“I’m done! Now what?” These are dreaded words every teacher has heard more than a time or two! Creating lessons that will serve a diverse
Do any of your students have a “Math Phobia”? Are you searching for ways to make your math block more engaging?
Early math skills are one of the best predictors of later success in both math and literacy. Math not only teaches our students logical and critical thinking, but it also teaches important life skills. Unfortunately, many of our kids hate math.
This section includes ways to turn kids on to math and instill a positive math mindset. You will learn ways to engage students in activities that demonstrate the relevancy of math in their daily lives, the world around them, and future careers.
Elementary Math Joke of The Day
Math is one subject our kids get nervous about, so I love using math jokes to get the day started! Humor makes kids relaxed and ready to take on challenges.
One study has even shown that the use of humor promotes brain activity. It can also be an effective classroom management technique to promote student engagement.
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