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# Category :A-Z

## P for polygon! (A to Z challenge)

P–we are getting near the end of the alphabet–whew!I chose P to talk about polygons.  Polygons are basically two-dimensional multiple-sided figures.  Many polygons can be made to be composite shapes.  When I looked up polygon on Wikipedia I...

## N for numbers and numerals!

What is a number anyway?It is a term that is used to count, label, or measure something: zero, one, two, three, and so on, along with negative, irrational numbers, and others.  We can label these numbers when we speak of them, but how do we represent them on...

## M for multiplication! (A to Z challenge)

M for Multiplication–yay!  I love to teach multiplication.  How about you! Kids like shortcuts, right?!  When you are teaching your students let them know that when you multiply you are really just doing a shortcut.3×4 is really doing a...

## L for line (A to Z challenge)

Writing during spring break is a little challenging, but I’m still here : ) L is for Line!In math we can talk about the term ‘line’ with a few lessons.You can teach all about the line and useful applications of it. You can ask the kids where...

## J for Japanese Theorem (A to Z challenge)

Well this is embarassing… I must not know my alphabet!  I accidentally skipped J.  I think I was so excited to do my giveaway with my kidsmathteacher as the K that I repressed my knowledge of the alphabet : )Make sure to enter my giveaway that I posted...

## Giveaway! I for isosceles and K for kidsmathteacher!

Hey everyone!  I’m finally having my blogiversary giveaway!But first, I am a day behind on the A to Z blogging challenge so I am doubling up today with I and K. I is for isosceles!  Okay, call me funny but I love triangles.  I thought it was so...