Pinterest is a fantastic resource for teachers. With tons of searchable activities and lesson plans it’s the perfect place to go to gather ideas for your classroom. Here’s a list of Pinterest pages for math teachers:
Math Games On this collaborative math games board you’ll find hundreds of pins for a variety of math games. There are holiday themed choices as well as printable activities.
Geometry Activities This board from Mr. Elementary Math has lots of activities for geometry classrooms. There are hands on activities for students that cover a wide range of learners.
Math Food The Center of Math’s Math Food board is full of ideas and inspiration that show how math is present in our everyday lives. There are pictures of an edible Periodic Table and articles on how math connects to favorite foods.
Colorful Math Lessons This board from the folks at Crayola includes over one hundred pins to different math activities. Many use crayons for math lessons to teach a wide range of topics.
Addition Activities On this board from United Teaching there are plenty of activities for math centers. From using manipulatives to new ways to use pocket charts and playing cards, there are tons of ideas.
Math Outdoors This page from The Learning Lady includes lots of activities for bringing math outdoors. It’s a great spot to gather inspiration for new activities for your math classroom.
Chromebooks in the Math Classroom This board includes ideas for using Chromebooks during math instruction. With links to blog posts and infographics it’s a good resource for Chromebook teachers.
Math Apps and Computer Games The Math Maniac’s board on math apps and computer games has resources for elementary and middle school teachers. There are free and paid apps on this board for K-8 classrooms.
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