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# Teaching: Math

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Great fractions tips on this blog post!! One of the tips: Use dough to practice halves fourths eighths etc.

How to play make ten. A math card game for kids.

### Fun Math Card Game: Ways to Make 10

I had my students create Christmas trees using only squares, circles, triangles and rectangles. They then had to count them up and write about their trees.

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A year of 1st grade math journal prompts - great "glue into journal" idea... Not so much math for me.

### Plug-n-Plan: Math Journal Prompts

Subtraction for 1st Grade! {Whats the Difference?} - Thank God Its First Grade (TGIF!)

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### Miss Giraffe's Class: Adding 3 Numbers

Read about all the ways I use these fun math games in my classroom.

### Teaching Resources for Upper Elementary: How to Use I CAN Math Games in the Classroom

This list has given me some great new websites to use!

Math websites for kids - guided math station

### 4 Websites to Make Math Less Boring and More Fun For Kids

First Grade Math Ideas for the Entire Year! MUST READ THIS ENTIRE BLOG!!

### First Grade Math Ideas for the Entire Year!

Math Coach's Corner: Counting by Tens off the Decade on a 100 Chart. Patterns on the hundred chart support students as they practice skip counting by tens off the decade (7, 17, 27, etc.). Read more and download a free hundred chart.

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Math Coach's Corner: Conquering the Hundred Chart. Strategies for helping student who struggle with hundred chart patterns. Free download!

### Math Coach's Corner: Conquering the Hundred Chart

Addition & Subtraction Game using a hundred chart

### Off the Grid {Addition & Subtraction Game}

Classroom Confetti: Math Tip Monday - Addition and Subtraction - Free Number Bond

### Math Tip Monday - Addition and Subtraction

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Non-Standard Measurements

### Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Non-Standard Measurement

Math Workstations PART 1: The WHY - Queen of the First Grade Jungle

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Math Workshops: Great blog series about everything you need to run an effective math workshop!

### 7 Habits of Highly Effective Math Workshops- Week 1: Have a Plan -

Great suggestions and routines for teaching students to write about their mathematical thinking.

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Awesome blog post all about how to differentiate your place value lessons with lots of place value centers, worksheets, and other goodies!!

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Build a Base Ten Math Game with Pool Noodles - Such a neat way for kids to learn numbers to 100!!!!

### Build a Base Ten Math Game with Pool Noodles

Number Sense Routines {freebies included}

### Little Minds at Work: Number Sense Routines {freebies included}

This Sort it! Graph it! FREEBIE will allow your kids to explore sorting and graphing different objects you have in your classroom! Copy the sorting and graphing mats on different colored card stock and laminate. Place these mats in gallon sized Ziploc bags and fill each one with different objects that can be sorted and graphed (pattern blocks, cubes, erasers, etc.) Students can sort and graph the objects with a partner and then ask each other questions about their graphs!