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Hands-on math activities that are easy to plan and implement for all student levels.  Utilize these middle school math activities in 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade.  | maneuveringthemiddle.com

Hands-on math activities that are easy to plan and implement for all student levels. Utilize these middle school math activities in 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade. | maneuveringthemiddle.com

Pattern Blocks: Equivalent Fractions

Pattern Blocks: Equivalent Fractions

Introductory fraction snowman project (freebie!)

Introductory fraction snowman project (freebie!)

Fraction hopscotch. This would be a fun way to get students interested in math. Instead of just doing worksheets, this gets them actively involved and they can visually learn the parts of the whole while playing a fun game. -Nicole Clark

Fraction hopscotch. This would be a fun way to get students interested in math. Instead of just doing worksheets, this gets them actively involved and they can visually learn the parts of the whole while playing a fun game. -Nicole Clark

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!

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Pi Day Activity - Proving Circumference #math

Pi Day Activity - Proving Circumference #math

Teachingisagift: HUGE PI DAY CELEBRATION AND FREEBIES

Teachingisagift: HUGE PI DAY CELEBRATION AND FREEBIES

Eeeee! It's almost Pi Day! Here are a few Fun Facts about pi and Pi Day that would be fun to share with students on this great Math holiday:  1: It took 1,000 years to prove pi irrational.  2: The first people to refer to the ratio between the diameter and circumference of a circle were the Ancient Egyptians.

Eeeee! It's almost Pi Day! Here are a few Fun Facts about pi and Pi Day that would be fun to share with students on this great Math holiday: 1: It took 1,000 years to prove pi irrational. 2: The first people to refer to the ratio between the diameter and circumference of a circle were the Ancient Egyptians.