Han Muller
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Students love these funny Ted Talks that also inspire and teach valuable lessons. Includes ideas for how to teach them in the classroom. Appropriate for students of all ages.

Funny Ted Talks to use with middle & high school students to teach delayed gratification, not procrastinating, overcoming rejection, and playing as an adult

Are you after some more fun math games that you can use with your students? Maybe you’re teaching your kids about problem solving or you would like to develop their number work. I find math card games are a fantastic way for kids to practice and consolidate math skills, but in a non-threatening and highly motivational way. If you’re looking for some easy card games to provide consolidation of a concept you have already taught, I’m sharing my top 6 fun math games using cards.

Are you after some more fun math games that you can use with your students? Maybe youre teaching your kids about problem solving or you would like to develop their number work. I find math card games are a fantastic way for kids to practice and consolida

Collaborative Problem-Solving in Math - contains one problem for every grade 6 common core standard - get your students collaborating and working cooperatively to build the best constructed response possible. $

Collaborative Problem Solving with sticky Notes -- each student writes their answer on a sticky note and then they share to create the best answer -- dying to use this in my Alg Trig class

Comprehension Strategy Poster Freebies!

ive seen these in a few classroom for comprehension and word identification strategies knowledge of literacy developing other word strategies

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Goal: Have kids spend more time next year writing about how they solve problems in mathematics. Math Notebooks Sentence Starters- Picture Only