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Making Scientific Notation Fun in the Secondary Classroom

Scientific Notation is one of those things I don't at all remember learning. I mean, it must have happened somewhere along the line, but where that was is a complete mystery. Maybe it was during those foggy junior high years when I was much more concerned about the height of my hair and keeping my skirts from clinking to my pantyhoes. Anyway, when a teacher asked me last year to make her some some Scientific Notation pennants, I decided after a bit I'd be up for a challenge. It's fun…

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Australian Money Worksheets Year 1/2

30 pages of ready-to-go printables – different levels will allow for differentiation within your class or continued use throughout the year. Suitable for Year 1 and Year 2.

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Making Cents of Money- An Australian Money Unit

With over 170 pages this Mega Money Unit has everything and Australian teacher will need to teach money. This unit is differentiated for all levels of understanding and caters to Year 1 to Year 3. Be sure to check out the preview to see what is included in this 170+ page packet.

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Let's Practice Place Value! {Student Worksheets for Grades 1-2}

Good REVIEW for the end of the year... Practice "Ten More" and "Ten Less" with this place value pack. $

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Hands-On Fun with Coin Caterpillars

Students love this fun coin counting activity! It's hands-on and engaging and offers meaningful practice with counting coins.

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Beginning of the Year Math Stations in First Grade (Crazy for First Grade)