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El acoso escolar es combatido Uno de los principales problemas del acoso escolar o bullying es que la mayoría de las veces es invisible a los ojos de los profesores y padres de familia es por ello que una maestra en Estados Unidos inició con un programa que la ha ayudado a detectar los patrones de este tipo en sus aulas de clase. Un texto publicado en Readers Digest por Glennon Doyle habla sobre la brillante estrategia de una docente en Estados Unidos para detener el bullying. Su táctica es…

5.3C Division for Struggling Learners (I adore this strategy!)

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### 10 Ways to Teach Math Using Post It Notes

Discover 10 ways to teach math using post it notes here http://mrelementarymath.blogspot.com/2015/10/10-ways-to-teach-math-using-post-it.html There are ideas for teaching addition, even and odd numbers, fact families, comparing numbers, rounding, fractions, decimals, area and graphing. Sticky notes help make learning interactive and fun!

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### Long Division Interactive Notebook

Long Division Interactive Notebook on TPT Check out the multi-digit multiplication version: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Multi-Digit-Multiplication-Interactive-Notebook-2408976

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Fabulous in Fifth!: Mathematical Mondays: Diving into Long Division …

Need a way to start long division? Is it too challenging for your students to write all the steps of long division at first? Now you have an easier way to walk them through the steps. This template will provide a way for students to fill in the boxes to help them get on the right track for long division.

Fabulous in Fifth!: Using Sticky Notes for Long Division

Division Man - so much better than "Does McDonalds Serve Cheese Burgers?" - I might add a goatee as the "check" step

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### Laredo, TX

This was suggested for long division but of course could be used to help with any alignment (adding, subtracting, or multiplying....Great idea! Long division worksheets ... free... using graph paper keeps the numbers lined up!