Tag: Graphs

A great list of winter math activities you must try. Let's incorporate the winter spirit as much as we can to enrich our classrooms and homes.
Math, Seasons, Teaching Ideas & Inspiration

Winter Math Activities

With such a bizarrely warm winter, I find myself seriously missing unique snowflakes, curling up by a fireplace and cozying up in my favorite sweater.  Our kids are missing out on all the wonderful features of winter too!  So, let’s bring the winter spirit to them and incorporate it as much as we can to enrich our classrooms and homes.  Here is a list of winter math activities you must try! Frosty’s Estimation If you’ve started lessons on how to best estimate, this bulletin board is perfect.  Glue a bunch of cotton balls into the shape of a snowman and ask students to make their best estimate. Oh, and be sure to actually record how many cottonContinue reading

Centers, Math, Teaching Ideas & Inspiration

Graphing Math Centers For Grade 3

  *This post contains affiliate links for convenient viewing* Centers are an awesome way to get students practicing what they’ve learned in a variety of fun ways.  Here are some great ideas I’ve come across for creating Graphing Math Centers for grade 3. Identifying Graphing Elements: It’s important that students are able to identify the types of graphs as well as all their parts.  This will help them make meaning of the data presented to them.  Here are some ways to get students to do just that:     Once students are done working together to identify the graphs, they can create their own graph as a group on chart paper (oh how they love toContinue reading