### 5th

### America

### Nature

### Art

### Poetry

### Music

### Ancient history

### 9th

### 4th

### Middle Ages/renaissance

### 3rd

### 2nd

### 1st

### 8th

### A day in the life of a Roman soldier - Robert Garland

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### I'm DONE, a new math station and a freebie

I'm DONE!!!! My report cards are DONE!!!! Now, just to get through the next 9 days :-) We've got a little ice cream theme going on because I've sort of promised my students an ice cream party next week. If you saw my post last week you know that we have been working on choosing between addition and subtraction. My students are getting better and enjoyed the strawberry math station, but it was time for a new one. So, here's what I came up with... Students roll 2 dice then decide if they want…

### February Math & ELA Printables

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### What is a Living Book? Encouragement for embracing a Living Books-based Home Education, Part 1, The Unplugged Family

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### On The Way To School (Region 3 DVD / Non USA Region) (Hong Kong Version Documentary / English & Chinese subtitled) a.k.a. Sur le chemin de l'ecole

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### Using the Distributive Property (Answers Do Not Include Exponents) (A)

The Using the Distributive Property (Answers Do Not Include Exponents) (A) Math Worksheet from the Algebra Worksheets Page at Math-Drills.com.

### What are the main exponent rules?

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### Airplane Method for Factoring

I mentioned the "airplane" method for factoring in a recent post. Someone asked me what that was, so I thought I'd share. I have seen a lot of methods for factoring a quadratic with a leading coefficient. Out of the ones I've tried, this is my favorite. The analogy to an airplane is a bit of a stretch, but students seem to remember it pretty well. So I'll take it. I should also mention that, before I show this to students, I always spend some time letting them work on these by trial and…

### How to Factor Polynomials Easily

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### Airplane Method for Factoring

I mentioned the "airplane" method for factoring in a recent post. Someone asked me what that was, so I thought I'd share. I have seen a lot of methods for factoring a quadratic with a leading coefficient. Out of the ones I've tried, this is my favorite. The analogy to an airplane is a bit of a stretch, but students seem to remember it pretty well. So I'll take it. I should also mention that, before I show this to students, I always spend some time letting them work on these by trial and…

### Listening to Beethoven

I almost forgot that I had scanned these to share with you! A few weeks ago we listened to "Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven. First graders discussed tempo, mood and dynamics and then created these written/drawn responses. They had some pretty heavy thoughts about the song. It was a great opportunity to talk about how music captures emotions. We discussed music that is used for weddings, funerals, parades, parties, etc... What insightful young men and women I teach! UPDATED: Just to answer a…

### Challenge of the Week

One fun math idea to incorporate as a weekly routine is a Challenge of the Week problem. It is optional for students to give it a try, but I've found that just by adding the word challenge and hyping it up a little bit...kids love to give it a shot! The problem is always an extension of what we are studying that week in class. I put each new challenge up on Monday morning and students have until the end of the day on Thursday to turn in their solutions to the turn in basket pictured. We go…

### ejercicios de ecuaciones cuadráticas resueltas | Matemáticas modernas

La idea es que puedas ejercitarte. Por eso pensé en proponerte algunos ejercicios de ecuaciones cuadráticas resueltas.

### Expanding triple brackets

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### Using the Distributive Property (Answers Do Not Include Exponents) (A)

The Using the Distributive Property (Answers Do Not Include Exponents) (A) Math Worksheet from the Algebra Worksheets Page at Math-Drills.com.