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Learning new languages not only opens new doors of opportunity, it keeps your brain sharper. This infographic from Sunbelt Staffing covers how learning a new language affects your brain:Learn to Design Animated Infographics

Infographic. Many think Chinese is hard to learn. But actually, there are many reasons that make Chinese easier than most people realize. Here are just a few reasons why Chinese is easy. From waymandarin.com blog.

Many think Chinese is hard to learn. But actually, there are many reasons that make Chinese easier than most people realize.

Teaching division without dividing!

The Grade May-niacs: Division without Dividing? Good idea for kids struggling with division. CB: Know as the partial quotient methods, where students really use multiplication to find quotients!

7 Times Table Fortune Teller - 7 times table, times table, fortune teller, activity, craft, fold, times tables

This brilliant activity provides instructions on how to make your own 8 times table themed fortune teller! Fantastic for your maths lessons!

Math Centres - Place Value Cups - Have students select a number then represent it with base ten manipulatives.

Can replace numbers with words that rhyme! :) Math Centres - Place Value Cups - Have students select a number then represent it with base ten manipulatives.