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# Interactive Noggle Game: Play a Round for Free and Chance to Win Full Game!

Last year my  husband (who is a software developer) and I created the interactive game Noggle that has been a big hit with teachers using it in their classroom!  My students absolutely love the game and from what I have heard from other teachers, their students do, too.  The problem with our original Noggle game, though,Read more about Interactive Noggle Game: Play a Round for Free and Chance to Win Full Game![…]

# 5 Ways to Use Factor Trees in Middle School Math

I think factor trees are one of the coolest “tools” for middle school students!  Students tend to like them and they have several different uses in middle school math. Here are the 5 ways I use factor trees with my students: 1.  Prime Factorization This is the most obvious use of factor trees and it’s typicallyRead more about 5 Ways to Use Factor Trees in Middle School Math[…]

# Coordinate Planes Freebie

Just a quick post today (to make up for my last 3 being sooo long)! Does anyone else have students who can’t seem to draw a decent coordinate plane on a piece of graph paper?  I never would have thought that tracing a horizontal and vertical line on a piece of graph paper would beRead more about Coordinate Planes Freebie[…]