Game: true/false math facts I would use this when teaching about adding multiple numbers. I would have students do this in math centers. I really like how students have to work out all of the problems and then decide if they are true or false.
The Reading Corner: FREEBIE and a math game
Addition and Subtraction Number Ladders
Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom: Math tools
The Math Journal Component ~ WOW!!! This post is packed with fabulous ideas. :)
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: The Math Journal Component
Rowdy in First Grade: My Guided Math
Simple idea but I bet it would be an effective reminder
Classroom Freebies: Coin Popsicle Stick Puppets
Around the Kampfire: What Does The Shape Say? & Quadrilateral Quotes!
5 Games to Play With a Hundreds Chart (Free)
Math Coachs Corner: Problem Solving...Let Them Struggle! Japanese teachers typically allow students to struggle the most with problems. Teachers in Germany stepped in to help a little quicker than the teachers in Japan. In the United States, however, teachers typically offered assistance at the first sign of struggle or frustration.
Math Coach's Corner: Problem Solving...Let Them Struggle!
Representing Numbers Foldable - great when studying place value.