Below are this month's entries:
If Long Division is a problem for your kids or students, Julie has the answer to making it easy in this post. Long Division Made Easy
Sue VanHattem is back to help fix some basic misconceptions about Anti-Dervatives and the Area under the Curve in Calculus. Calculus Anti-Derivatives and Area
Pat Ballew is here to tell us about how to use prior knowledge to enhance and build new knowledge, using what we know about midpoints to help us with Centroids. Average Points
Christa Fairbrother picks up on the best way to engage students..CANDY M&M's and Math, but she even gives us a bonus on how a function box can help with addition, subtraction, multiplication.. Engagement using a function box
Guillermo Bautista talks about the importance of getting your kids to understand the meaning correspondence in math.
Kimberly Moore uses her daughter's love for Paper Dolls to help explain the Concept of Division.
Colleen Young is back with Christmas Activities for you to use in the Classroom. Christmas Time
Sue VanHattem brings to us Holiday Logic Puzzles that we all love! Holiday Logic Puzzles
Denise gives us a way to keep up with homeschooling during the holiday season using a Mathematical Advent Calendar.
Great Advice and Insight
Can you create Mathematical Stars? Malke shows us how she got her daughter further into mathematical stars including the use of ornaments. Mathematical Star Ornaments
Terrance Banks gives all school teachers the best way to give a formative assessment that your students are sure to love and easy for you to use. Sticky Notes.
Colleen Young gives us Desmos an online graphing calculator is superb. FREE and very easy to use. Desmos Calculator
Cindy uses Number Rack to ask Kindergartners what makes five, learn how this app with help your students grow. Make Five with Number Rack
This concludes the 57th edition of the Math Teachers at Play. You may submit your entries for the 58th edition here.