# Math Tips

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Students will love these handwritten guided notes on the unit circle (in both radians or degrees) and graphs of trigonometric functions, including sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, and cot. You have the option of giving students a blank copy to fill out, or providing them with the answer key! Download and p...

Neste artigo você vai aprender as duas formas para se calcular variação percentual entre dois números. Dois exemplos completos resolvidos passo a passo.

Using FractionsYou need to be able to:1. Cancel fractions down. 2. Change improper (top-heavy, e.g. 3/2) fractions into mixed numbers (e.g. 1 ½) and vice-versa. 3. Multiply and divide fractions. 4. Add and subtract fractions. 5. Find fractions of quantities. 6. Use ratio. Your calculator should have a fraction button which does all of the above easily - learn how to use it properly! However, now there is a non-calculator exam paper you also need to be able to do all of the above by hand. We…

6 easy steps to master med math, dosage calculations and dimensional analysis for nurses. Never second guess yourself again!

Are you interested in math centers, but don’t know what to do during your small group instruction time? Perhaps you tried using your math textbook but found you wasted time deciding which problems to complete and which to skip? I faced this exact problem. I only had 15 to 20 minutes with each small group. ... Read more

23 ways to use dice in math class!How can you bring some hands-on spontaneity into your math classroom? It’s super easy! Invest in some dice and get some inspiration below. When you make math more hands-on, you not only more successfully engage your students, but you are helping the learning stick in their brains; retention is improved.

I love all these ideas for math projects for the end of the year!! Perfect for middle or high school math with real world connections. Projects include floor plans, sports, sculptures, creating cities, researching colleges, and more. Lots of skills like graphing, volume, scale drawing, area, perimeter, density, and cost calculations.

Teaching multiplication to your 3rd grade students should be fun. Use anchor charts and flip books to introduce each multiplication strategy and then hands-on games, activities and printables to help them remember their times tables. The multiplication activities are perfect for math centers, partner work, morning work or extra activities for early finishers. #multiplication #timestables #multiplicationgames #multiplicationactivities

The idea for this resource woke me up from my sleep at about 4am the other morning! I must have been dreaming about one of Vi Hart’s amazing ‘maths doodle’ videos, in particular t…

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Teaching times tables to kids can be difficult (am I right?!), but we’ve got 15 ideas to make teaching multiplication fun. With tons of free printables to choose from, these multiplication games and activities are perfect for 2nd to 5th grade learning, and can be used both in the classroom and at home.

The favorite family game has been altered to be played so that kids can practice their multiplication fact fluency! These sheets can be printed and laminated for permanent use. Perfect for partners to play during a Math Workshop.

Anchor Charts - Math -fraction, Decimals & Percents