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# Math

Here's a set of number organizers that show multiples of each number inside the number outline. A handy print-out for visual learners.

Teaching With a Mountain View: Multiplying Fractions

A List of Great Math Apps for your iPad ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The Top 17 Math apps for iPad ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Cool foldable.

Fractions on a number line

Shape Song, I sang this in my kindergarten class and they LOVED it!

Cute poster for your math classroom! Free!

Division without Dividing?!?!?! Why didn't I know this in 4th grade!!!

A great collection of anchor charts for math.

Place Value FREEBIE to assess number word, expanded form and standard form of numbers.

Math Center

Match the number on the clothespin to the # of items on the wheel. Works equally well for letters (upper and lower) or for younger kids, colours.

A teacher shows how she conducts daily multiplication drills in her classroom. The whole process takes just 5-10 minutes a day and results in times table mastery! I saw this before and didn't pin it! Thanks Kortney for pinning it!!! :)

Math Coach's Corner: Using Dot Cards to Build Number Sense. There's no doubt about it...subitizing is all the rage! So, now that you've made your dot cards, how exactly do you use them? First off, you want to develop routines for using your dot cards. You don't want to flash a card and just have students shout out the number. Read more and download free resources.

Partner flash card game: One student competes the equation with a magnetic number while the other student checks his/her work with unifix cubes.

Using base-ten blocks with a hundreds chart to make a place value connection with tens and ones.