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Erin Buss

LIz Carr

How to find the area of regular and irregular polygons with formula

Glenda Vogel

Strand: Geometry and Spatial Sense Grade: 1 Key Concept /Big Idea – Identify common two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional fi…

Sara Underwood Poole

What are Multiplication Posters and How Can They Help Students Learn Math? Multiplication posters are a great way to help students learn math. They offer visual cues and support to help students understand the concepts they are working on. These posters can be used in classrooms, homes, or anywhere else students need a little extra help with their math. By providing an easy-to-understand visual representation of the multiplication process, multiplication posters can make learning math easier…

Jennifer Nordstrom

We asked a panel of experienced teachers what they know about teaching math that they wish they had known at the beginning of their career.

Antica Taylor

About this item ✅ EDUCATIONAL REFERENCE CHART: This handy poster shows 9 basic angles in geometry (acute, right, obtuse, straight, reflex, adjacent, complementary, supplementary and vertical) with definitions and illustrations for each. It also has a handy sidebar that tells the definitions of an angle, parts of an angle, and degrees. ✅ A MUST HAVE: Our educational math anchor chart is a must have for any middle or high school geometry class. It's a great resource for homeschooling too! ✅…

S Lundgren

Statistics resources and worksheets for teaching and learning mathematics in a fun way designed for teachers and kids. Each worksheet is visual and differentiated.

Melody Bettesworth

Students often rush through math word problems looking for the numbers and performing operations without thinking. Here are 4 strategies to make students THINK about the math and make sense of word…

Tonya Thomas

Those days of forgetting their math facts? Staring blankly at a multiplication problem? Adding or subtracting when they should be multiplying? Done. Gone. Over. Those days are in the past! Today we’re going to learn how to teach multiplication facts to our students with disabilities so that they build conceptual knowledge and retention.

Catherine Reyes