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Math workshop- maybe for next year?

4th Grade Frolics: Math Workshop...So GLAD I Went There!!!

Math workstations

Keep Calm and Teach On: What Worked.... and What Didn't

Place value Written form Expanded form Numerical form

FREE - Geometry Vocabulary Cards.

Geometry Is Magical {Word Wall FREEBIE}

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

This website features great ideas for teachers when they are teaching math. It shows how to mangage your classroom activities, organization and what activities students have fun completing.

My Journey to 5th Grade: Math Workshop, Task Cards and a Freebie

Math Rotations Anchor Chart by Ms Stewart

Math anchor chart

Fraction Pictionary: Recognizing Fractions with Drawing {Fraction Game} www.teacherspayte... "The kids had a blast playing this game. They begged to play every day. It was a "real life" activity and helped the students see fractions in a new way, not just as pizzas." Karen S.

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Daily Data Ideas!

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Daily Data Ideas!

Open Number Line Strategy for Addition Subtraction FREEBIE! Eight practice sheets introducing and practicing this Common Core math strategy.

Math workshop

Math Workshop Adventures: 4 Stations!?!

Gallon man with real world objects. Genius! I'm a visual learner, this would have helped it make so much more sense

How easy and quick to make this math station?

How easy and quick to make this math station? by swampfrogfirst

Interesting idea for math stations... Nice way to display the information so everyone knows where they should be and what they should be doing.

Having Class: Tips for Interactive Notebooking

Having Class: Tips for Interactive Notebooking

Number of the Day - Great for place value & number sense!

Math book insert

preparing your math stations...debbie diller...change out every nine weeks. Have a station for every common core objective.

Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Addition and Subtraction with/without regrouping

3rd Grade Thoughts: Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations