multiplication tricks

Multiplication songs teaching-classroom-ideas If a student struggles this is a good trick. Wouldn't use this at first though, I want them to understand multiplication not the "cheat"

The Taylor House: Nature Scavenger Hunt for Kids

Nature Scavenger Hunt for Kids

nature scavenger hunt for kids – great activity for camping this summer. nature scavenger hunt for kids – great activity for camping this summer. was last modified: April

Inference Bags

Inference Bags-Students bring in a bag & write clues on it. Then students go around and make guesses and see if they are correct.

I do this each year in my own classroom by giving each student 10 or 12 random hearts (they can swap if they want) and let students write their own Valentine letter based on their heart candies. Kids have loved it for 15 years.  lmg

5 Valentine Card ideas for your Guy

Valentine Writing Assignment- Give each student 10 or 12 random hearts (they can swap if they want) and let students write their own Valentine letter based on their heart candies.

Easy to make foldable - perfect for compound words or contractions.

Compound Words Foldable

Great for our second grade kids learning compound words! Easy to make foldable - perfect for compound words or contractions.

Math thinking maps

Math thinking maps - Like a freyer model and a circle map combined - Would be great with vocabulary.

AMAZING math foldables!

Working 4 the Classroom: Open House Pizzazz! (Project A Marvelous Math Project. different choices of foldables.

Capacity

Well this might get complicated.Capacity foldable to add to math notebook. I like this a lot more than "Gallon Man" because it shows how the measurements could actually fit into each other. We have a machine that cuts these!

Fact & Opinion

Ten Ideas for Teaching Fact and Opinion

Here is a FREE sequencing activity designed for use in the K-2 classroom setting. It goes along with the book "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat" by Lucille Colandro. Students will retell the story in order by coloring, cutting, and pasting the sequence circles into the correct ordinal position. Students will start with the first event in the 1st circle, and continue clockwise to the 7th (last) event.

Here is a FREE sequencing activity designed for use in the classroom setting. It goes along with the book "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed .

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