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Estimation Fun: Lima Beans in a Jar

Posted by Jen Wieber

How are your estimation skills? Test them out with this fun estimation riddle!

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Fodey.com: Newspaper Clipping Classroom Resource

Posted by Jen Wieber

Use the Newspaper Generator from Fodey.com to create lots of fun for your classroom this year!

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Tomato Math and Free PDFs

Posted by Jen Wieber

94 years ago this month, the tomato was finally proven safe to eat! Combine a short history and a fun fraction lesson with this fantastic vegetable! (or is it a fruit?!)

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Fact Families Art Project

Posted by Jen Wieber

Show the close relationship between fact families with this fun math art project!

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Positive and Negative Spaces Art Project

Posted by Jen Wieber

Use this simple art project using students' signatures to teach positive and negative space, symmetry, and handwriting!

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Alan Walker

Teacher, author, and founder of Multiplication.com

Anne Walker

Anne has been an educator for over 30 years and even more important she's been an avid learner her entire life.

Caycee Coffield

Caycee Coffield

Mom, wife, and learning advocate, looking for connections between life and math.

Elicia Zahm

Work from home mom with a background in psychology; Starbucks lover.

Jen Wieber

Jen Wieber

Accomplished teacher of math, Driver's Ed, and writing. Mother of three. Survivor of all.

Peggy Valnes

Peggy Valnes

Peggy is a dedicated educator with a talent for making learning accessible for all kinds of learners.