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Kim H
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Celebrating Pi Day...it's not just for Math class!
Hi there! I am here to tell you that I LOVE Pi Day! Every year March 14 comes around I get a little giddy! I think every math teacher understands. I always make it my personal mission to make a big deal out of it, and get the kids super excited, days in adv...

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Teacher Appreciation Sale
Super Secondary Appreciates Teachers! Super Secondary collaborators are eager to " thank you...thank you very much..."  for ALL that you do to make the world a better place! So shake, rattle, and roll on over to these TpT stores on May 5 th and 6 th to get ...

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Introducing the Secondary Mathletes!
Ever notice that the internet is flooded with elementary math ideas, but that finding quality secondary materials is virtually impossible.... LOOK NO FURTHER! I'd love to introduce you to the Secondary Mathletes! Live.Love.Math - Danielle Krantz Grades 5 - ...

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Bionic Teacher
What happens when hundreds of wonderful TpT sellers decide that a fellow teacher is in need? A MASSIVE fundraiser happens! That's what! We call it Teachers Helping Teachers, and it came about after TpT teacher-authors heard the story of Diana Salmon, a New ...

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Reading in Math - Book 3
Here is another book I
love to read to my students in math class.  “ One
Grain of Rice ” by Demi. The theme of this particular
book is best used when teaching about doubling (lower grades) or exponents
(higher grades). Quick Summary – Rani
convinces the kin...

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Reading in Math - Book 2
Here is another great
book I read in my Math class. Where
the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein, more specifically the poem, “Smart” . Ok, so it’s not technically a story but it
will still make a great addition to your math lesson.   I love to use this part...

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Fly on the Math Teacher's Wall - Fractions
Join me and my fellow math bloggers as we squash mathematical misconceptions, while offering you some insightful tips and tricks! Fractions... Whenever I tell my students that we will be learning about fractions, it is usually met with a collective groan. F...

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Reading in Math - Book 1
As promised, I wanted to share with you a few activities I do in my classroom that involve reading in Math class. Today's book is Sir Cumference and the Knights of the Round Table by  Cindy Neuschwander. I LOVE all the Sir Cumference books! If you have yet ...

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Must-Have Books for the Math Classroom (Grades 6 and up)
As promised in yesterday's post , here is my list of must-have books for the upper grades. In honour of " I love to READ " month, I have complied a list of math related books that would be a great  addition  to your math lessons. Today's list features books...

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Must-Have books for the Math Classroom (Grades 1-5)
Do you make reading a part of your math program? If not, I have a great list of books to help get you started. In honour of "I love to READ" month, I have complied a list of math related books that would be a great  addition  to your math lessons. Today's l...
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