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Whole Class or Workshop Approach? I vacillate between the two.  To be honest, the best set up for my teaching style (and most of the classes I’ve taught) is a combination approach.  September is a great time of year to remain in whole-class-mode for math lessons.  You establish expectations, you gain a greater appreciation for the differences in your students’ abilities, and you get a solid foothold on the structure, language, and purpose of math class.  Your students do too! Then, after the…

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Graphing

Graphing, Math

Looking for graphing ideas, lessons, and activities?  This page highlights three for you. Graph of the Day or Week:   I’ve created an e-book of sorts that explains this activity.  View or Download Graph of the Week or Day Printables Spin, Tally, Graph:  Students work independently (or in partnerships) after a mini lesson on spinning, tallying, and graphing results.  They spin the spinner, tally the results, and then create a bar graph.  After another mini lesson about how to read a…

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Calendar Math

Calendar Math, Math

THIS post was last updated on:  7.7.17 WHY Teach Calendar Math? Calendar time is a great way to incorporate a daily review of math skills learned throughout the year.  On this page you’ll find three resources: Calendar Math Wall Information Calendar SMARTBoard Files Information Calendar Binder File Information In our classroom we utilize the Calendar Smartboard, but I have used all three resources at one point in time.  Read on for more details and for the downloads! I’d like to…

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