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    Math (Number Sense)

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    Fact practice is meaningful and engaging with this multiples tic tac toe game!

    Multiples Tic Tac Toe Game - Math Coach's Corner

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    Your Thrifty Co-Teacher: Dividend? Divisor? Quotient?

    Dividend? Divisor? Quotient?

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    Demystifying the Distributive Property - Math Coach's Corner

    Demystifying the Distributive Property - Math Coach's Corner

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    Prime and Composite - Math Coach's Corner

    Prime and Composite - Math Coach's Corner

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    Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Place Value. Interactive notebook output.CCSS.Math.Content.2.NBT.A.1. Understand that the 3 digits of a three digit number represent amounts of hundreds,tens, and ones. This activity could help children while also making it personal to them by using their birthday.

    Teaching Place Value

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    Another Day, Another Number - Math Coach's Corner

    Another Day, Another Number - Math Coach's Corner

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    factors and multiples

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    100 Ways To Make 100 Anchor Chart--using sticky notes, have students post their thoughts. Now to find out when the 100th day of school is. . . . .

    100 Ways To Make 100 Anchor Chart - Bilingual

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    Place Value---must read this again!

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    Ooh, I like this anchor chart. Great visual representation of factors, products, and multiples!

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    Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Place Value

    Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Place Value

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    Image only, way to show number understanding.

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    Growing in 5th Grade: Rules of Divisibility Foldable

    Growing in 5th Grade: Rules of Divisibility Foldable

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    Powers of Ten Anchor Chart

    Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Exponents

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    Math anchor charts

    Kirby's 3rd Grade Korner

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    Introducing Division Concepts

    Introducing Division Concepts (All Things Upper Elementary)

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    Math Coach's Corner: Alternate Strategies for Multi-Digit Multiplication

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    Runde's Room: Still Having Fun with Factors (and a number freebie)

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    Math Coach's Corner: Alternate Strategies for Multi-Digit Multiplication. This is a great strategy to help students understand what they are really doing when multiplying.

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    Guest Post Middle School Math Moments: Learning to Love Prime Factorization - All Things Upper Elementary. Great strategy that will help with so much (including fractions)

    Follow All Things Upper Elementary

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    students make a poster to show all they know about a number

    Filling the Frame with Learning: Week 15- Silent Colonies, Special Number Project, & Nearpod

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    building square numbers

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    Order of operations-ideas and video on this blog

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    Tricks are NOT for Kids (Blog Post) Making connection with estimating builds true understanding.

    Tricks are NOT for Kids

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    Math Coach's Corner: Extending Multiplication to Larger Numbers

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