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The intent of our Mathnerdy columns is to provide teachers and students with quick review problems in a game-like format. Working quickly under pressure is an actuality on Proficiency Tests, ACTs and SATs. Our Mathnerdy columns afford timed responses, in a fun and non-threatening atmosphere, that pu

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I used this Smart Board presentation when teaching my reception class take-away.
It asks them simple questions such as: The 3 billy goats gruff tried to cross the bridge. But the troll took 1 of them!
How many are left?
The questions only go up to 5, but this is a editable resource. Therefore you

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I created this lab as an intro into two dimensional motion for my physics classes. The lab uses all the techniques of adding vectors head-to-tail and demonstrates for them that the two vectors being added to make a resultant are the components of that resultant. This lab is great practice and very s

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The intent of our Mathnerdy columns is to provide teachers and students with quick review problems in a game-like format. Working quickly under pressure is an actuality on Proficiency Tests, ACTs and SATs. Our Mathnerdy columns afford timed responses, in a fun and non-threatening atmosphere, that pu

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This material is a piece of my smart board work which I make it available for my students as a reference for practice and homework assignments. Content is step-by-step procedure to find the real zeros of higher degree polynomial functions. If the degree of the polynomial functions is higher, stud

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The intent of our Mathnerdy columns is to provide teachers and students with quick review problems in a game-like format. Working quickly under pressure is an actuality on Proficiency Tests, ACTs and SATs. Our Mathnerdy columns afford timed responses, in a fun and non-threatening atmosphere, that pu

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The intent of our Mathnerdy columns is to provide teachers and students with quick review problems in a game-like format. Working quickly under pressure is an actuality on Proficiency Tests, ACTs and SATs. Our Mathnerdy columns afford timed responses, in a fun and non-threatening atmosphere, that

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Hello Math Teachers,
I have come up with new Idea just click and Teach.
This Zip file contain 45 Pages Word file and 39 Pages .noteebok file.
In Word file you can edit Math formula in a way you want.
To teach from smart Notebook File follow the following steps
1. Explain first example in detai

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PDF con dos soles para trabajar en matemáticas: uno vacío especialmente útil para los primeros cursos de primaria y otro con retos para trabajar a finales de 4º o comienzos de 5º de primaria. Yo los imprimo en Din A5, de manera que cada uno de los soles cabe en medio folio. Espero que os guste y os

Interactive Whiteboard Activity where students drag the function graph to the correct derivative graph. If the match is correct, a congratulatory sound will play. If incorrect, the function graph pops back to the center. Simple ten-minute activity I used to do with index cards, but now can do on my

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For Trig., Pre-Calculus, and Calculus Teachers, this Unit Circle Flipchart comes a rotating cover. Just place the Promethean Pen,( or your finger if you have a 500 Pro Series touch board) on the purple and then spin the cover to the quadrant you wish.

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These are the slides I use to introduce the chain rule. I repeat that it is the "derivative of the inside times the derivative of the outside". After going through a few examples with the class, they practice book problems.
The problems match the pre-lesson for chain rule. I suggest assigning the

This is an ActivInspire flipchart for the introduction to limits. The first few slides show graphs where the students get practice interpreting information from them (domain, range, y-intercept, value of a function) then find a limit by creating a table (numerically) then viewing the graph of the f

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Woodturning provides a very practical and visual introduction to Volumes of Revolution and from there to Cylindrical Polar Coordinates. We will be using Autograph (www.autograph-maths.com) to visualize the mathematical concepts in this article.

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This flipchart for Promethean Boards (or can be converted for Smart Boards) introduces the concept of the Chain Rule in Calculus. It has worked through examples for students to see when the Chain Rule is needed, as well as thoroughly described and solved examples. Includes an example (solved) that a

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Smart Notebook pages to be used with basic addition of one more and one less. The student has been given a dot card and must write the addition and subtraction sentence for one more and one less.

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