- Creating an Alphabet book for algebra class at the end of the year, pulling all the information together and creating and designing a book that encompasses their algebra class.
- Creating quilts, where each students creates a picture for the class to see on your math topic for the day. Or just drawing pictures of what they have learned that day.
- Having a gallery walk, where the teacher displays the quilts and directs the class through the gallery.
- The last one I am going to share is dressing up like the mathematician for the day, say for instance Archimedes. The teacher is the character and you go through the lesson as normal and after the students ask questions, have comments, or present ideas.
Pearson: 50 Literacy Strategies