I spend WAY too much time on Pinterest. When I saw this linky (hosted by Ashley from Just Reed) it looked like something I had to join in on.
So...in no particular order, here are my 10 favorite pins for math ideas. I have added links back to the original sources (as far as I could tell, anyhow). If I have incorrectly given credit, please let me know. Thanks!
One of my first inspirations while planning for Math workstations:
Source: Adventures in Teaching
No more flying dice...right?
Source: Sunny Days in Second Grade
Getting students to take responsibility for supplies (and figuring out who likes to smash the tips, who leaves the cap off, etc.):
Source: The Go-To Teacher
A math word wall, color-coded for Common Core:
Source: Blair Turner's TpT Store
Number of the day board:
Source: Simply 2nd Resources
Number Grid "Window"
Source: Teacher Tipster
Expanding Place Value:
Source: Parents.com/Homeschool Den
Individual Stick Game:
Source: Lesson Plan Diva
Boggle-Inspired Math Board:
Source: Live, Laugh, and Love to Learn
Using cards to have students identify maximum, minimum, median, etc.
Source: Debbie Diller
In the spirit of math-related items, I've decided to put all of my math games and activities on sale until the end of the month. Head on over and grab a great deal while you can :) Items are anywhere from 15% to 33% off. Click on the picture below to visit my store and see what's marked down!
Oh, and you still have a few days to enter the giveaway for a new pencil sharpener from Classroom Friendly Supplies: