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10 Reasons to have Your Students Work in Groups

It increases student achievement. Students are responsible for their own learning. It increases retention. Students have a positive feeling toward the subject matter. It gives more time toward student learning. Students are active learners. It lowers student frustration and anxiety…. Continue Reading →

The Look and Sound of Effective Groups

What Effective Groups Look Like… Eyes – on the task or looking at the person talking. Mouth – only one mouth is moving at a time. Hands – busy working on the task or still on desk while listening. Feet… Continue Reading →

Real Number Online Game

My students have always loved playing online games.  I use these as fillers for my classes that finish their work early and I use them on a regular basis with my inclusion classes. I found a real number online game… Continue Reading →

Pythagorean Theorem – U-verse in Your Neighborhood

I say, “Opposites attract”.  Dr. Phil says, “Can opposites stay together without driving each other crazy?”  The answer is YES!!!!  I have the GREATEST teacher partner EVER!  We are such opposites that together we are perfect 🙂  And, we only… Continue Reading →

Creating a Semi Transparent Background in MS PowerPoint

I Spy Colored Rice Bottles

Last week, I was cleaning out my classroom closet and found an activity that I haven’t used in years… It was my I Spy Scientific Notation and Law of Exponent colored rice bottles. My students LOVED playing with these! On… Continue Reading →

Geocaching Game

I love to hike. I spend many of my breaks from school hiking because I am interested in the outdoors and hiking my students have taken an interest. I decided I would create some games so my students could feel… Continue Reading →

6 Games for Learning Vocabulary Words

It’s been awhile!  I’ve been so busy with my student blogging site that I haven’t taken the time to share classroom strategies with my teacher friends.  Today, I’d like to share 6 games I’ve been using in my classroom to… Continue Reading →

Integer War Adding and Subtracting Integers Math Game

If you’ve every played the card game War, you will know exactly how to play Integer War.  In the Integer War adding & subtracting integers math game, the students will place one of their cards face up in the middle of… Continue Reading →

Statistics Task Cards

How it started Statistics Task Cards are a fun way to review!  I have been using problems around the room for years.  I just never called these task cards because I only used them for problems around the room.  I… Continue Reading →

Air-O-Plane for Measure of Central Tendency

I have had this measure of central tendency activity in my “things to try folder” for years, and today I am kicking myself for not using it sooner! The students have been learning about probability and statistics so I decided… Continue Reading →

Getting Organized with Cloudbased Storage

In my last few posts, I’ve shared how I’m organizing my math ISN. (You can click here to read that post if you missed it!) Today, I thought I would share how I organize my folders with cloudbased storage. I… Continue Reading →

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