Please Note: Click on past dates to catch up, but, like advent calendar, the links for future dates won't work until the correct day! Enjoy our holiday gift to you! :)
Holiday Greetings My Friends-
I have the pleasure of linking up with several wonderful math bloggers for a month long holiday hop.
We are excited about this collaboration because each day you can access a different blogger with
great holiday tips and a special gift. Be sure to tune in everyday to read each blog post.
Holiday Tip #1: It is so important for teachers to take care of themselves during this stressful time of the year. With activities, events, and celebrations going on around you, remember to step back and take time for yourself. Make your night easier once in a while and cut back homework- OR- plan to go over it together in class so you can have an much needed relaxing evening at home.
Holiday Tip #2: When it comes to math and the holidays, use it to your advantage. Bring in holiday ads and some lessons about money, statistics (survey of favorite toys), graph the data, etc. Make it fun and engaging. Don't have time to stop and do these kinds or activities? No problem, exchange some of the story problems in your basal out with holiday problems, OR, challenge students to turn a set number of problems in their daily work into holiday based questions.
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Thank you for linking up with me today. Be sure to tune in everyday during the month of December
to read each blog post. By clicking on the header at the top of this post, you will return to the starting point of our blog hop.
Don't Miss Tomorrow!Join us tomorrow as The Teacher Studio will be providing you with wonderful holiday tips and a special
AWESOME! I love how you put how to solve the adding fractions hints!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much!
Thanks Elizabeth! :) I am so pleased to hear it. Enjoy!Delete
It is amazing how a simple change like altering the wording of problems can make them into holiday fun. Great tips, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
The Math Maniac
I am SO glad you stopped by! Have a wonderful Holiday and ROCK ON! :)Delete
I like the holiday ad idea. I am sure ads will be easy to find in your junk mail or on the internet. There many real life simulations you can do with ads and money (sales, needs and wants, addition/subtraction, multi-step problems, etc.) Great post!ReplyDelete
Mr Elementary Math Blog
I appreciate your comments and thoughts. Enjoy and have a very happy holiday season. :)