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This is a fun game to use to practice counting telling time to the hour and half-hour. There are 25 cards included.Common Core standard 1.MD.3...

I Have Who Has - Time to Hour and Half-Hour

Post your pictures throughout the school year- I love this idea for a bulletin board that will not ever need to be changed!!! Just keep on adding pics!!! :)

Draw The Line At: instagram bulletin board

chart for multiplying 2 digit #'s

Daisy Days for Learning: Currently, Tag! You're it!, Photo Dump

3rd Grade Thoughts: Math Rotations: Math Centers. I think I could adapt this to 5th Grade Pretty Easily.

3rd Grade Thoughts: Math Rotations: Math Centers

Building Number Sense in Kindergarten and First Grade! Plenty of hands-on games and activities that have students identifying, ordering, and comparing numbers 0-20.

Multi-Digit Multiplication Anchor chart and Blog post- A MUST! Great strategies to teach multiplication other than traditional algorithm

Teaching With a Mountain View: Multiplication Mastery Madness!

Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts! Could be done with addition/subtraction for younger kiddos.

This would be a great poster for 4th and 5th grade classrooms! It can help students continually understand the difference between editing and revising and what similarities they have as well! Great resource for the classroom walls!

Revising vs. Editing

I do not believe that giving students a list of words and telling them to memorize it for a test is super effective. I think this spelling activity would encourage students to make relationship to the words, while reinforcing some vocabulary as well.

Apples, Crayons, and Caffeine: Two Fabulicious Freebies!

pinterest fourth grade classroom ideas | Cause and Effect via Step into 2nd Grade

Reading Strategy Anchor Chart Ideas

Apples, Apples, EVERYWHERE!

The First Grade Parade: Apples, Apples, EVERYWHERE!

Math Coach's Corner: 6 x 5 and 5 x 6 are NOT the Same! Blog post about the meaning of the multiplication symbol. Includes a freebie!

Math Coach's Corner: 6 x 5 and 5 x 6 are NOT the Same!