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Classroom Freebies: Problem of the Day: Easy Math Routine!

10 more, 10 less, 1 more, 1 less.Teacher Tipster has the neatest ideas! www.facebook.com/...

Common Core Math Practice Standards free "I Can" statements

Comparing fractions anchor chart. Plus more anchor chart ideas on this blog post!

Worksheets: Fraction Math: Pizza Time!

Second Grade Scrapbook: Daily Five Math

This was suggested for long division but of course could be used to help with any alignment (adding, subtracting, or multiplying....Great idea! Long division worksheets ... free... using graph paper keeps the numbers lined up!

One week to Math Centers! How to start guided math and math centers- one week introduction!

Graphing the Winter (or Summer) Olympics. Students can choose their own countries and keep track of the GOLD on a graph

6-8 year olds 1.3 order and compare rational numbers 1.5 number theory concepts (e.g., primes, composites, factors, divisibility ,and multiples) in mathematical problem situations

Another Pinner: 3D-Shape-Anchor-Chart - could use this like a KWL, sort of. Teacher makes grid and draws 3D shapes. Students fill in "We See ..." and "It Looks Like ..." with teacher facilitation.

Even and Odd: The Importance of Conceptual Understanding (Blog Post) I was taught even and odd by being told to memorize the numbers: 2,4,6,8. As a tiny child I don’t think I truly understood why a number was even vs. odd. Allow young learners the time to explore the concept using pairs.

This is such a great way to see tens and ones!

Edible Base Ten Manipulatives (Pretzels and Mini Marshmallows)

Ways to make 10 - Decomposing numbers