PROJECT BASED LEARNING
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Project based learning can help you transform your 3rd grade geometry unit into the most memorable math unit of the school year. Your students are
Your telling time unit is the perfect opportunity to connect math to the real world in a creative way. Rather than having your students complete
As a third grade teacher, it sometimes feels like you are teaching multiplication and division skills for nearly half the year. While students work to
Project based learning can help you transform your 2nd or 3rd grade place value unit into a wildly engaging cross-curricular learning experience! Imagine sending your
Math projects are an engaging way to provide students with enrichment opportunities when they’re demonstrating mastery at the beginning of a math unit, and the
The perfect math project for February is ready for your classroom! When February rolls around, I always long for a little break in the regular
Are you feeling the need for a break from your regular math routine? It’s the perfect time to continue plugging away on standards while squeezing
A common question I receive is, “How do you find time to teach your full math curriculum, do Math Workshop, and do project based learning?”
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