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    Magnetic number of the day. It could be stationary or mobile. Great idea!

    Ohhhh…. The Things You Can Do With an Oil Drip Pan

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    Vivien from #csermooc suggested this list of books! "Illustrating a connection between handing data everyday activities can be introduced early through storytelling. There are so many children's books that deal with quantities, patterns processes that can be used to support activities focusing on data .... Here is a collection of picture books that are just right for this purpose".

    Teaching Graphs -- Best Children's Books about Graphing (K-Gr.4)

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    FREEBIE - Multiplication Freebie NO PREP Games - Just print and play!

    Fun Games 4 Learning: More NO PREP Math Games Freebies

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    Cute idea: Snowman Store - Students use their math skills to "buy" snowman parts - great way to integrate art and math!

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    How to make a Montessori Teen Board for teaching the teen numbers. This is exactly how its taught in math expressions.

    Montessori Teen Board … on the fly-A Handmade Childhood

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    Very cool idea!

    The 4th Grade May-niacs: Math Review Folder

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    15 Books that Explore Math

    Marvelous Math Books for Kids

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    Solving Math Problems {Strategy Posters for Addition} Common Core--for math center

    Solving Math Problems {Strategy Posters for Addition} Common Core

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    Zooming in on a Number Line

    One Lesson at a Time: Zooming in on a Number Line

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    Place Value Roll, Make, Expand Math Station

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    The Good, The Bad, and The Wonderful of Math Workshop - blog post by First Grade Kate

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    Cute! {image only}

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    Change a connect four game into a "make Ten" game great for practicing addition! You could even do this to make a dollar using different coins.

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    Making subitizing cards! Helping kids with addition fact fluency!

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    Math websites organized by grade level and common core. Awesome!

    Student Links / Math Websites

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    Check out my post at The Tutor House: Free Math Apps By Grade Level

    Free Math Apps By Grade Level

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    Great visual for the numbers 11-20 for a kinder or even 1st grade classroom!

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    Tasty Facts Math quizzes, motivating kids to learn math facts

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    place value mat w/ ten frames

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    Introduction to decomposing numbers to ten - YouTube

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    100th Day activity

    Joyful Learning In KC: The 100th Day!!

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    This gives me a good idea for teaching fractions on a number line

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    I like this because it is so hands on and I think it would really help see less than, equal to, and more than. 3365

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    Set all the dominoes out, face down. Draw one at a time. If the sum matches an empty spot on your parking lot, you can play it there. If not, turn it back over and let the next player choose. First to cover their board wins.

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    Give the kids place value blocks to make their name... have them calculate the value of their name. I am so doing this in our math journals this week! - Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: More Mudge and Place Value!

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