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## What are the different types of fractions?

What are the different types of fractions? Various types of fractions can pop up all around you! Whether you’re splitting a bill at a restaurant or trying to share a pizza with your friends, you’ll encounter situations where you need to understand fractional parts. So, what are the types of fractions? Whether you’re a student struggling with math or someone who wants to refresh their

## 7 Inclusion Classroom Supports for All Teachers

Welcome, fellow educator!  My name is Caroline Koehler.  I’m a special education teacher guest blogging for Minds in Bloom.  Let’s dive into my 7 strategies to ensure that all classrooms are inclusion classrooms catering to the needs of our diverse learners. As educators, we strive to create an inclusion classroom that is equitable and inclusive of all students.  However, it can be challenging to ensure that every student

Fun Basketball Themed Math Activity When I was in 5th grade, I had a teacher that would let us play “trashketball” on test review days! Yes, Please!!!! She would give us a review question to solve, and if we got it right, we could wad up our scratch paper and earn a shot. Everyone loved trashketball day! A few years ago, my team and I

## Prepare for Report Card Day with a Gradebook Planner!

Don’t let another report card day catch you off guard! It’s the first of the year! School is halfway over, and now is the perfect time to save yourself MAJOR stress in the coming weeks.  Raise your hand if you are sick and tired of report card week rolling around and feeling the pressure of needing to grade 10 stacks of paper, mark 12 assignments