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 Board: ARCHIVE 05-21-2008, 08:38 AM Replies: 1   Posted By Mrs. Walker November: teeth on a pumpkin with the prize of a... November: teeth on a pumpkin with the prize of a pumpkin bar or cookie? Dec: ornaments on a tree with the prize of a candy cane? Well, there's a couple! :)
 Board: ARCHIVE 05-21-2008, 08:35 AM Replies: 8   Posted By Mrs. Walker Pemdas My kids really benefit from the Please Excuse phrase too. I tell them that addition and subtraction are partners. So are multiplication and Division, so if 2 partners are all you have left to do in...
 Board: ARCHIVE 05-21-2008, 08:32 AM Replies: 5   Posted By Mrs. Walker do you mean positive and negative? I teach my 6th graders this way: First you have to make the problem an addition problem by changing the minus to a plus and changing the sign of the last number. For example, 5-6 now becomes 5+...
 04-29-2008, 07:32 AM Replies: 12   Posted By Mrs. Walker Thanks! Thanks for all the great advice! I feel better!! :)
 Board: ARCHIVE 04-07-2008, 09:49 AM Replies: 1   Posted By Mrs. Walker Need Earth Day ideas... I teach 6th grade and was looking for some neat ideas for Earth Day. I've found lots of activities on the web, but it's the same old stuff. Got anything good? Thanks!
 04-07-2008, 08:39 AM Replies: 12   Posted By Mrs. Walker thanks for the replies! Oh, don't worry...I HAVE TO DECORATE and I HAVE TO STICKER THINGS!! Ha ha, I don't think I can ever shake those fun elementary things--nor do I want to! I'm mostly concerned with things like...
 04-06-2008, 12:47 PM Replies: 12   Posted By Mrs. Walker New junior high teacher--help!! I have been a sixth grade teacher in an Elementary building for TEN years and am now moving to the junior high building to teach 7th/8th grade math! I am excited and scared at the same time!! Got...
 04-06-2008, 12:34 PM Replies: 23   Posted By Mrs. Walker frogs When I did frogs, I put WELCOME TO OUR PAD on my door. I put little frog cut-out with each child's name sitting on a giant lily pad. For my job board, I wrote each job on a lily pad and the...
 Board: ARCHIVE 04-06-2008, 12:31 PM Replies: 2   Posted By Mrs. Walker fiesta... The bulletin board I made said TACO 'BOUT A GREAT CLASS! I made taco cut-outs and put their names on them.
 Board: ARCHIVE 04-06-2008, 12:28 PM Replies: 3   Posted By Mrs. Walker Dream door... Maybe have the kids dress up according to the dream they have for their future, take their pictures and post on the door?? :)
 04-06-2008, 12:25 PM Replies: 26   Posted By Mrs. Walker that's a loooooong tension rod! What about shower curtain rods? Do those extend 120 inches???
 Board: ARCHIVE 04-06-2008, 12:22 PM Replies: 2   Posted By Mrs. Walker multiplication poems Those are cute ones above!!! How about : Stayin' alive...I know my fives. I'm in heaven...I know my sevens (of course,I'm at a Catholic School!!):) I'm first-rate...I can do my eights!...
 Board: ARCHIVE 04-06-2008, 12:08 PM Replies: 3   Posted By Mrs. Walker "floating planets"! I use straight pins a lot for my bulletin boards that I literally want to "stand out". I was thinking it may be neat for planets to attach them to the board with pins rather than staples to make...
 Board: ARCHIVE 04-03-2008, 01:35 PM Replies: 3   Posted By Mrs. Walker Partial Quotients Division We have the Everyday Math series at our school. It teaches a method call Partial Quotients for long division. My 6th graders use it the majority of the time, claiming it's "way easier" than the old...
 Board: ARCHIVE 02-11-2008, 08:00 PM Replies: 21   Posted By Mrs. Walker Partial Quotients I (and my 6th graders) really love partial quotients division. My kids call it "hangman" because that's what it looks like! I've got examples and an explanation I wrote out for someone else awhile...