tens)