Mathwire September Update
The featured topic for September is Active Participation. The article contains suggestions for teaching place value to students, extending the customary tasks to help students develop and strengthen number sense through hands-on activities.
Check out the September Issue
Mathwire also houses the Math Template Library, a collection of math templates in PDF format which teachers may download to use in their classrooms. The templates are designed to be inserted in sheet protectors which allow students to use dry erase markers and erasers on these reusable resources.
Check out the Mathwire Math Template Library to download templates.
This is the last e-mail subscription notice that will be sent from Mathwire. Many districts have strict spam filters that prevent subscribers from receiving these monthly subscription updates. The Mathwire Blog was created to fill this void. The blog will spotlight new activities and resources added to Mathwire. It will also highlight other activities on the site that new subscribers might have missed, including suggestions for extending the activities and for differentiating the activities to meet the needs of varied learners in a classroom.
Be sure to check out the ]Mathwire Blog and bookmark the site to check back often or sign on as a Follower to receive updates on your blog browser. Again, there will no longer be an e-mail option for receiving updates from
Archives on the blog allow users to catch up on past postings, so subscribers may easily stay current. A search feature also provides a vehicle for searching specific topics to aid in locating new activities for a specific topic. All articl
The blog also allows users to add comments at the end of each post. This is a great way for the Mathwire community to share ideas on implementing the activities across the grades or adapting an activity to meet the special needs of learners. We encourage you to use this feature as your idea or suggestion may help another teacher develop understanding in his/her students.
We thank you for your continued support of Mathwire, and we hope that you will enjoy the new Mathwire Blog.
Good luck with the new school year:)
Terry Kawas, Math Consultant
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