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# Homeschool-MATH

Tips and tricks for some of the "hardest"

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Here's a great idea for making money dice.

Free printable math drills - spend just 10 minutes a day to sharpen kids' skills and yours!- AWESOME SITE, LETS YOU CREATE NEW SHEETS!

"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 ANY grade!

A Learning Journey reviews Math-U-See's Beta level.

Counting Money Activity - lots of ways to change it up to make more challenging (how many ways can you find to make amount, use a muffin tin with various amounts, etc.)

Touch Math!

Another pinner said: This SO worked to help my students find elapsed time! It is the most compact strategy I have seen. We drew the N then labeled counter clockwise from top left: Start Time, Next Hour, End Time, Hour of End Time. Then we went back and filled in the elapsed minutes and hours. To cross over the AM/PM, you can use the double strategy, but my 5th graders were fine with one N.

Penguin Decimal Ordering Cards {freebie}

This 7-page freebie can give your students practice with area and perimeter.

From The 4th Grade May-niacs: Lines and Angles...great chart!

Coolmath4kids.com - An amusement park of math and more designed for fun, fun, FUN!

Here's a nice idea for making 100 board (or 120 chart) puzzles.

Great idea for color coding a 100 board to make it easier to scan.

Here's a cool Bunny Bump game for working on multiplication with 2s, 4s, and 8s.