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"But first... Let me take a #Selfie!"
This interactive mnemonic device for students comes large enough to cover a whole bulletin board! It's an excellent strategy for students to use before they finalize their answer choice. It's a visual and mental reminder that they need to pause and ask themselve

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This is a collection of coin songs: penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. They are the classic songs/poems we all know along with the coordinating picture.

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Get your students up and out of their seats and discovering how to find the converse, inverse and contrapositive of conditional statements with this 7 minute kinesthetic activity! It's a nice break for you and your students. This fun activity helps them remember which term means what. Since teaching

This 17 page downloadable PDF is a multisensory, memorable and fun way to teach metric conversion. Our friend the kangaroo, teaches the lesson in a cartoon-like fashion. The decimal point becomes a basketball and he hops left or right to make conversions a breeze. After the lesson, the publicatio

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With some xerox paper, Scotch tape, ruler and playing cards you can help students create a study guide they will be sure to use! A couple quick measurements, several folds, some tape and two playing cards and you have a hands-on guide in which students can write vocabulary and examples to help guid

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Commutative Property
Math Tricks Mnemonics- Commutative Law anchor charts can help students to remember simple math concepts that are so difficult to comprehend. These charts can be used for reference throughout the year.
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Also included in: The Basic Properties of Number BUNDLE

Constructed Response:
Constructed Response questions are a great way to push students to a more rigorous level. This FREE resource is sure to help your students follow the RACE strategy with ease as they practice answering constructed response questions. Feel free to reproduce it to suit the needs

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Lines and Angles I
One in a series of Mathematics Wall Posters for Primary, Middle School and High School classrooms, that will address all Common Core Standards concepts.
13 Posters
Definition of a line
Straight Line
Line Segment
Parallel Lines
Perpendicular Lines
Intersecting Lines
Definition

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Associative Property
Associative Property: Math Tricks Mnemonics- Associative Law anchor charts can help students to understand one of the basic properties of numbers. This set can be used for reference throughout the year.
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Also included in: The Basic Properties of Number BUNDLE

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Angles and Triangles Reference Chart
Great Mnemonics for Geometry lessons and Test Prep
I use these chants (along with gestures) to teach my students the differences between Angles and Triangles. Once they practice these enough times, they have them memorized for any test! I h

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My co-teacher and I came up with a highly effective mnemonic strategy for adding and subtracting fractions with our fifth graders. We started using it after we noticed an overwhelming number of students were forgetting steps in the algorithm, or mixing up the steps.
Even our most struggling mathe

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Here are two short poems that you can use in your classroom to help students remember the function of inequality signs.
I use these sayings in my own classroom along with one very large inequality (made up to look like a monster) and a very large equal sign (each bar is one of The Twins).

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Help students understand time more easily with these fun characters, visuals, and worksheets!
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-Teaching Guide
-Make a Clock Cut-Out with Baby Hour Hand and Daddy Minute Hand
-Clock Hand Characteristic Cards
-Set Quarter Hour Clock Visuals
-Time Facts Printable
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Help your students remember the difference between factors and multiples with this simple, yet effective poster.
NOTE: We used the idea of 'Factor Ninja' and 'Multiple Monster' to help us remember, as well.

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Triangles I
One in a series of Mathematics Wall Posters for Primary, Middle School and High School classrooms, addressing all Common Core Standards concepts.
12 Posters
Triangle
Sum of Angles in a triangle
Scalene
Equilateral
Isosceles
Right Triangle
Hypotenuse
Altitude of a Triangle
Median
Bise

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Use this graphic organizer to help students identify the order of operations. Inside left blank for students to complete chart. Print page 1 as the outside of the foldable. Page 2 should be printed on the back side of page 1. Students will fold the paper in half "hot dog" style. Have students can cu

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These instructional visuals and flashcards serve as effective mnemonic tools designed to help students master the names and characteristics of a variety of shapes. These visuals were effectively used in my own classroom with my students, as well as with the students of my team members, offering them

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Teach math terms in a unique way that students will love and be able to remember! This Memory Connections strategy uses hand-drawn pictures that make learning easy and memorable for students. Teachers and students have fun together! The students should do the drawing as the teacher draws and explain

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Includes 2 pages of helpful math information, including formulas, rules for integers, properties, "How to Solve" equations, fractions, word problems, key words, and more. The basics-- nothing more, nothing less.
Includes 3 pages of memory aids for math concepts, such as PEMDAS, names of angles, an

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Rounding Reference Card. This is a reference cart that students can use when working independently or when at a center.

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This poster is available to print in regular 8.5 x 11 in size. Or, if you like, you can upload the image to an office supply store and have it printed in any poster size you like! Use this poster to remind students what parts they need to include in any Common Core math task. This is a great remi

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Hey all!
Long division is a scary topic to teach! I saw another amazing teacher use the technique of 'Dangerous Monkeys Steal Bananas' to help students remember the technique. I have found it really helpful, so have the students!
So, I have created a little bookmark for the students to place in th

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This tip sheet uses the mnemonic "CUBA" to help students remember how to round a number.

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