## Related Boards

Even & Odd --- ninja game / 100 sticky notes posted all around the room / students divided into 2 teams / timer set for ninjas to find their team's numbers. Then ss put numbers in order and make posters.

Slap It! An Odds and Evens Card Game. It uses cards to reinforce concepts of odd and even, which in turn will help your child succeed in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

### Slap It!: An Odds and Evens Card Game

Math Journal

### Math journaling sentence starters...Great idea!

Place Value chart love this. I want to make a layout and laminate it. Then it can be used over and over again. Also you could attach baggies and the students could add the model blocks instead of drawing them. Can't wait this will be perfect for my second graders :)

Place value anchor charts - students have a very hard time with place value and i like the little houses for each of the periods

### Simply 2nd Resources: Pencils & Anchor Charts

Place value die... a cube for tens and ones. Can easily be extended for larger numbers... hundreds, one thousands, ten thousands etc

Part Part Whole - LOVE this interactive game

### Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Part Part Whole

Here's a fact family activity where students must find the "impostor."

### Fact Family_Find the Imposter

Teach With Laughter: Doubles Plus One Freebie

### Teach With Laughter: Doubles Plus One Freebie

Here's a set of task cards for working on doubles and doubles +1 facts.

Telling Time is EASY PEASY

### Teaching Special Thinkers: Telling Time is EASY PEASY

Fern Smith's FREE St. Patrick's Day Counting Coins Interactive Notebook Activity

Ideas for setting up a successful math workshop in your class! - The Center Based Classroom

Great anchor chart for math.

### Math is Elementary: Monday Made It: July 8th

QR code task cards are so much fun! They will keep your students engaged, allowed them to self-check, and incorporate technology at the same time! Perfect for independent math stations.

Think Math: Answer is on the board, students make question on sticky note and put it on their class number. Critical Thinking Activities for Fast Finishers and Beyond | Scholastic.com

Telling Time song

### Teaching's a Hoot!: Five for (the last!) Friday

Money Flip Book Freebie

### Kindergarten Boom Boom: Money Flip Book Freebie

Have students roll a die to determine how they will explain their math thinking. Nice.

The Classroom Key: Part-Part-Whole

### The Classroom Key: Part-Part-Whole

Make your own coin sorting game from an old container!

### Simple Coin Sorting - Happily Ever Mom

### Making Shift Happen: Math Talk!

Equation Anchor Chart

### F is for First Grade: Equation Anchor Chart

adding strategies anchor chart