Christine Hailes

Christine Hailes

Christine Hailes
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Lego Area & Perimeter...OMG my boys in 6th grade would LOVE this...ok and who am I kidding...my boyfriend hahaha

lego area & perimeter--This would be a fun way to get the students involved in math to learn about area and/or perimeter. All you would need is some legos and graph paper.

Confessions of a Kinder Teacher!: On to the Learning Train!!

Ways to show a number Number of the day Confessions of a Kinder Teacher!: On to the Learning Train! (Do the number for the day of the month? Or up to Or

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another way to do that number of the day thing I sent you the other day but in a board like manner. number concept - great for morning work/seat work!

Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time

Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time - I like the hidden minutes, perfect for consolidating the dual aspect of the clock. Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time

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Place Value Roll, Make, Expand Math Station - 5 different levels of game for awesome differentiation possibilities

Create an anchor chart together after exploring 3-D shapes

Unit: Anchor Chart, math journal prompts, shape pictures of items in that category (make PP), activities. Will make one like this layer in the week

Awesome ARRAYS ideas

Through this activity, students can begin to understand situations that entail multiplication. They are able to fill out the squares and see the relationship between numbers that are being multiplied together.

This would be a great project for students in  elementary math to complete. It is fun, and also allows students to tell their peers and teacher more about themselves! Great for project-based learning.

Math About Me: Figure Me Out! Beginning of the Year Math ~ Getting to know you activity. Can adapt and use from grades and up! From Shut the Door and Teach

For this 'What Do You Notice?' Family Math Night activity I decided to create an array of a double-digit multiplication problem. Still totally open for the little guys to notice things like colors and squares...and even just counting squares!

For this 'What Do You Notice?' Family Math Night activity I decided to create an array of a double-digit multiplication problem. Still totally open for the little guys to notice things like colors and squares.and even just counting squares!