# Learn math

## Collection by Math Buddy

Learn the math concepts and , list of formulas and other interesting things to help you learn math better.

### Opposites – One Worksheet – day, night, happy, sad, in, out, empty, full / FREE Printable Worksheets

Preschool and Kindergarten Opposites Worksheets Preschool Worksheets Kindergarten Worksheets Opposites - day, night, happy, sad, in, out, empty, full Worksheet 1 - Download day, night, happy, sad, in, out, empty, full Opposites Kindergarten Worksheets P...

### Area and Perimeter Poster | Classroom Caboodle

One glance helps students remember the key components of calculating area and perimeter in grade 3. Launch kids successfully on key geometry skills.

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Mental Math Anyone? Okay, I admit that when I hear the phrase "Mental Math" I automatically think that kids will have a hard time with it. Our county is really pushing that we do this with our kids each day. They even gave us a few examples. So, what does a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher do? I tried one. My kids did awesome! Okay....they did pretty poorly. I knew right then I had to back up and teach some strategies and vocabulary that would help them. First of all words like "double it"…

### Math Buddy - Online Math activities, worksheets, quizzes Grades 1 - 10

Online Math teaching and learning through interactive activities and manipulatives, online math worksheets and math quizzes for grade 1 to grade 10

### Snowflake Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

Click HERE for free copy Here's a winter freebie for all you math teachers. I use a lot of music in my classroom, especially on hard concepts like mean, median, mode, and range. Be sure to check out the anchor chart for the songs I use to teach mean and range. Even after I feel like they have a grasp of the concept, I feel it's important to review periodically. At my school we go back on January the 5th and that will mean a 2 day week. (I KNOW, don't get me started!) I'm going to use the…

Strategy for showing how to use formulas (is/can/looks like). This chart uses perimeter, but could use any formula.

I combined 3 Fraction Anchor Charts together and this is how mine came out ;)

The Classroom Key: Kinesthetic Area and Perimeter

### True of False Equations

Hi, Determining whether an equation is true or false (CCSS 1.OA.D.7) has recently become one of my favorite math standards. Kids who are not fluent with basic facts often tire of many types of practice, but are loving sorting equation cards by whether they are true or false. In working with these materials, they are becoming more fluent with basic facts while also developing problem solving skills. Today, I'd like to share a freebie with you. It's a set of 48 true or false equation cards for…

### Anchor Charts for Addition and Subtraction Strategies - Math Coach's Corner

Sssssssh! Keisha doesn’t know that I sneaked into her room and took pictures of a bunch of her anchor charts while she was at lunch yesterday. But she owed me, right? 🙂 Now, I just want to say that as pretty lovely stunning as Keisha’s anchor charts are, they also feature great math. Remember, it’s not just […]

### Rounding and Estimating Whole Numbers and Decimals

Ms. Cao's 4th Grade Math: Rounding and Estimating Whole Numbers and Decimals

### Ordering and Comparing Decimals

Anchor chart to help students learn how to order and compare decimals

### Free Printable Cheat Sheets

"Cheat sheets" always helped me in school. Being a visual learner, they were a quick and easy way to memorize a lot of information in a short amount of time. Here are a list of my favorite

### Subtraction with Regrouping {Anchor Chart}

Subtraction with Regrouping {Anchor Chart} . . . another great math chart from Melanie Redden . . . the chants on the charts have a good rhythm and are easy to remember! $1.00

### Algebra II For Dummies Cheat Sheet - dummies

Algebra is all about formulas, equations, and graphs. You need algebraic equations for multiplying binomials, dealing with radicals, finding the sum of sequences, and graphing the intersections of cones and planes. You also get to deal with logarithms, you lucky Algebra II user!