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math: Fun math trick and a visual representation of multiplication that actually makes sense and goes pretty quickly (aka students don't have to draw 25 groups of

fraction quilts - can have fraction questions on inside: What fraction is blue? spotted? Hooty's Homeroom: foldables

Hooty's Homeroom: Saturday Snapshots from Math Conference

Do your students love football? Use that love to your advantage by giving them football theme math centers! These are perfect for review or early & fast finishers in your 3rd or 4th grade classroom. And homeschool children will enjoy these! Basic multiplication fact practice will be challenging fun when you start using these three puzzles! Click through to get yours now! $ {third & fourth grade}

Great activity to get students settled and focused early in the morning or while waiting for dismissal

To keep mini figurines accessories in place within the garden, affix them to golf tees or nails with glue, and then insert the tee or nail into the soil.

FYI Fairy Gardens- To keep mini figurines & accessories in place within the garden, affix them to golf tees or nails with glue, and then insert the tee or nail into the soil.

Drawing showing the layers of rocks, charcoal, and soil in the terrarium, along with plants, and a small garden gnome.

Help kids understand science and climate change. Drawing showing the layers of rocks, charcoal, and soil in the terrarium, along with plants, and a small garden gnome. Go to NASA's Climate Kids

This is amazing! I didn't know this Ha!

This is amazing! I didn't know this Ha!

Teaching instructional strategies and multisensory learning ideas from Dr. Erica Warren at Good Sensory Learning

Learning Specialist and Teacher Materials - Good Sensory Learning: Three Easy Activities that Can Strengthen Tracking Abilities for Improved Reading