I've got a foldable for that!: Math Important Book - sequences and square roots

I've got a foldable for that!: Math Important Book - sequences and square roots I like the idea of using foldables to teach expectations. Interactive way to go over the "rules" at the beginning of the year.

Fraction Rules Poster or Handout.....Like I will EVERRRRRRRRRRRRRRR need this.:

Fraction Rules Poster or Handout

Even and Odd Activities and Materials (Whole Class and Center)

Even and Odd Activities and Materials

This anchor chart is a great way to organize sorting. I think I will prep it ahead of time, and have the class organize the shapes and glue them in the bubbles.

This anchor chart is a great way to organize sorting. I think I will prep it ahead of time, and have the class organize the shapes and glue them in the bubbles. i will also have my kindies write the names

Odd and Evens anchor chart idea.  Some of my third graders don't have this down!  (Picture only, no link)

odd or even. Odd and Evens anchor chart idea. Some of my third graders don't have this down!

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Place value Written form Expanded form Numerical form // modify for gr. (standard, word, expanded, powers of ten)

First Grade A to Z: Back to the Grind and lots of Freebies!

I posted one similar to this right beside my number line. It helped the students know which way to travel on the number line. This year, I want to add the missing number aspect for number sense.

Comparing Numbers

Teacher Stuff: Math Chart Share!!

Hagan's classroom is a riot of color and inspiration.

The Teacher Who Believes Math Equals Love

The Teacher Who Believes Math Equals Love, an NPRed interview of Oklahoma math teacher Sarah Hagan.

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