I love making my own games for math class, but I also am willing to purchase something that's completely made by someone else if it's worthwhile. Here is a list of 14 games I've tried with students and enjoyed.
Here I'll share 12 games of varying challenge levels - variations on traditional games like Four Corners and Simon Says, discussion techniques, and Improv style games from theatre! Enjoy!
Are you thinking about writing a grant to get iPads for your classroom or school? Maybe my draft will help you in that endeavor or give you some new ideas on how iPads can be used in the classroom.
I love Morning Meetings with my sixth graders. Our typical Morning Meetings follow the structure from Responsive Classroom, but there are some days that we spend a lot longer on activities than others. Sprinkled throughout the year, I love to teach my students mind games. These mind games are ones that can only be done... Continue Reading →