Welcome to Math Monday Blog Hop!!!! In this hop all links will relate to the theme: Math Vocabulary.

This week, I'd like you to consider your own school experience. Did you use many mathematical terms? How might your math experience have been richer with more vocabulary inclusion?

Personally, I remember very little terminology. Sure, we had the basics--multiplication, addition, perimeter--but it was pretty limited. When I started teaching and had Word Resource Cards to use in the context of lessons, it brought both inspiration and challenge. I've had to learn vocabulary for the first time...as a teacher. I'm so pleased to support students with vocabulary that helps them to explain their thinking, clarifying both what they know and what they still need to figure out. I turn to resources like:

- Pinterest: Math - Vocabulary
- Children's Books - so many books help to clarify math terminology. I will never forget radius, circumference and diameter after reading the Sir Cumference books.
- Math Vocabulary Reference - I use Word Resource Cards. Other helpful resources include:
- Granite School District vocabulary lists & cards (cards are in color)
- Spelling City vocab lists by grade level
- Word Wall cards
- Common Core math vocabulary by grade level
- online math glossary.

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