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

Science for Kids: Teach balance with a hanger!

Science for Kids: Make a Balance - Kids Activities Blog

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President Obama Math - Addition Freebie!

President Obama Math - Addition Freebie

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Shake Count FREEBIE

Kroger's Kindergarten: New look, a sale, and a freebie :)

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Multiplication beads: Interesting free make-it-yourself idea.

Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Monday Made It

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Great visual to explain place value ~ Free idea.

First Grade Math (addition/place value) | The Homeschool Den

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FREE! 120 charts to enhance your Common Core Math place value activities. The chart is included in 5 different number fonts. Enjoy!

Common Core Math 120 Charts (5 Versions)

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Great way to get students up, moving, and learning place value! Easy to adapt for just ones, tens, and hundreds!

MathFacts. MathFacts - theMathFacts.com promo video. Online Timed tests for students and teachers

The 1:1 Classroom

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Kindergarten SUMMER Review Math & Literacy Worksheets & Activities. 104 pages. A page from the unit: draw the clock hands

Wow! This is a list of all the books you can use with every thread of math!!! It is totally amazing!!! PLUS...she keeps updating the list! Amazing!

love2learn2day: Math Book Lists TBA

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Grab and Graph Pack: A great way to practice sorting and graphing by various attributes. Students can complete graphs whole group, small group, or in a center. Students will sort the manipulatives and then complete the graph. Then students analyze their data and answer questions about their graph. There are 30+ graphs and response pages including blank versions for a years worth of graphing. All pictures are black and white to save you ink and make them easily reproducible.

Grab and Graph Pack

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Anchor chart for telling time ~ Sung to I'm a Little Teapot.

Teaching's a Hoot!: Five for (the last!) Friday

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Having students make these clocks is sure to foster understanding with telling time!

There are TONS of activities to do with a Hundreds Chart! This chart is framed in a pretty green, blue and brown pattern. It looks wonderful by itself or paired with other items from the Turtle Time collection. $

What's the best way to teach kids how to tell time? Click to see what real teachers are doing. #teacherhelpline #weareteachers

Peg-a-Number Facts - a fun game for kids to play and learn basic addition and subtraction sums. {learning4kids}

Peg-A-Number Fact Game | learning 4 kids

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Use a hundred chart to help students count coins. Have students place coins on the correct number. For instance, given 3 dimes and 1 nickel, students would place dimes on 10, 20, 30 and the nickel on 35. The last coin tells students how much money they have altogether.