# Math help

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### These Fraction, Decimal, and Percent conversions posters are a must have for any 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade Math Classroom! Help your class learn converting decimals, converting percents, and convertin…

Elizabeth Bennett saved to Math

### Knowing prime numbers makes working with fractions easier. What better way to help students learn prime numbers than to play a game? I created this game to help my fifth graders review. First, we reviewed with foldables in their journal. Then, the students tried the game with the notes. Eventually, they go to the point […]

Anna Annunziata saved to Activities for Math Class

### "Cheat sheets" always helped me in school. Being a visual learner, they were a quick and easy way to memorize a lot of information in a short amount of time. Here are a list of my favorite

My Info saved to Mathematics

### This eye-catching bulletin board poster is perfect for any math classroom! Help your students memorize square roots and perfect squares and add to your cute classroom decor!

Herbertshorter saved to Art of learning

### Our 10 year old was given the opportunity to do sixth grade math in fifth grade. We were psyched that he was going to be challenged more in his favorite subject. The program is pretty much self-taught

Britney Nichols saved to Multiplication Facts

### Need help for your kid's math homework? These math problem solver websites and smartphone apps can help your student learn and check their math homework...

Lori Eagle saved to Home stuff

### Order of Operation. "It really doesn't matter which method you use to teach the Order of Operations. You can use PEMDAS, Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, or any other catchy phrase. That isn't the biggest problem. It is when they have to take their standardized tests and they don't understand that their calculator doesn't follow the order of operations. It follows the order they type things in. Here are 3 ways to make sure they understand the order of operations" "The Order of…

TeacherIdea saved to Algebra