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D St

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It’s hard to believe that it’s time to get back into the swing of things and start planning for the new school year.  It’s always an exciting time of the year when you gain a new group of students.  It’s also a fresh start and if you are like me,… Continue Reading »

It’s hard to believe that it’s time to get back into the swing of things and…

Teaching strategies for understanding multiplication isn't enough. Students need to also be taught multiplication shortcuts so they can learn their facts! Check out this blog post to get a FREEBIE and to help you get started!

Teaching strategies for understanding multiplication isn't enough. Students need to also be taught multiplication shortcuts so they can learn their facts!

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The golden triangle is used to form a logarithmic spiral . By bisecting the base angles, a new point is created that in turn, makes another golden triangle.

This... is AMAZING. I wish they were chibis though XD you know me and my love for cute things... But chibis wouldn't have as much variety. These are wonderful.

Funny pictures about Cartoon elements make learning the periodic table fun. Oh, and cool pics about Cartoon elements make learning the periodic table fun. Also, Cartoon elements make learning the periodic table fun.

This is Albrecht Durer's Magic Square - not only to do rows, columns, and diagonals add up to 34, but so do all the combinations of 4 numbers marked by linked dots in the squares.

This is Albrecht Dürer's Magic Square - not only to do rows, columns, and diagonals add up to but so do all the combinations of 4 numbers marked by linked dots in the squares.

This is Albrecht Durer's Magic Square - not only to do rows, columns, and diagonals add up to 34, but so do all the combinations of 4 numbers marked by linked dots in the squares.

This is Albrecht Dürer's Magic Square - not only to do rows, columns, and diagonals add up to but so do all the combinations of 4 numbers marked by linked dots in the squares.

color wavelength

Wavelength: lambda: the distance between any point on a wave and the corresponding point on the next crest (trough) of the wave; distance the wave travels during one cycle; expressed in meters, nanometers, micrometers, picometers m) or angstroms

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mathematics - Pixdaus Check out our FREE maths resources for teachers…