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    Math about ME!

    All About Me Math!

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    Number Bond - great way to do hands-on addition and subtraction

    You Might be a First Grader...: Number Bond

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    Free printable place value game for learning expanded form from Little Learning Lovies and Kids Activities Blog.

    Free Printable Place Value Game: Learning Expanded Form - Kids Activities Blog

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    Fraction Fish Third grade students learn about fractions in their Math class. They used their knowledge of fractions to create an underwater picture using cut paper circles. they were asked to identify different fractions in their pictures, such as 1 whole, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, some students even created pieces as small as 1/32!! They had a good time making their pictures while reviewing their Math concepts.

    3rd Grade Art with Mrs. Brown

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    10 Things Your Students MUST Know Before Playing Math Games

    Mandy's Tips for Teachers: 10 Things Your Students MUST Know Before Playing Math Games

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    Miss DeCarbo: An Inside Tour of my No Prep MATH Intervention Binder!

    Miss DeCarbo: An Inside Tour of my No Prep MATH Intervention Binder!

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    BUILD activities for math centers (using Investigation games)

    Adventures in Teaching: BUILD

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    Math center time

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    34+ Math Games for Kids

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    When students complete centers they mark off their names - School Is a Happy Place: Math Daily 3, How We Started

    School Is a Happy Place: Math Daily 3, How We Started

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    FREE! Skip Counting mazes are a cool math games to help K-4th graders practice counting by 2s-10s

    Skip Counting Mazes 2s-10s

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    Ohhhhhhh!!!! Daily centers and groups!! Make five per week and have groups rotate throughout the week. Love this. Cuts back on the constant "where do I go?" "What group was I in?" Love this! It's a must do for math time!

    The Go To Teacher: Monday Made It {Math Center Board}

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    First Grade Yahtzee - "This game is so funny to see how excited the kids get. All they have to do is roll 2 dice and cross out the sum. They keep going until they have crossed out all of the numbers. They learn the hard way how hard it is to roll a 2 or a 12"

    Kidscount1234.com - Shari Sloane - Educational Consultant

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    Cute math ideas: Today's Number!

    Pitner's Potpourri: July 2012

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    The Starr Spangled Planner: Math Center Organization

    The Starr Spangled Planner: Math Center Organization

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    Number Line "Eye Spy" gets the students out of their seats and around the room (could use for number line patterns too.)

    Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Money

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    This is definitely something I could use for first grade place value! Source: Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Math Journal

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    A couple cute graphing ideas for the beginning of school/get to know you activities for K-1

    Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: All About Me!

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    Place Value ice cream cones ~ cute center idea

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    Informational Writing unit ideas and anchor charts. FREE template for an all about ladybugs book

    Informational Writing

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    Cute video to introduce fractions while sparking interest.

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    Place value chart!

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    Free tips for teaching kids to create bar graphs.

    The Science Penguin: Time to Teach...Better Bar Graphs

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    Learn fractions with Legos. Lego building blocks are great math discussion starters. They not only help students conceptualize what it means to add or multiply fractions, they are also great small group discussion starters to deepen math understanding. Click the image for step-by-step instructions.

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    Great anchor chart

    Time to the minute anchor chart . Need to make!

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