Are you looking for free New Years Math Activities to come back from holiday break and blast off the new school semester? I’ve got you covered with my favorites from all over the Internet. As usual, I don’t just share ...

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Let’s learn about mathematicians in Women’s History Month this March! Math and science have historically been male dominated fields. According to The STEM Gap, “Women make up only 28% of the workforce in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and men vastly ...

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Are you looking for FREE, fun and engaging themed math for Groundhog Day? Here are a few ideas. For All Ages -Go outside to measure shadows using sidewalk chalk and measuring tape. See instructions from Education World here (this lesson ...

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What better day for fun Star Wars themed math than May the Fourth? Use these ideas to incorporate Star Wars into your elementary and middle school instruction. Free Printable Math Puzzles Download free printable Star Wars themed math puzzles at ...

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Are you looking for free resources and ideas to incorporate the Super Bowl into your math instruction? Here are some of the best I’ve found.  Updated 1/24/24 to fix links! Measurement and Graphing Activities Use geometry and spatial skills to fold ...

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As the school year comes to an end, many teachers and tutors are looking for fun and engaging, but still educational, projects that reinforce math skills. Here are some open ended creative math project options for the end of the ...

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No matter what age or grade you teach there are meaningful and engaging hands on ways to incorporate Easter fun into your math instruction! Jellybean Math Use jellybeans to sort and graph, make patterns or explore beginning probability. For preK ...

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Earth Day 2019 occurs every year on April 22. There are many engaging and educational ways to incorporate this theme into your math instruction no matter what grade you teach. All listed activities are FREE. Earth Day Math Activities for ...

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Have some St Patricks Day themed fun in your math class while still having high level learning with the following activities. I have read through every idea here and only linked activities that are free and high quality. All of ...

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March 14 is Pi Day and a classic day for celebrating math, with great pi day activities available even for elementary school. The first Pi Day was celebrated in 1988 in San Francisco, California in order to draw attention to ...

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Are you or your students college basketball fans? Here are some fun and engaging ways to incorporate March Madness into your math instruction. All links checked 2/20/23 Class Tournament I have seen two ways to do this. In one students ...

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No matter what grade you teach or what math concept you are working on, you can incorporate the Dr. Seuss theme into your math instruction to celebrate his birthday and Read Across America week! Here are some ideas specific to ...

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Presidents’ Day is the perfect day for math activities including money math, graphing, and more. See my post Math Picture Books About Money for book ideas! Money Math For Primary Grades Coin Sort– sort pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters and practice identifying ...

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In most states a school year is 180 days long, meaning that the 90th school day is halfway day! I have never been at a school that celebrated that but ran across some mentions of it while researching 100th day ...

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(For Older Kids Too) Are you ready to celebrate the 100th Day of School but want some creative hands on activities that will build your kids’ mathematical thinking? Do you teach older kids that still want to celebrate and need ...

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It is really fun to incorporate holidays into your math instruction, and I am always looking for ways to do that creatively and with real world applications; not just putting holiday graphics on a worksheet or a reference to the ...

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