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Homemade ModgePodge, in matte and glossy finish. Honestly, it probably cost this woman $2 to make this, plus a tbs of clear varnish for glossy..so maybe $2.50. Do this and save money!

Mod Podge in a Pint Jar (matte) Fill jar half way up with white glue (like Elmers) Then fill jar up with water. This is a mixture glue/water. It will have a Matte finish. If you would like a Glossy finish, add 1 TBS of clear varnish. Shake it!

Great idea for a measurement anchor chart to help kids visualize length. Could easily create one for the metric system.

Measurement benchmarks- good for grade CCSS. Last year we used only Body Parts as benchmarks but I like the idea of having several measurement benchmarks instead

3rd Grade Thoughts: Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations

Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations

Grade Thoughts: Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations anchor chart

Math Coach's Corner Book Study Mondays: What's Your Math Problem, Chapter 5

Book Study Mondays: What's Your Math Problem, Chapter 5

math vocabulary: perimeter

Perimeter Anchor Chart: don't tell me that math doesn't have a language all of its own. This is an example of careful and explicit teaching of maths vocab. A prime example of Australian curriculum covering the literacy and numeracy capabilities.

How to use Legos to teach a variety of different math to kids.

Tactile Learning: Lego Math Make exploring math concepts—including multiplication and place value—fun for students using Lego bricks.

a fun activity for the kids to use for solving math equations.  Can be easily differentiated for varying abilities.  Easy to adapt for clas

Math About Me: Figure Me Out! Beginning of the Year Math ~ Getting to know you activity. Can adapt and use from grades and up! From Shut the Door and Teach

Math Coach's Corner: Strategies for Elapsed Time

Strategies for Elapsed Time

Math Coach's Corner: Strategies for Elapsed Time. Love, LOVE elapsed time on a number line. And making a chart is another great strategy. This looks helpful but I pray I never have to teach elapsed time ever again!

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Math Monsters make greater-than, less-than, and equal signs come to life; the monster faces the bigger number and the equal sign faces forward. Its a cute way to teach the concept.

Math Power Towers - Not just for basic facts.  Can be used for exponents or any other fact that students need to just "know"

Math Power Towers-answer math fact correctly and continue to stack cups. Reading Power towers-name words correctly and stack a cup. Much more fun than flash cards!

Students find all the geometry in their names. Great idea!

Students find all the geometry in their names. In this activity, students describe, name, and interpret direction and distance in navigating space and apply ideas about direction and distance.

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