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Everyday Math

Good for explaining why math is important/why it is important we meet our math big goal

Graphing with sponges - Teacher Tipster

Great list - develop as a class as the year goes on and you teach different strategies!

First Grade Fresh: Lots of Randomness and Updates...

Adventures of First Grade: Classroom recaps...

▶ "Nickelish" Coin-Counting Song - Nickels Count by Fives 5s - YouTube

This anchor chart is a great way to organize sorting. I think I will prep it ahead of time, and have the class organize the shapes and glue them in the bubbles.

First Grade Blue Skies: More Sorting Shapes & Freebie

Your friends at Nellie Edge Seminars LOVE THIS MATH VIDEO from The Teaching Channel on subitizing. Watch this accomplished kindergarten teacher actively engage children in thinking mathematically! See best teaching practices for meeting Common Core Standards.

Quick Images: Visualizing Number Combinations

3D shapes with spaghetti and play dough - much cheaper than toothpicks and marshmallows, especially since i have TONS of play dough!

The Fraction Bug - some ideas for introducing fractions! Color coding is a great way to differentiate fractions.

Mrs. Schmelzer's First Grade Class

Fractions on a Number Line Anchor Chart (picture only)

Fractions on a number line - classroom collective

Time: "Four Seasons," The Seasons of the Year by StoryBots (+playlist)

Having this poster hanging up in your room will be a great way to remind students about the different terms used for adding and subtracting. (Precious Holmes)

Instant Math Choose an Operation Add or Subtract

Ways To Show A Number Anchor Chart

Ways To Show A Number Anchor Chart -

great way to explain how regrouping really works.

Math Lesson Plan - Popsicle Stick Regrouping Fun

Cool Math - Learn about Tally Marks - YouTube

first grade fractions

Ship Shape First Grade: Pizza Fractions!

Place Value chart love this. I want to make a layout and laminate it. Then it can be used over and over again. Also you could attach baggies and the students could add the model blocks instead of drawing them. Can't wait this will be perfect for my second graders :)

1st Grade Math Game - 1 more, 1 less; 10 more, 10 less