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Proven Study Hacks to Help You Make The Grade [Infographic]

Why don't grade school teachers implement this every year. I didn't know what type of learner I was until I was 30 returning to college. Helps me a lot now & my kids. Think how much more it could help others ~The Best (and Worst) Study Habits

All kinds of math cartoons...kids will absolutely love these!

Your Momma Thinks Square Roots Are Vegetables: A FoxTrot Collection: Bill Amend…

Cool Math Trick where your answer is always For a fun math activity have each student try the trick with ten different numbers to determine if the trick really does work for ALL numbers.

Cool Math trick to get your students doing math with a bit of magic!

Cool Math trick to get your students doing math with a bit of magic! And a discussion about WHY this works!

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What You Should Know About Education In Finland - Infographic

Funny pictures about Why there's no homework in Finland. Oh, and cool pics about Why there's no homework in Finland. Also, Why there's no homework in Finland.

This St Patrick's Day plotting pictures was the PERFECT activity for my middle school math students right before St Patricks Day.  My 7th grade math students always need new activities to help them strengthen their skills at plotting ordered pairs on the coordinate grid.  I even think my Algebra students would like this Math worksheet.

St Patrick's Day Plotting Points - Mystery Picture

This St Patrick's Day themed coordinate plane graphing activity will strengthen your students' skill in graphing ordered pairs in all four quadrants. The ordered pairs in this activity are in all four quadrants and are all integers (no decimals).

Using Socratic questions for math learning helps students develop critical thinking skills and math strategies. It is also a form of math narration.

Using Socratic Questions To Enhance Math Learning

Using Socratic questions for math learning helps students develop critical thinking skills and math strategies. It is also a form of math narration.

Geometrocity - A city made of math.

It is finished! From playing City Manager and stamping my kids approval notices to watching other classes awe at their hard work, this was definitely one of the top ten activities we did this year!

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