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Comparing Fractions anchor chart

Hot Pencils is a timed math facts program I created to use when I taught 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades. I have included three different test formats fo...

This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10

Fraction Treasure Hunt FREEBIE - Works like discovery bottles - Covers reducing fractions, improper to mixed, and fractions to decimals - Recording sheet and answer key provided - also in Spanish!

Math Anchor Chart word problem strategies

Comparing Fractions Foldable - great for interactive math notebooks. Send home for students to use as assistance on their homework and for studying.

FREE Mastering Math Facts Multiplication and Division Sampler - 43 pages - includes several freebies including the Fishbowl Multiplication lesson, a Multiplication Test and answer key, and a free math center game for studying times tables called In the Doghouse

Pinner wrote: Here is a great open house idea that was shared with me by a one of my friends & FABULOUS teacher. Mrs. Salsedo incorporated her year end math review with some flip & foldable fun, turning it into an engaging project. She provided each student with the criteria for the project, assigned them a chapter from the math book and let them “have at it”.

Second Grade emMath Minutes/em: One Hundred emMinutes/em to Better Basic ...

MATH CENTER: "What's the Number?" Kids ask questions like Is the number greater than/less than....? Is the number between ___ and ___? Is the number in the tens place ____? etc. No two questions in a row can make the same comparison. Or students may ask in number sentences- - Is the number 5+1?

A FUN and ENGAGING way to practice compare problems and help your kids meet CCSS! Gives ideas for adaptations K-5

Classroom DIY: DIY Mental Math Game. Voisi olla myös kerto/jakolaskutikut. Kun koko sarjan on ratkaissut, ne voisi kääntää ja siellä olisi joku kuvio/sana, joka kertoo että oikein meni. "LUKO-tyyliin".

Great idea - 'I have, who has' individually. Much less intimidating

DIY shuffleboard (swiffer mop paddle, lid biscuits, and a board made from blue painters tape). Voila! Kids have a blast while adding and subtracting to keep score!

mental math game.. question in black and answer in red.. align them in order! see how fast you can do it.. you can write any type of fact they are working on

Some mental thinking I have; who has sticks. ~Confessions of a Teaching Junkie: A Backwards Glance While Moving Forward