In the bustling world of teaching, I often marvel at the dedication of educators who draw detailed anchor charts. I admit I’ve fallen down the
Teaching algebraic expressions to middle schoolers has been a journey. One thing that stood out was the jungle of vocabulary words. It’s easy for students
Are your students finding themselves in a maze of confusion when trying to find the area of quadrilaterals and triangles? I’ve got an exciting and
Have you noticed how triangles can be a bit of a math maze for our students? I mean, equilateral, isosceles, scalene – it’s like they’ve
Are your students hitting a bit of a roadblock when it comes to wrapping their heads around ratios and rates? Need a fun and colorful
Whether you are a well-versed teacher or just starting out, you know that middle schoolers love to talk—a lot. Like L O V E to
Have you ever wondered what goes on in the minds of 7th graders when it comes to math? Seventh grade is an exciting time filled
Teaching 6th grade can be amazing, but it can also be stressful to figure out how to engage 6th graders in their learning. The “too
When I was a student, many of my notes were written out by hand or fill-in-the-blank. My mind would wander a little when taking notes,
Welcome to Cognitive Cardio Math! I’m Ellie, a wife, mom, grandma, and dog ‘mom,’ and I’ve spent just about my whole life in school! With nearly 30 years in education, I’ve taught:
I’ve been creating resources for teachers since 2012 and have worked in the elearning industry for about five years as well!
If you’re looking for ideas and resources to help you teach math (and a little ELA), I can help you out!