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Common Core Crunch - March...ELA & Math

What Does The Shape Say? | Around the Kampfire

Area and Perimeter SMART BOARD Game! Have fun in outer space while practicing area and perimeter of rectangular shapes! (Common Core Aligned: 4.MD.3) \$

Data Standards: Common Core Style - Great post on how to meet these standards!

Using medal totals from the Olympics to review different fractions skills.

Understanding Volume using Sugar Cubes: For kinesthetic learners there is no better way to master math skills than by building and solving concepts in a hands-on way.

10 Hands-On Strategies for Teaching Area and Perimeter | Scholastic.com, love the name activity

Teaching With a Mountain View: Percents, Decimals, Fractions and a Freebie!

{Teaching} Fraction Hopscotch

Array Wall Chart~ Arrays also help students understand the commutative property of multiplication.

Place Value Anchor Chart...Omit the ten thousands and hundred thousands to modify for second grade

MATH Order In The Court - Music Video - Fun introduction to the Order of Operations

Basic Geometric Ideas (5th grade) tree map

Tree Decorating: Roll the dice and add that number of pom poms to your tree. The first tree decorated is the winner, or can be played individually. The tweezers are added for some fine motor challenge. I think this would be good to practice factors.

Using pizza Play-Doh to compare fractions - worked great on white boards, and we found out that protractors make great pizza cutters!

The Doorbell Rang on you tube--great for teaching division

Engaging and easy math center ideas using dice! Perfect for numbers and counting and building up to addition!

This product contains activities that helps student distinguish between factors and multiples. It includes 2 graphic organizers Frayer models, and ...

Use straws to teach elapsed time. Click the image to view this and more ideas for using straws as teaching tools.

This is a resource that will allow your students to practice KEY skills in a self-checking, self-paced way. My students call it "I Have, Who Has" for one person. Great for pre-testing a concept or as a quick review of a previously covered topic! Check out the FREE PREVIEW to see what is included and for more information on how it works! This set of ORDER UP! focuses on MULTIPLYING FRACTIONS BY FRACTIONS SET #1. (\$)

(\$) Area and Perimeter SMART BOARD Game - Have fun in outer space while practicing area and perimeter of rectangular shapes! (Common Core Aligned: 4.MD.3)

Rounding! Do it! Have to find their rounding partner