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Lauren Tracy

Take your math skills to the next level with these exciting math enrichment activities. Explore top ideas to enhance your understanding and enjoyment of mathematics.

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Lauren Tracy

High, Low is a simple, no-prep math game that will boost your students' number sense without them realizing that there's math involved! This math game can be played in less than five minutes. Use it as a math warm-up, as a quick before- or after-recess activity or at the end of the day with five minutes to fill. Find out how to play this math game, along with many other math activities, math resources, and math projects at www.ShelleyGrayTeaching.com

Shelley Gray Teaching

These math puzzle worksheets make it easy to help your students build critical thinking and problem-solving skills while having fun!

Courtney Swafford

I'm excited about trying out this five arrows puzzle with my students when we start back to school next week! Can you rearrange the four arrows to form five

Vanessa Taylor

Are there any kiddos in your class with a fixed math mindset? Do they give up or refuse to attempt to solve a math problem if they're afraid they will get a wrong answer? Are they reluctant to take on challenges and refuse to take a risk if they aren't sure they're right? Or do they say they're just not "good" at math? I have taught so many kids like this and it is frustrating to say the least. If you look back at their grades, you might discover many of these students made all A's in math…

Ivey Farris

A few weeks ago I posted some room pics on Instagram and I got quite a few comments and questions about this one . . . I can’t wait to change out these numbers with the new printed ones I just made! I still love the paper plate backgrounds, so the new numbers will slip […]

Candice Slaugh

Higher level math centers will really get your students thinking and writing about math. Read about my top six favorite higher level math centers.

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In this Make Six Puzzle, you are given eight equations. You must insert mathematical symbols (no digits) to make each equation equal six. If you are wondering what mathematical symbols you are allowed to use, that is up to you!

Evan

Trashketball is my favorite review game for middle school or high school kids. It works with any topic (I use it in math) and my students LOVE it. FREE DOWNLOAD

April L

Free, printable low floor high ceiling problems used in a co-op class setting for kids between the ages of 9 and 14. Based on math problems from youcubed.org.

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