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Bildresultat för solution-driven methods of problemsolving

Bildresultat för solution-driven methods of problemsolving

Favorite joke:  What does an acorn say when he grows up?  Gee-ometry!  (Gee, I'm a tree!)   -Cheesy math joke bulletin board

Haha, math jokes: What does an acorn say when he grows up? (Gee, I'm a tree!

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Brain Breaks....great idea for academically heavy days!

Free printable for Brain Breaks - roll a die for each column and perform the brain break. Encourages using both sides of the body, physical movement and alerting activities. Great for in school for quick movement breaks or indoor recess.

Girl: Math jokes never work on me. Boy: Is it because you have trouble differentiating them, or because they’re not an integral part of your life? Girl: They often just don’t add up! --- Follow My Math Jokes Board for more Math Humor: http://www.pinterest.com/mathfilefolder/math-jokes-humor/ #MathHumor #MathJokes

Introducing humor in a mathematics class, at any level, can help reduce students’ math anxiety and make math more interesting. Math jokes can help make math fun

Part part whole cards/fact fluency/1st Grade Math Centers

grade Number Activities aligned with the Common Core State Standards

Math Flashcards, Skip Counting Posters, and More!

Math Flashcards, Skip Counting Posters, and More!

Free Math Worksheets Go to Erica Bohrer's First Grade for Free Math Worksheets: 65 Page Math Ring, Flashcards, and Mini Posters Packet **Updated: Please not

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