## December Resources for Math Teachers.

## November Resources for Math Teachers.

## October Resources for Math Teachers

## What We are Reading in July

How is your summer reading going? My pile seems to be getting larger not smaller! I always seem to overestimate the time I will be able to spend reading and so far this summer is no exception. One thing that is helping me this summer is participating in Twitter book chats online. I am the […]

Continue Reading## Math Picture Books: Mathematicians

At LMC we love using picture books during math class or incorporating math themed books into the reading block. This post is the first in a series that will highlight some of our favorite books to use with students. In chapter two of her book Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You Had, Tracy Zager […]

Continue Reading## Geometry – Resources

January Resources – Geometry The domain of Geometry is so much more than vocabulary and definitions. This month’s set of resources is directed at providing rich, higher level tasks for geometric problem solving. The real goal of the study of geometry is to encourage logical thinking and to provide students with the opportunities to establish […]

Continue Reading## Place Value Problems and Activities with Cows …. Yes, Cows!

Early Childhood Math Challenge: Farmer Brown had 17 cows. He can fit 10 cows in each pen. How many pens will he need to build for his 17 cows? Explain your thinking using a visual model. What if he has 36 cows? 54 cows? Is there a way to know the number of pens by […]

Continue Reading## Counting

The importance of counting can not be underestimated as children acquire numerical reasoning. The resources this month focus on counting – from the very young to some interesting problems for our older learners! FEATURED WEBSITE: “Counting Activities for Kids” – Find a year’s worth of counting fun! EARLY CHILDHOOD More Counting Spots Activities: School Time Snippets: How […]

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