## Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math

### Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math - group work for math where everyone works

Natalie Simmons

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Math collaboration activities. Get inspired and try out new things.

Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math - group work for math where everyone works

Natalie Simmons

This is the first year that I have done this activity with my kids. I decided to do this because this year I am focusing on incorporating more 21st Century Skills into activities and assignments. …

Ana Jara

If you are looking for some collaboration ideas and strategies that are fun and easy to implement, then these five strategies are for you! Click to read how to use them in your middle school class and for a free download!

Teaching Intentionally

This is a great way to assess your students' number sense/number line skills, as well as their ability to cooperate in a group. Perfect for middle school!

Julie Sumsion

Browse over 340 educational resources created by Making Math Class Fun in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Sarah Capitano

I was hesitant to implement math talk & math accountable talk stems at first, but I am so glad I did. Read to find out how these...

Natasha Jones

These math puzzle worksheets make it easy to help your students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills while having fun!

Courtney Swafford

The end of the school year is such a special time as testing winds down, and you finish teaching those last few standards. You may even find you have little pockets of time throughout your days when you and your students can work to strengthen that special classroom community bond that's been building throughout the year. One of my favorite ways to savor that last few weeks with my family-away-from-home before they head off for summer break is through design challenges and game play.

Kellie Caparula

Looking for a fun review activity for your high school math or middle school math class? Your students will love this one. They solve problems in order to choose a raffle number. At the end, the teacher selects a number at random. The student that selected that number is the winner. Students love it because they get to move around. Teachers love it because students are working together and even the slowest students can be winners. #mathgame #mathactivities #precalculus #calculus #algebra

Skylight Resources | Fun Classroom Activities

Do you teach vocabulary in math? Here's why you should be, plus some fun activities you can use to help practice math vocabulary!

Angelique Rivera