Flashcards: Multiplication Terms

Standards CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.A.1Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a total number of objects can be expressed as 5 × 7. Summary This free PDF download of multiplication flashcards are designed to help

Idioms Book Activity

Standards Scroll to the ELA standards. Summary Idioms can be tough to explain. I mean, you’re basically saying, “This combination of words means something totally different than what the actual words mean.” As we’ve built out language arts elements in both our upcoming Making Camp Premium and AzTech apps, we asked teachers what they thought

To Solve a Math Problem (in Spanish or English): Visualize!

One book I highly recommend for anyone who teaches math above the the fourth grade level, all the way up to doctoral students, is Writing to Teach Mathematics and Science. Connolly and Vilardi give a TON of ideas, including drawing out the problem. Students were so engaged (meaning they didn’t whine and quit watching!) with  videos

Video: Perimeter of a Polygon

How to Find the Perimeter of a Polygon Learn how to find the perimeter using multiplication and addition and how to identify polygons. Examples including finding the perimeter for a rectangle, triangle, and a square. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FEzTscZZ6s

Video: Using Timelines with B.C.E.

We have four videos for you involving historical timelines with BCE.  1. Watch “Using Timelines With B.C.E.” in both English and Spanish below.  2. Watch “How to Solve the Timeline Problem” in English and Spanish. Using Timelines With B.C.E. (ENGLISH) How to Solve Timeline Problems With B.C.E. (SPANISH) How to Solve the Timeline Problem Linea

Video: Finding the Average

Finding the Average What is the mean? Can you sing the formula for it? So first you are going to add up the numbers you have. The second step is to divide however many numbers there were in the first place. BONUS: Watch it in Spanish – extra bonus, no singing. Scroll down to Encontrando

Lesson: Reading a Pictograph

Reading a Pictograph Pictographs are a fun, easy introduction to graphs. This video shows how to use a pictograph to answer questions, like how students get to school. This video and lesson slides are ready to go for your class. Students will learn the basics of how to use a graph. Video Standards