Voice Assistants

Our spaces our filling with voice assistants, Google, Apple, and Amazon all have created an interface that allows users including young learners to interact without […]

Ideas for Flexible Centers

Do you have students who regularly finish work early? Try these ideas for using flexible centers with enrichment and extension activities. The post Ideas for […]

Jigsaw Your Math Classroom

See how the jigsaw method can enhance instruction through engaging, cooperative learning and increase student interest in math. The post Jigsaw Your Math Classroom appeared […]

Boddle Learning: A Free Gamified Math Tool for Summer

If you're looking for a free math tool to help prevent summer learning loss, look no further– meet Boddle, a site your students will love. […]

Building Number Sense with Fractions

How do we teach math to help students become problem solvers who can explain their thinking? Let's take a look at decomposing fractions. The post […]

11 Free Math Sites and Games

Looking for independent practice or websites for independent math stations? Here are 11 math sites and games for you to explore! The post 11 Free […]

Video Story Problem – What’s Wrong With This Word Problem?

My son had a math worksheet last week that included a hilarious word problem about a horse. Alright, I’ll qualify hilarious with the fact that […]

Templates and Ideas for Making Differentiated Choice Boards

Choice boards can seriously boost learning and engagement. Here are some ideas, resources, and templates for using them with your students. The post Templates and […]

Virtual Reality with Panoform Is Easy, Engaging, and Fun for Everyone

Anyone can be a virtual reality creator with Panoform! Explore a free and easy way to incorporate VR in any classroom to enhance learning. The […]


  Moneyball   State Standard: 1, 3, & 4 Equipment: Several basketballs, crates/buckets, and play money, & several Poly spots. Grade: 3-5 Purpose of Event: dribbling, […]

Fun and Simple Pi Day Activities

March 14 is National Pi Day! Here are a few activities to consider using with your students and sharing with your peers. The post Fun […]

Five Simple Graphing Tools Make Graphs Easy and Fun

Tired of complex graphing tools that leave students frustrated and confused? Well here are five simple and easy tools that make graphs fun! The post […]

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