# Math Education

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Uses easy-to-understand diagrams and examples to remind students of the rules for operations involving integers. Print off as a notes page or blow up to A3 size for a poster in the classroom.

These Fraction, Decimal, and Percent conversions posters are a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn converting decimals, converting percents, and convertin…

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Here is a great chart to help your students to remember how to use integers in math. This little chart is great if your student is getting stuck with integers. It breaks down how and when to add, subtract, multiply and divide integers. This would go great in a math helps notebook. Read More

121 Likes, 7 Comments - Mrs. Rory Yakubov (@iteachalgebra) on Instagram: “💜 My solving absolute value equations anchor chart totally helped my students! 💜”

We've been reviewing everything over the last few weeks. We started testing writing in February, and it seems like we've been testing ever since. That's made for a very long end of year... I can't take credit for this idea, it comes from my teammate. This is how it happened in my classroom though. It's a super idea and my students were engaged and loved it. To review decimal numbers, she made a tented cards with a decimal number on each; one for every student. I strung a piece of yarn across…

I'm popping in today to share some long division activities and anchor charts that have been sitting since December just waiting to be post...

Math and Science classes could have been sponsored by Mattel this year with all the Barbie involved! You can read about our super fun Barbie Bungee adventures here or over at my awesome partner science teacher's blog where we dropped Barbie from the top of the football stadium bleachers. After doing Barbie Bungee with our students this year for scatter plots, we leaked the plans that we would also be doing Barbie Zipline. Students had really been looking forward to this and as soon as they…

This post is a round up of some of my favorite engaging ways to review that are student approved. These are also pretty low prep and easy to implement.

Update 11/28 For more information on this strategy and a Flash Freebie, (sorry! Flash Freebies are over like that!) please check out my latest post and store. Thank you! ******************************************************************************* Happy Thursday everyone! It seems like it should already be Friday. One three day weekend and I get so spoiled:) Just in case you didn't check back in on Monday's post, Gus was found safe and sound! While I was cruising through the weekend linky…

I develop curriculum for middle school math. I focus on using critical-thinking skills in my content so the math makes sense to the students.

This is a quick and engaging way for students to practice identifying rational and irrational numbers quickly. It can be used as cyclical review of the difference between rational and irrational numbers. Supports CCSS 8.NS.A.1 You might also like: Approximating Irrational Numbers War Irrationa...

Engage your students in fun cooperative learning tasks while activating critical thinking and problem solving skills. Your students will work in pairs using two sets of tangrams to construct various shapes. Each card has a primary task, as well as a "BONUS" task to keep your fast-finishers busy whi...

A blog about math education, teaching ideas, and organizing the classroom.

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When teaching students how to convert numbers from standard notation to scientific notation and back the other way, it’s a common practice to teach them the steps. However, this approach risks reducing this concept to

My students had a lot of problems understanding distributive property with Algebra this year. I found the concept of using Angry Birds onlin...