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# Math (Number Sense)

math facts and place value

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Ooh, I like this anchor chart. Great visual representation of factors, products, and multiples!

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Place Value

### Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Place Value

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Image only, way to show number understanding.

Growing in 5th Grade: Rules of Divisibility Foldable

### Growing in 5th Grade: Rules of Divisibility Foldable

Powers of Ten Anchor Chart

### Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Exponents

teachingwithamountainview.com

Math anchor charts

Introducing Division Concepts

### Introducing Division Concepts (All Things Upper Elementary)

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Math Coach's Corner: Alternate Strategies for Multi-Digit Multiplication

Runde's Room: Still Having Fun with Factors (and a number freebie)

Math Coach's Corner: Alternate Strategies for Multi-Digit Multiplication. This is a great strategy to help students understand what they are really doing when multiplying.

Guest Post Middle School Math Moments: Learning to Love Prime Factorization - All Things Upper Elementary. Great strategy that will help with so much (including fractions)

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students make a poster to show all they know about a number

building square numbers

Order of operations-ideas and video on this blog

Tricks are NOT for Kids (Blog Post) Making connection with estimating builds true understanding.

### Tricks are NOT for Kids

Math Coach's Corner: Extending Multiplication to Larger Numbers

great mental math strategy

patterns in multiplication

expanded form idea

Great idea to strengthen number sense for struggling students.

Good idea for student notebooks or anchor charts

Teacher Tipster (Power Towers)-clever idea to help students with their math facts (or other skills)

Math Coach's Corner: Modeling Addition Structures

### Math Coach's Corner: Modeling Addition Structures

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Nice visual for prime and composite numbers. #math