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# Math

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Lipstick, Lattes, and Lesson Plans: Managing Guided Math (Math Workshop)

{Not Your Average Paper Clock craft} "Lets face it: Learning how to tell time is tough. There are just so many rules to memorize. The hour hand is short. The minute hand counts by fives. The hour hand speaks first. Oy vey! My mind spins just thinking about it. As a primary school teacher, I used all kinds of different clocks to teach these rules and, without question, this homemade variety was my all time favorite because it brought all of those complicated rules together in one spot." *Cool

Flip TEN-Fun addition card game from Guided Math! Kids line up cards in four rows of five. Then, they flip two cards over. If the sum of the two cards equals 10, they keep the cards and replace the cards with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no more matches left. Great for the start of the year in ANY grade! Finding friendly numbers is a skill ALL kids need to practice!

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

Very cute for learning median, mode, range, and mean!!

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

Here's a page for playing a Math Boggle game using both addition and subtraction. Could use for multiplication and division

Math!

### Math is Elementary: Monday Made It: July 8th

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First Grade – putting visuals with our strategies

Foldable Fun– Geometry- Lots of idea on this blog!

Excellent way to conceptually teach subtraction with regrouping. (Borrowing a bundle of tens)

test taking/word problem strategies

Nice way to show kids the difference between the relative weights of each unit

FREE ~ place value practice for deeper understanding of 2 digit addition ~ roll it ~ write it ~ build it ~ draw it ~ write it in expanded notation ~ first grade math ~ common core ~

What Time Is It? - A Telling Time Review Game

Math Rotations Anchor Chart

Dance Math - mixing academic learning and physical activity! Left leg is for the tens, right for the ones - hold up math facts and have them dance the answer!