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Ready to Get Your #Math On?! Giveaway!

Primary Inspired: Ready to Get Your Math On?! Giveaway!

What's Included in this 38-page product: *Explanation of Interactive Math Notebooks *Place Value Mini-Posters *Roll It *Place Value Bubble Map *Ones, Tens, and Hundreds Flip Flaps *Base Ten Block Flip Flaps *Expanded Form Flip Flaps *10 More, 10 Less, 1 More, 1 Less *Greater Than/Less Than 500 *What’s the Digit Value *Photos of these interactive math notebook pages

First grade common core place value, numbers 11 to 19, number chains and what to do with them!

My Mommy Reads: Teacher Action

Teaching Special Thinkers: Telling Time is EASY PEASY Creating an analog clock from a unifix number line-- to support learners' understanding of time--great idea!

I love hundred chart games and activities! Here some great ones to use.

free!..........subitizing slide show. over 30 cards to flash with your class!

Need to look at this site more, but looks like lots of good virtual manipulatives and it's free.

2nd grade Math anchor chart Via teaching :) Use whole brain hand motions to have kids remember.

Preschool & Kindergarten Common Core Math Pack for November

Cute Anchor chart-- You only need to make one chart, and change up the number each day

everyday snapshots: Learning to Write Numbers and a Free Printable

I love the hands-on concept....Number Bracelets! Students write down all of the ways they can make numbers by manipulating the beads on their bracelets. I could get really fancy with some of my beads.

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.)

Common Core Math Question of the Day for Kindergarten for September!! At least 1 question for each standard with a fun September theme :) Two formats are included: full page to project or print and 1/4 page to print as cards for games or quick review $

I use this still today. I really wish more teachers would teach this. Kids will use it their entire life and NEVER count on their fingers.