Fractions on a Number Line anchor chart

Fractions on a Number Line anchor chart. I'm really liking anchor charts as a tool!

Equivalent Fraction Rainbows for St. Patty's Day!

Equivalent Fraction Rainbows for St. Patty's Day! (Real Teachers Learn)

Love this genius tip for comparing fractions. Great way for kiddos to check their reasoning!

Check out this comparing fractions trick - it's great! Fractions Part With a FREEBIE!

Physics in a nutshell!! Physics Formula Cheat Sheet.

Post with 15723 votes and 602071 views. Tagged with , , , ; Physics formulæ from The Physics Hypertextbook

easy tips/games for fractions  Mr. Gardner came up with a general rule to generate such fractions.  In fact, there are eight interesting(*) fractions of this type below 100:  16 / 64 = 1 / 4  19 / 95 = 1 / 5  26 / 65 = 2 / 5  49 / 98 = 4 / 8  64 / 16 = 4 / 1  65 / 26 = 5 / 2  95 / 19 = 5 / 1  98 / 49 = 8 / 4

easy tips/games for fractions. In fact, there are eight interesting(*) fractions of this type below 16 / 64 = 1 / 4 19 / 95 = 1 / 5 26 / 65 = 2 / 5 49 / 98 = 4 / 8 64 / 16 = 4 / 1 65 / 26 = 5 / 2 95 / 19 = 5 / 1 98 / 49 = 8 / 4

Exponent Chart

Index law chart with examples. Always useful to have concrete examples to go with the more general rule for students who struggle with pronumerals

Visual Log LawsBy Brittany Bordewyk, as a great response to Prof. Wilson’s visual exponent laws. Did I somehow never post these?

mathhombre: Visual Log LawsBy Brittany Bordewyk, as a great response to Prof. Wilson’s visual exponent laws. Did I somehow never post these?

Multiplication Arrays - Such a clever way for the students to MAKE the array for themselves they really start to understand this concept.

Teaching Multiplication Arrays with a Hole Punch

Help your kids better understand multiplication by using this great visual! Students create arrays by hole-punching construction paper.

A LoveLi Class: Five For Friday: Number Bonds & Bar Models

Great trick for teaching how to make Students use a highlighter to find the and then circle the other number with a crayon. Although, I think it would be easier to always make 10 with the larger number, not necessarily the first number in the equation.

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

5 Activities for Teaching Fractions

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE! Make mixed number from improper fraction Más

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