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Expanded form transitions to expanded notation in third grade. Grab a freebie that's perfect for small group instruction or a math workstation.
Students need plenty of practice with multiple representations of numbers to develop place value understandings. Grab this matching freebie! 6-, 9-, and 12-digit versions.
Changing attitudes about math, one student at a time!
Grab these free problem solving posters based on the work of George Polya. Both primary and intermediate versions!
Gamify your math reviews or assessments using Kahoot!, a free online digital response tool.More
Do your students struggle to read larger numbers? The LARGEST number they every need to read is a 3-digit number! Read more and grab free resources along with suggestions for use.More
This easy little game for place value emphasizes reading larger numbers with zeros as some of the digits. 6-, 9-, and 12-digit versions! FREEMore
Multiple representations helps students develop a deeper understanding of decimals. Download these place value mats for FREE!More
These easy-to-make place value pockets help students understand the meaning "behind" the digits.More
Anchor charts capture the big ideas from classroom instruction and provide a visual reference for students.More
Your students might be able to recite the number of tens and ones, but do they really understand what that means? Download a free student ten-frame kit!More
Greg Tang's website is a virtual treasure trove!More
Grab a free printable booklet to go along with Ten Flashing Fireflies, a charming book for making ten!More
Grab a deck of cards for some math fun! Download a free printable booklet of math games that require only a deck of standard playing cards.More
This engaging card game can be used for comparing numbers from 2-digits to decimals!More
Did you know the largest number our students ever have to read is a 3-digit number? Understanding the patterns in our place value system helps students read any number, no matter how large!More
The ability to compose and decompose numbers in different ways is a powerful component of number sense. Grab a free game to promote flexible thinking!More
Does the mention of the distributive property make you sweat? Check out these hands-on activities for making sense of it!More
There's a little twist of magic in this game for making 10 (or any other target number to 10). All you need is a deck of cards!More
Using a strategy-based approach for learning facts helps students make sense of math.More
Students love these super engaging games for practicing addition and subtraction facts! Perfect to have on-hand for when you have a few extra minutes. Download them for FREE!More
How does place value understanding develop from Kindergarten through 5th grade? Follow the progression!More
Students need a variety strategies for comparing fractions based on number sense and reasoning. This series of blog posts explains them all! Freebies you can download and use tomorrow.More
These brightly colored back-to-school number cards have so many uses! Differentiate the activities by simply changing the numbers.More