### The Best Teaching Tool for Learning Math Concepts! – Student Savvy

The Best Teaching Tool for Learning Math Concepts!

### High School Math Word Wall Ideas

3 high school Math word wall ideas.

### Laura Candler's Geometry File Cabinet

Laura Candler's Geometry File Cabinet includes helpful freebies and teaching resources for the upper elementary grades.

### Classroom Posters and Charts [Educational and Motivational]

See why so many teachers love our incredible selection of motivational and educational classroom posters and charts. We have something for every subject and grade level!

### 4 Important Things to Include on an Algebra 2 Word Wall

4 important things to add to an Algebra 2 bulletin board. Yes, even big kids like them! This is a snapshot of one part of the word wall in my high school Math classroom. This part is for Algebra 2. I'll have to take photos of the Geometry and Algebra sections too.

### Getting Started with Interactive Math Notebooks - Create Teach Share

I have been using interactive math notebooks in my classroom for as long as I can remember. Math notebooks are a great place for students to take notes, record definitions and sample problems, and practice new skills. They are perfect to use for direct instruction and guided practice, in small groups or as a whole class.…

### Using Hands-On Inquiry in High School Geometry

Hands-On DIscovery Lessons (both tech and non-tech based) for Vertical Angles, Triangle Sum Theorem, Exterior Angles, Transversals & Parallel Lines, and more: How to set up the lessons

### Word Walls in Secondary Math

Blog post with tips on using a word wall in middle or high school math

### How I Teach Vocabulary - With Handouts - Teaching Sam and Scout

Could also do this with primary, with rewards for students who use the weekly/fortnightly words in their usual writing tasks.

### High School Geometry Vocabulary Bingo

Bingo covering the first semester of 10th grade Geometry Vocabulary - 30 bingo cards with 55 vocabulary words. The bingo cards show pictures with room for students to label each picture,...

### Book of Transformations

I wanted to share a newly created resource that I made before it is too late for some teachers to use. I made this "Book of Transformations" for my students to use this year. Book of Transformations Transformations Reference Sheet In the middle column, I am going to have students write out the rule (with help from their reference sheet). To make copies: Print out document and copy 1-2 sided in the order that the pages come out. (If you need extra help, let me know!) Sorry for being MIA, but…

### Right Triangle Trigonometry with Clinometers

I've been going out of my way this year to make my geometry classes more applicable. At the first of the year my kids really struggled, so I've tried to re-invent the way I teach. I'm doing a lot more application and less theory. I'm not saying that's the way it should be done, just that this is what works with my particular group of students. Today we went outside and measured the heights of some of the taller objects around campus. We used homemade clinometers to do this. Since we only had…

### Design a Haunted House Project Based Learning PBL | Halloween Activities

Halloween Project-Based Learning for math and reading for 4th, 5th, and 6th grades has never been more fun and engaging! Use the Design a Haunted House PBL unit to make October math more creative. Teachers and students love this Halloween activities unit! #pbl #projectbasedlearning #5thgrade #4thgrade #halloweenmath

### A Day in the Life of a Teen With Dyscalculia

Forget algebra and geometry. For teenagers with dyscalculia, even basic arithmetic can be a struggle. Use this visual guide to see how trouble with number concepts and quantities can affect a high-schooler's daily life.

### Math Notes - Parkview Elementary

great way to teach parallel lines interesected by a transversal! I am doing this this week in my room :)

### Challenge of the Week

One fun math idea to incorporate as a weekly routine is a Challenge of the Week problem. It is optional for students to give it a try, but I've found that just by adding the word challenge and hyping it up a little bit...kids love to give it a shot! The problem is always an extension of what we are studying that week in class. I put each new challenge up on Monday morning and students have until the end of the day on Thursday to turn in their solutions to the turn in basket pictured. We go…