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# Math and Problem Solving

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Teaching tool fractions..could add ratio, percent, decimal. Could make one for drug calc use.

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The kids made self portrait mosaics and then found the perimeter, area, and fractions that would make their art piece a "Math Mosaic."

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Telling Time!

### Primary Punch: Telling Time continued...

Roll the dice and find the area. Who will win the game?

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3-D Shape Poem

### The Kinder Garden: {Shapes Galore for the Common Core!} Teaching Unit

One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem. You could play this same game with number bonds to 20. Can be multiplication or division bonds/models.

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Nice way to show kids the difference between the relative weights of each unit

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10 ways to practice multiplication facts beyond the traditional use of flashcards.

### 10 Ways to Practice Multiplication Facts

Pick a Polygon game, similar to Oh No, but teacher can ask questions as the cards are drawn, small group. Clutter-Free Classroom: 2D Geometry Games {Common Core Math Activities}

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Common Core Math Standards and Wordle

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Love this 3D Shapes Poem from Kayla Parker's blog!

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LOVE THIS...have a wall display where students create graph paper array models to add to the chart

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area

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have kids create times

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add to clock to show counting by 5s

### Two Can Do It: Math

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This FREE Geometry BINGO game set The vocabulary covered includes: *acute angle *right angle *obtuse angle *straight angle *intersecting lines *perpendicular lines *parallel lines *complimentary angles *supplementary angles *transversal *skew *line *line segment *ray *point from Joy of Teaching

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This FREE Geometry BINGO game set has a pirate theme to capture students' interest and enthusiasm while reinforcing basic geometry vocabulary. The vocabulary covered includes: *acute angle *right angle *obtuse angle *straight angle *intersecting lines *perpendicular lines *parallel lines *complimentary angles *supplementary angles *transversal *skew *line *line segment *ray *point from Joy of Teaching

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Here's a nice idea for game where students roll dice to generate fractions and them draw and compare them.

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multiplication game! they pull out a cup and answer the fact, as long as they get it right, they get to keep stacking.. could use with add/subtract

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