New Back to School Math Problem Prompt Cards - Free Set of 30! Plus how to use them in the digital classroom
I've just finished uploading a new set of 'What's the Math Question?' prompt cards (free to download in my shop). This new set has a back to school theme, making it an ideal activity to do if you are about to start a new school year.
These math prompt cards would traditionally be printed and laminated to use in the classroom. However, this year, some of you may be teaching your class online! So, in this post, I'll outline a suggestion as to how you can still use these math prompt cards for distance teaching.
Have you purchased a PDF file (secured with a password or not) and found yourself stuck with splitting the pages that you want to assign to your students for distance learning? For example, if you have purchased any one of my Math Mysteries, the PDF file contains both the student sheets, answer sheets, teacher instructions, and printable awards. Obviously, you don't want to be sending the entire file home to them. So how do you split these secured documents to contain the student pages only? Continue reading this post for a simple solution to this common issue.
Several months ago someone requested a rainy day math mystery, and I had the suggestion sitting in my 'to-make' list for quite a while before I could get around to developing the mystery story, activity and video hook for it. But now, I'm happy to say, it's finally almost ready and on the way! Read on for a sneak peek into the mystery story and video hook.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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