Here's the latest addition to the Math Tip Monday series! Join me and many others to find some great ideas and advice on teaching measurement. Read my post here, then to see others, go to:

http://new.inlinkz.com/view.php?id=547553

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I found this on twitter. Great way to get student responses.

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Therapuetic coloring is "in" right now. The pictures to color are usually for adults...but now I've made them for children. My pictures have a valentine theme. As a matter of fact, they are hearts that are filled with beautiful designs for you and your children to color. Help yourself to this freebie. If you would like more, go to https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Hearts-A-Flutter-Valentine-Cards-Coloring-for-Calm-2381123

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Too hot in the summer sun?  Do your summer reading inside this "cool" reading nook igloo made of plastic milk cartons!

 

Too cold outside to play in the snow and build an "igloo"? Bring the outdoors in! Build a life-size igloo out of plastic gallon milk cartons. Great for a reading nook or "hide-out" for the classroom or home!

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Want to make positivity contagious in the classroom? Launch the new year with a good start by usingthis activity to ensure mindful positivity. Good attitudes will abound!

 

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What is truly the predicament of today's math? See if you can figure out the puzzle.

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