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Classroom Decor, Classroom Displays, Classroom Organization

TVOŘÍM, TVOŘÍŠ, TVOŘÍME....

TVOŘÍM, TVOŘÍŠ, TVOŘÍME....

Since my physical science students are working through their first chemistry unit, I created a foldable to summarize how to read the periodic table.  The inside of the foldable contains a periodic tab

Since my physical science students are working through their first chemistry unit, I created a foldable to summarize how to read the periodic table. The inside of the foldable contains a periodic tab

528 × 960

528 × 960

Symmetry cards

Symmetry cards

Practice fine motor skills - use beans to follow the pattern

Practice fine motor skills - use beans to follow the pattern

FREE Multiplication Centers to help your students memorize their multiplication facts and build fact fluency. A mix of printable games, logic puzzles, and hands on activities that are perfect for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade math centers and stations! #mathlessons #mathgamesfor3rdgrade #learnmathforadults

FREE Multiplication Centers to help your students memorize their multiplication facts and build fact fluency. A mix of printable games, logic puzzles, and hands on activities that are perfect for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade math centers and stations! #mathlessons #mathgamesfor3rdgrade #learnmathforadults

Dandelion, Canvas Art, Dandelions, Painted Canvas, Taraxacum Officinale

Math history's 10 greatest moments! These history tidbits make a great way to engage math students and create cross-curricular learning. 1: Zero 2: A Written Counting System 3: The Development of Inquiry 4: Pythagorean Theorem 5: Euclid 6: Primes and GIMPS 7: Isaac Barrow and Nonviolent Differentiation 8: Infinity 9: Enigma 10: Avoiding Catastrophe with Chaos #mathhistory

Math history's 10 greatest moments! These history tidbits make a great way to engage math students and create cross-curricular learning. 1: Zero 2: A Written Counting System 3: The Development of Inquiry 4: Pythagorean Theorem 5: Euclid 6: Primes and GIMPS 7: Isaac Barrow and Nonviolent Differentiation 8: Infinity 9: Enigma 10: Avoiding Catastrophe with Chaos #mathhistory