Olivia Skehan
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Pi Day: Irrational vs. Rational Numbers is a set of 3 hands-on activities to engage students in the difference between rational and irrational numbers. Ideal for math centers or to provide students choice in exploring number concepts, the three activities included here help students truly comprehend the difference between irrational and rational numbers, without simply memorizing definitions.

Pi Day: Irrational vs. Rational Numbers is a set of 3 hands-on activities to engage students in the difference between rational and irrational numbers. Ideal for math centers or to provide students choice in exploring number concepts, the three activities included here help students truly comprehend the difference between irrational and rational numbers, without simply memorizing definitions.

"Directions: Using only numbers 1-8 (without repeating any number), fill in the boxes to create the following number types:"

"Directions: Using only numbers 1-8 (without repeating any number), fill in the boxes to create the following number types:"

Here's a nice handout for students with tips/tricks to remember different multiplication facts.

Here's a nice handout for students with tips/tricks to remember different multiplication facts.

Finding work life balance as a teacher can be difficult. But with these seven steps any classroom teacher can put more time into doing what they love OUTSIDE of school! Click through to see which ones you can start today!

Finding work life balance as a teacher can be difficult. But with these seven steps any classroom teacher can put more time into doing what they love OUTSIDE of school! Click through to see which ones you can start today!

Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions ~ Interesting!  (Free ideas.)

Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions ~ Interesting! (Free ideas.)