Nurlia Laode
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Great blog post on teaching multiplication!  Anchor charts, resources, and more!

Love this bright and colorful Skip Counting / Multiples anchor chart! 30 Awesome Anchor Charts to Spice Up Your Classroom – Bored Teachers

Math Word Walls have been a total game changer in my classroom! Now my First Grade students actively use the vocabulary cards on bulletin board to remind them of key concepts. These Math Word Wall Cards are also available for Kindergarten, First Grade, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th! Covers all Common Core Standards {Content: Operations & Algebraic Thinking, Number Sense, Place Value, Measurement & Data, Geometry}

Math Word Walls have been a total game changer in my classroom! Now my First Grade students actively use the vocabulary cards on bulletin board to remind them of key concepts. These Math Word Wall Cards are also available for Kindergarten, First Grade,

Geometry Right Triangles and Trigonometry Quick Reference Sheets

Geometry Right Triangles and Trigonometry Quick Reference Sheets that will help geometry students with their triangles.

Le Chaim...on the Right is offering a free printable math cheat sheet for those of us that could use a memory jolt in middle school math!  You'l

on the Right is offering a free printable math cheat sheet for those of us that could use a memory jolt in middle school math! You'll find conversions, abbreviations, simple formulas, Roman numerals, and more! 2 color sets are available.

Chart shows basic geometry formulas and definitions for area and perimeter. Back of chart features reproducible activities, subject information, and helpful tips. 17" x 22" classroom size.

Chart shows basic geometry formulas and definitions for area and perimeter. Back of chart features reproducible activities, subject information, and helpful tips. x classroom size.

My Geometry students loved this!  This Classifying Triangles card sort worksheet activity was the perfect activity for my Middle School Math & High School Geometry students to practice sorting triangles by their angle and side measurements.  Students had to figure out if the triangles with Equilateral, Isosceles, or Scalene.  Then they had to figure out if they were Equiangular, Right, Acute, or Obtuse Triangles.  I will definitely be doing this in our math interactive notebooks again!

My Geometry students loved this! This Classifying Triangles card sort worksheet activity was the perfect activity for my Middle School Math & High School Geometry students to practice sorting triangles by their angle and side measurements.