1. PreAlg.png(NP) My pinterest site has a lot of cool activities, sites and resources for Pre-Algebra/math teachers - http://pinterest.com/napmath/
  2. Students Sing Out Steps to Long Division - http://www.schoolbook.org/2012/10/23/students-sing-out-long-division
  3. Dividing by Zero - How not to teach it and some better ideas - http://rationalexpressions.blogspot.ca/2012/11/how-not-to-teach-it-division-by-zero.html
  4. (PJ) I used to watch Cyberchase as a kid and there is tons of math in it, I know that overall the show is pretty childish, but sometimes I think it is fun to do stuff like this. This may not be a resource that you would use directly in class, but it is something that you could give to your students if they wanted a fun way to practice at home. Watching the episodes would also be a cool way to get math integrated into regular life, because there are a lot of quirky problem solving applications. Yay!
  5. (PJ) Another portion of the PBS Cyberchase website dedicated to student activities, this is just organized a little bit differently, sorting the pages according to topics. Yipee!
  6. Books you might like or share with your students:
    1. Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math by Danica McKellar
    2. Kiss Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who's Boss by Danica McKellar
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