Shamima Kathree

Shamima Kathree

Shamima Kathree
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2-D and 3-D Shapes Poster I love how the students can see the comparison on the same chart!

and Shapes Poster. I love how the students can see the comparison on the same chart! I love comparisons. they are REAL learning connections

Seen this before, but always forget about it

math: Fun math trick and a visual representation of multiplication that actually makes sense and goes pretty quickly (aka students don't have to draw 25 groups of

Have students learn defining attributes of shapes by building 2D shapes using marshmallows and tooth picks. Students will use this to document their findings while building 2D shapes.

Have students learn defining attributes of shapes by building shapes using marshmallows and tooth picks. Students will use this to document their findings while building shapes.

This all-purpose healing salve is packed with powerhouse ingredients, like coconut oil, olive oil, and essential oils. You'll never want to be without it!

Made up of simple ingredients like coconut oil, olive oil, pure essential oils from Spark Naturals, and a splash of vitamin E to create an organic salve with Neosporin-like properties. A salve that will protect, disinfect AND moisturize.

Could be adapted into a collage game with pre-cut shapes of various colors and sizes. Kids would place the shapes first, rolling the die a specified number of times, then rearrange if desired before gluing them down.

shape resources - Shape games and activities - ideal for introducing new shapes. Or use the dice to to tell students what shapes to draw in a composition or cut shapes to place in a composition.

Give this classic SAT rate problem to your students T-O-M-O-R-R-O-W. I actually love these, and if your students can fully understand these types of problems, then they’re off to a great start! Don’t forget to subscribe at MathEdge.Com so you can get notification of the detailed solution when it is posted.

Give this classic SAT rate problem to your students T-O-M-O-R-R-O-W. I actually…

The weekend is here again.... and so is the next word problem of the day for this upcoming Monday. Have your students chew on this one for awhile before explaining the solution. This will help your students form useful questions that you can in-turn use to gain insight into their thinking and provide information on where to focus your teaching efforts. Visit my blog and don't forget to sign up for email notification of posts & solutions.

The WPOTD was released over the weekend. hopefully you all had a chance to look it over. Have your student digest this problem (mentally that is. don't feed it to them LOL) :-)

Ready to rock your student's brains again? Here is the next Word Problem of the Day (WPOTD). To get the most value out of these WPOTDs, here's what I recommend...

Ready to rock your student's brains again? Here is the next Word Problem of the Day (WPOTD). To get the most value out of these WPOTDs, here's what I recommend.

How to teach evens and odds so kids will truly understand. Engaging and hands on lessons for teaching even and odd numbers $

How to teach evens and odds so kids will truly understand. Engaging and hands on lessons for teaching even and odd numbers

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Second Grade - Even and Odd Numbers - Even Steven & Odd Todd Anchor Chart great for a large group setting.