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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Welcome!

Welcome to The Math Solution Blog!

This will be a place where teachers can collaborate with each other to share great ideas, math resources, and best practices for the classroom.  I plan to have lots of free resources for the taking and will link up with some real teacher-superstars and have them share their secrets to success.   

Teachers are pros when it comes to creative and innovative ways to enhance student learning.  And when it comes right down to it, we can all learn from each other.  There are many times in my teaching career that other great teachers came to my rescue with timely suggestions.  In fact, that's the nature of my job as a Math Specialist.  And I love learning alongside my teachers and their students. 

Please bear with my early attempts at blogging, until I get all the bugs worked out.  And by all means leave comments, share ideas, like the FB Fan Page and invite other teacher friends to join in the fun.  If you have ideas for things to post, or if you would consider being a guest blogger, click here to get in touch with me.  

Now, please make sure you leave a comment and tell us what grade you teach and where you are from.  We all would love to meet you!





P.S.  Here's your first FREEBIE!  Just a little something to brighten your day.  Place it near your desk or post it for your students.  Either way, everyone needs to know that they are someone special!  Click on the link below to get it!

11 comments:

  1. Penny, I am so proud of you! You know with my teaching math and kindergarten that I will be following your blog! Your blog looks great and I am sure you will be giving us many great ideas. Keep up the good work.

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    1. Thanks, Janice! Feel free to share your expertise anytime. :)

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  2. Welcome to the blogging world! I love find math blogs because math is my weakest area. I look forward to reading your posts and finding great resources to share with my teachers.

    Jana
    Thinking Out Loud

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    1. Thanks for the vote of confidence Jana! You are not alone, as many of the teachers I work with feel math is their weakest area too...thus...the math solution! :) Keep in touch and tell me what you want to see here!

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  3. Hi Penny,
    I am your newest follower from TBTS. I teach first grade in Missouri and love math. I am always looking for higher level thinking activities for my students. I will be checking back often. Please stop by and visit my blog if you get a chance.
    Sandra
    www.classroomcompanion.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Sandra! I will definately stop by your blog and send my teachers your way too! So nice to meet you! :)

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  4. Tag! You're It! We are playing Blogger tag. Come by my blog and check out the fun.

    Sandra
    Classroom Companion

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    1. Thanks, Heather! I'm yours too! :) I grabbed your button to link your site to mine.

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  6. Hi! I am your newest follower! I found you through TBTS!

    April
    Wolfelicious

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    1. Hi April! I will check out your blog too! Thanks

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