Whole Body Math Learning: Stomp It! Place Value Game | Creekside Learning
This DIY math game for kids is a great learning tool for kids who learn well by moving their whole bodies. I have one of those kids. Do you? When he’s not quite grasping a concept, I know it’s time to put away the books and papers and get moving. Here’s how we made a place value game to reinforce the concepts we were learning. We focused on hundreds of thousands on down, but one of my younger kids used this for thousands on down. You can adapt it to your needs. What you need: Painter’s tape…
6 Ed Tech Tools to Try in 2015 | Cult of Pedagogy
Although most of these tools aren't brand-new, they are all growing in popularity, and each one can enhance teaching and learning in unique, time-saving, or engaging ways.
Our 5 favorite 4th grade math worksheets | Parenting
4th grade math worksheets to give your child practice reducing fractions, working with angles, multi-digit multiplication, and line graphs.
Muffin Tin Math - Plain Vanilla Mom
Today I thought I would share with you a fun little math game that the oldest Mister and I created based on an activity I had originally done with the babycakes. For the big kids it became Muffin Tin Math! Mr. A looooves all things math. This was a HUGE hit! It could be scaled down …
Think Outside the Box: Student Led Conferences
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Math Art for Kids: Pi Skyline
Create fun math art with kids by graphing a pi skyline or cityscape using the numbers in pi. A creative Pi Day activity to celebrate Pi Day in a creative way.
East End schools partner to offer online coding program called kidOYO
The Mattituck-Cutchogue, Southold and Greenport school districts have partnered with other schools to offer the online coding course to students this year.