Adam Kowalik
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Kids Books for Probability Lesson Plans -- Make teaching probability fun!

Kids Books for Probability Lesson Plans -- Make teaching probability fun! NTCM: Data and Probability

middle schoolers would love this

SNOT Poster ~ Self, Neighbor, Other, Teacher ~ Classroom management strategy~ YEP!

Personal Financial Literacy - Teacher Trap... great for new TEKS

The personal financial literacy math standards include challenging vocabulary and concepts. Use these 5 tools to make it easier and more fun for kids!

A money matching game not only reinforces lessons on the monetary value of each different type of coin, but it also brings home the idea that items like toys cost money. The concept of wants versus needs could also be introduced by including necessary items like food among the matching cards featured on the left here in addition to fun things like games or toys.

Me and My Gang: Treat or Treat

Kid's Math Talk Tools CCSS M.P. #3 construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

Kid's Math Talk Tools CCSS M. construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. This is good for poster math circle discussion

A great visual for Probability…not on the blog…just this picture

Probability anchor chart - only I'd put more likely and less likely on the same circle, to show the relationship - same with certain and impossible

Math Perseverance!  A blog post introducing some ways to help teach perseverance in the math classroom.

Teaching Perseverance in Math - Minds in Bloom

Have students roll a die to determine how they will explain their math thinking. Nice.

Transform Problem Solving: Push Them to Explain Their Thinking in One Simple Step. A little game to help guide students to explain and communicate their thinking on paper when solving problems.

fill a jar with word problems, kids pull out a problem, solve it in their math journals mathematically, and then writes why they chose to solve it that way

For Tera-Great Math Idea - Word Problem Jar -Fill a jar with word problems for kids to pull out and solve it in their math journals

A GREAT new math literature book for looking at equivalent fractions. Very engaging for upper elementary students! Read more about this book and grab a free equivalent fraction sort.

The Elementary Math Maniac: Monday Math Literature: Equivalent Fractions