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PYTHAGORE expliqué avec des LEGOS ! 10 Astuces mathématiques très simples. Bright Side - Timeline. 5 Activities for Teaching Angles. 5 Activities for Teaching Angles I love teaching angles - it's short and sweet, and the students always have a lot of success with it - which makes it all the better. :)1.

5 Activities for Teaching Angles

Interactive Math Journal Entry - this is one of my all-time favorite math journal entries. I use this as a full-class introduction to angles - not as a station. That way, I can gauge what knowledge they come to me with, and we can talk about what we will learn while studying angles. Undercover Classroom: Easy~Peasy Place Value. Practical Differentiation With Fractions Mosaics. Let’s face it, it’s impossible for every single lesson we teach to include meaningful differentiation for student skill levels, learning styles, and interest levels.

Practical Differentiation With Fractions Mosaics

At least it’s impossible for me. Which is why it feels sweet-spot amazing to teach a lesson like this “Fractions Mosaic Challenge,” with so much built-in differentiation. With a low entry threshold, high challenge ceiling, hands-on manipulatives, and a technology option, all of my students can engage with a wide range of mathematical practices while tackling rigorous fractions content. It’s one of those times when I step back, listen to the fervent math talk circling the classroom, and enjoy a few seconds of teacher nirvana.

Here’s the entire lesson, complete with directions, differentiated task cards, and a video of my students in action. Aider les élèves qui pataugent avec les fractions - Maîtresseuh. Can You Make It? Math Game. Follow my blog with Bloglovin This is one of my favorite math challenges.

Can You Make It? Math Game

I love the thinking that is involved as students compete to create equations in this game. Relief Teaching IdeasArea Dice Game - Relief Teaching Ideas. Tic tac toe, Tic tac and Toe on Pinterest. 5 Activities for Teaching Fractions. 5 Activities for Teaching Fractions I've got another fun 5 Activities to Teach ... post for you today. This one is all about fractions! I LOVE teaching fractions - there are so many engaging ways to get your students involved in their learning in a hands-on way! 1. Fraction Pizzas - We started off our Fraction Unit this year with a super fun Fraction Pizza themed day. But we didn't stop there - we actually MADE our fraction pizzas. But ... we didn't even stop there. If you want to give this a try with your class, I've uploaded the pizza recipe and candy pizza cards to google drive - you can download a copy for yourself HERE. 2.

If you don't have room on a whiteboard, this would be perfect on a little display chalkboard, or even those awesome little lightboxes I'm seeing all over instagram this summer. 3. 4. 5. Dominos and whiteboards were another fun math station activity. Or, work with a partner (or the teacher) and play Fraction Domino War. Whew. Fiches d'Exercices Gratuites de Maths. Mathsauquotidien. ​Notre site Bienvenue à notre site web au sujet des 3 (ou 5) au quotidien en numératie. 

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Ici, vous trouverez les documents et les liens explorés lors de notre atelier dans le cardre des instituts d'été du CFORP. Votre ressource La page indiquant les dates de votre atelier contient les documents, leçons, activités, ressources, etc. en ordre de leur présentation au courant des deux jours de l'atelier. Si vous ne trouvez pas ce que vous cherchez, n'hésitez pas à m'envoyer un message par le biais de la page "Communiquer" ou à mon adresse courriel (voir le pied de page).

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With the beginning of our geometry units in 6th grade math, it has been all about angles and triangles this past week!

Angles, Triangles, and the Start of Geometry in 6th Grade Math!

Thanks to some creative (and cheap!) Angle ideas I found on social media, I was able to incorporate some new things in my classroom this year as we start geometry! First off, this fun idea to reinforce a basic understanding of angles! With some leftover fun tape from Office Depot, a little card stock to write the angles, and about ten minutes, I made this fun entryway into the classroom. Building Number Sense in First Grade. Building number sense in first grade can seem daunting but with the right number sense activities and lessons, it can be a lot of fun!

Building Number Sense in First Grade

In this post, I hope to share with you a lot of engaging number sense ideas that will help your students continue to build their number sense all year long, no matter where they are at when they come to you from kindergarten. This is a LONG post but I promise there are a TON of great number sense ideas in here - keep reading! I've broken it into sections to make it a little easier to navigate: The Hundreds Chart, Representing Numbers in Different Ways, Counting, Counting Forward Starting At Any Number, and Ten Frames The Hundreds Chart My first piece of advice is to make sure your students are exposed to a 1-120 chart every single day!

Multiplication Unit. Multiplication Unit My multiplication unit begins with a review of arrays.

Multiplication Unit

I love my magnetic whiteboard! Large ArraysI copied and laminated enough of these templates for each student in my classroom, and placed them in manilla file folders. Debbie Investigates Math and Science Education News. Each week Debbie Osborne scours the web for the best math and science educational news and opportunities for teachers.

Debbie Investigates Math and Science Education News

Teachers don’t work in the summer! Yah-right!!