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Math words

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Math words. Get inspired and try out new things.

Big, bright math word walls that students can see from anywhere in your math classroom! Scaffolded math word walls bring math vocabulary to life. All math word walls found at scaffoldedmath.com

Teacher's Take-Out: A FREE Time Poster

A Free Time Poster to print and hang in your classroom. Hang the poster on your math wall or use when teaching about time. Click the picture below to download it and start using it today. Check out more TIME resources below. Are you looking for Elapsed Time? I have some fun and engaging task cards to help learn about elapsed time. This set includes 3 math centers! A total of 48 Task Cards. All Task Cards use 5 minute intervals. Here is a set of 20 worksheets all about time to the nearest 5…

Brush Up Your Elementary Math Skills with These Worksheets: Worksheet

Use these math printables to help second-graders learn to do word problems, involving such concepts as shapes, patterns, days of the week, and money.

My Math Resources - Roman Numerals Poster

This Roman numerals poster will look GREAT on your math bulletin board and will help your students learn the Roman numerals!

This is a four page file--two pages in color and two pages in black and white. The key words can be given to the students to keep in their math folder. It can also be enlarged on a poster machine or photocopy machine and placed on the classroom wall.

This is a four page file--two pages in color and two pages in black and white. The key words can be given to the students to keep in their math folder. It can also be enlarged on a poster machine or photocopy machine and placed on the classroom wall.

Middle School OCD: You Had Me At Pinterest!

Jivey over at Ideas By Jivey is a total enabler of my Pinterest addiction! And I will love her forever because her June Workshop Wednesdays is Pinterest Professional Development! Plus, she is defying the blogging world by making it not just Wednesdays, but the WHOLE month. And you can link up as many times as you want (I don't think she realizes how serious my problem is with Pinterest, and blogging, and....). The woman is an evil genius! Math Source: misshuntsclassroom.com via I love this…

This past week, we started working on multi-step word problems using the 4 operations. My students always have a hard time with this conce...

This past week, we started working on multi-step word problems using the 4 operations. My students always have a hard time with this concept because they get overwhelmed having to incorporate and figure out which of the 4 operations they need to solve for as well as having to perform two different operations in one problem. Too often I see them just guessing rather than really thinking each problem through about what is actually happening in the problem. This week, we did some math skits…

Are your Algebra 2 students struggling with polynomials and polynomial long division? There is a free PDF cheat sheet in this post that can be downloaded, printed and given to students for their notebooks. The sheet can also be enlarged for a math word wall. #algebra2 #polynomials

A while back I shared a reference sheet for students learning how to divide polynomials using synthetic division. We focus on this method in our Algebra 2 class, but because polynomial long division is in the standards, I thought to also make a reference sheet to help students with this method. In the example on the cheat sheet, students are guided through the steps needed to find the imaginary zeros of a given polynomial function. Students start at the "start" arrow with step 1. "What's…