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LEARNING CENTERS/MATH
Hang Out with a Good Math Problem!

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: November 24, 2001

Download the "clothes" reproducibles and "student instruction sheet" PDF. Copy the clothes onto colored cardstock. Make as many copies of the clothing as you have math problems for. Laminate for durability.

With a dry-erase marker, write various math problems onto the pieces of clothing (1 problem per piece). Put into a basket or laundry bag. Include clothespins and marker.

Hang a clothesline over your learning center. As a student answers a math problem, he will hook it onto the line with a clothespin. Ask the students to hang the problems from the least answer to the greatest answer.

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