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# Maths

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I got this idea from here. I just started using it so I’ll have to see how it goes. I use it as part of my math rotation. The students work on it and mark it themselves and I check it at t…

They Can't Get Enough! 4 comments Fractions, math Last week we wrapped up our unit on fractions. Before we took the unit test, we played a game of fraction bingo. What I love about this activity is that the students make their own bingo cards! I gave each student a coloring guide and a fraction shapes page. They used the coloring guide to color each fraction shape. I had them color code their fractions as well (halves were green, thirds were pink, and so on). When they were done coloring in…

These are two easy and fun little games for your students to practice place value and expanded notation to the hundreds and again to the thousands. Use this along with my Place Value Feebie for Tens and Ones Other Similar Products: Freebie Place Value Tens and Ones Roll It Make It Expand It Freeb...

Love this math station I spotted in 5th grade recently. Students use playing cards to find range, median, and mode. Fun and simple activity!

My Math Games Posts Part 1 and Part 2 are some of my most visited posts on my blog. I love math games! My kiddos last year loved them too! They begged to do Math Games! I knew that I would need to reorganize my games for the new school year. It was one of those items on my to do list that was important but not quite as important as making name tags and planning for the first week. So it got pushed back until after school started. One afternoon I went through my cart and pulled out the games…

File Folder games for grades K-3, including math, reading, writing, and more. My file folder games are great for workshops, small groups, and early finishers.

Students can read most math problems and solve them pretty quickly by completing one or two operations. These are different! There can be many ways to approach these types of problems. \$

Translations, rotations, reflections...fun math project.

This isn't exactly a Foldable, but it could definitely be turned into one. Caricatures are a fun way for kids to describe what they have learned about a particular person or group of people. They could definitely be a part of any Foldable!

Kids have a lot of misconceptions about capacity, and they can really only be cleared up through hands-on exploration. Sadly, I don't think they get opportunities for this like we did when we were kids. Instead of playing in a sand box or with cups and bowls in the bathtub, kids are playing with iPads and Wii's. And so many districts (mine included) are taking away sand and water tables from kindergarten, in favor of more "rigor." Because of this, kids are not building the schema necessary…

Clock Foldable FREEBIE from Amber Polk on TeachersNotebook.com (2 pages)

Measurement Measure to nearest inch, half inch, and quarter inch Ocean theme I.MD.2. , 2.MD.1, 2.MD.3, 2.MD.4 This ocean-themed measurement center is aligned with 1st and 2nd grade Common Core Standards. Students will practice measuring to the nearest quarter inch. This packet includes: - 12 oc...

This set includes 14 math games that align with Common Core! Oh Snap! Not My Problem! Poppin Numbers Matho I Have, Who Has Easy Addition I Have, Who Has Addition and Subtraction I Have, Who Has Reading Number Words I Have, Who Has Reading Numers I Have, Who Has Addition and Subtraction Part 2 Swipe ...

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