Saturday, January 9, 2021

January Math Resources

 


Ready for January? 

Let's look at math activities to engage all learners this month!







It's the beginning of a new year. With a fresh start comes new activities, projects, and more for students to be engaged in this month. There are many different activities students will love that they can work independently on or within a group of classmates.

January Math Resources


1. January Math Worksheets

Perfect for skills review! Students are engaged with different types of math puzzles and printables. Easy to engage any learner. Perfect for grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. These activities can be used in a variety of ways. Most popular is with a substitute teacher or for class work. Click HERE and try one today!



2. January Math Writing Centers

Do your students practice vocabulary in class? This is an easy center activity to add your classroom. Just print and go! Students will read the directions to scaffold their learning of math concepts to figure out how to write math sentences that make sense. Vocabulary for each grade level 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Try one of the Write the Room with Math activities with your students this month!








3. Winter Math Activities

Always a hit with students after the long Winter Break. Take a day or two to review math skills with a winter theme. Students will have to figure out how much Winter shopping money to spend, solve snowball equations, and more Winter math fun. Download one of the math activities for your students too!







4. Martin Luther King Jr. Math Activities

Do you celebrate Martin Luther King Jr day? What do your students know about the historical figure? Here are a couple math activities to do for MLK Jr day. Incorporate math and learn fun facts about the man who gave one of the most famous speeches in history. Download the MLK Jr. Activities here.





5. January Math Bulletin Board

A favorite monthly activity is the Math Bulletin Board set. Students create the bulletin board with their work. It's easy to print and display with titles for the board included. Students take ownership when their work is displayed and proud of what they've accomplished every month.  Download the January Math Bulletin Board this month!







Happy Teaching!

Sunday, December 6, 2020

December Gift Card Giveaway

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Here's a chance to win a $100 TPT gift card for Christmas!



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Saturday, December 5, 2020

December Math Resource Roundup


Ready for December? 

Let's look at math activities to engage all learners this month!





It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. With holiday activities, projects, and more for students to be engaged in this month. There are many different activities students will love that they can work independently on or within a group of classmates.

December Math Resources


1. December Math Worksheets

Perfect for skills review! Students are engaged with different types of math puzzles and printables. Easy to engage any learner. Perfect for grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. These activities can be used in a variety of ways. Most popular is with a substitute teacher or for class work. Click HERE and try one today!


 


2. December Math Writing Centers

Do your students practice vocabulary in class? This is an easy center activity to add your classroom. Just print and go! Students will read the directions to scaffold their learning of math concepts to figure out how to write math sentences that make sense. Vocabulary for each grade level 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. Try one of the Write the Room with Math activities with your students this month!




3. Christmas Math Activities

Always a hit with students before the long Winter Break. Take a day or two to review math skills with a holiday theme. Students will have to figure out Elf payroll, how much toys cost, and more holiday math fun. Download one of the math activities for your students too!





4. Winter Break Math Packet

Do you send a packet home over the long Winter break with students? It's a great idea for students to stay refreshed with a couple math activities to do. Parents will also appreciate having a couple activities for students to do over the break at home. Download the FREE Winter Math Packet.


5. Christmas Math Coloring Pages

Do your students LOVE to color? This is a fun activity whether you need to review multiplication and division or proportions and equations. Students will be engaged reviewing key math skills with a coloring brain break. Making math art with their answers. Download one of the printables for your students today!




6. December Math Bulletin Board

A favorite monthly activity is the Math Bulletin Board set. Students create the bulletin board with their work. It's easy to print and display with titles for the board included. Students take ownership when their work is displayed and proud of what they've accomplished every month.  Download the December Math Bulletin Board this month!




7. Christmas Math Tessellations 

This is a new favorite that your students will love creating art with math. Creating tessellations can be tricky, but with the printables provided students will scaffold their learning of geometry. Try making gifts, stockings, trees, and more.  Download the Christmas Math Tessellations today!




Happy Teaching!

Monday, November 30, 2020

Christmas Tessellations Math Project

 
Ready for creating art in math class?


Get your students in the holiday spirit with this fun and engaging math project! 




Students create Math Art with tessellations. This is a fun December project for the math classroom. Try one or all of the 7 projects with your students. 


7 Christmas Tessellation Math Projects


1. Make Tree Tessellations 

Students line up the edges to create tessellations with trees.

A fun activity for students to create art with trees. Using different colors adds visual interest. Applying Geometry standards with lining up the trees with the same figure tree. 

2. Build Holiday Bell Tessellations

Use holiday handbells to create tessellations. Students have to figure out how to tessellate handbells with lines and figures.

3. Stencil Stockings for the Holidays


Students will enjoy making fun holiday stockings. Put a flair on each stocking with your own unique drawings. Tessellating stockings is creative and fun. 

4. Creating Cookie Tessellations

Students have to figure out if gingerbread cookies can tessellate. A great investigation project into what makes a tessellation work. 

5. Giving Gifts of Tessellations


A favorite activity for the holidays is gift giving. The bows make the present pop in this art project. Design with different colors to create a masterpiece.

6. Snowball Tessellations

Another great investigation into what types of shapes make tessellations. Students experiment with snowballs and similar shapes to figure out if they tessellate.

7. Ticket Tessellations

Students tessellate train tickets for the holidays. A fun seasonal favorite. Using rectangles and circles to make continuing figures.

Download the Christmas Tessellations Math Project today!


Happy Teaching, 

Friday, November 6, 2020

November $100 Gift Card Giveaway

 

It's Giveaway time! 

What would you do with a $100 gift card? 






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Prize:
 $100 Teachers Pay Teachers Gift Card



Giveaway Organized by: Kelly Malloy (An Apple for the Teacher)



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