If you’re looking for a fun and educational math game for your students to play on St. Patrick’s Day,
This week I’m collaborating with 30 other math educators to bring you three HUGE bundles of ready-to-use math resources at
Daily problem solving is a highly effective way to help your students master the Common Core mathematical practice standards. Fortunately,
If you enjoy teaching math (or even if you don’t!), you’ll love the resources in the
Do you love math? Or are you convinced that the math train left the station without you long ago? No matter how
When students struggle in math, it’s often due to their beliefs about what it takes to be successful
Growth mindset is much more than a buzzword, and nowhere is this more apparent than in mathematics.
Do you teach quadrilateral classification? If so, did you know there are THREE ways to define a trapezoid? Americans use either the
We know that current math standards require students to learn through modeling using manipulatives. I have been using LEGO bricks for many
Motivating kids before a holiday break can be a challenge, especially if you’re still expected to teach skills and review academic content.
Order of operations can be frustrating to teach, but it doesn’t have to be. There’s no question that this is an extremely
Kids often get confused between area and perimeter, so they need lots of practice with these skills. When I noticed that my