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Fostering the home-school connection through Friday Letters. Tips for using this simple, yet powerful tool with your students -plus a free…

Fostering the Home-School Connection Through Friday Letters

Fostering the home-school connection through Friday Letters. Tips for using this simple, yet powerful tool with your students -plus a free…

LOVE these cute reindeer! Great for bulletin boards. Includes several different options for the work to display. Adds a great academic push to the craftivity without losing the fun factor.

LOVE these cute reindeer! Great for bulletin boards. Includes several different options for the work to display. Adds a great academic push to the craftivity without losing the fun factor.

How to Teach Arrays - lots of really fun ideas for teaching repeated addition and rectangular arrays

How to Teach Arrays - lots of really fun ideas for teaching repeated addition and rectangular arrays

LOVE THIS!!  great way to explain how regrouping really works. - use with my kiddos who are still struggling with the concept!!

LOVE THIS!! great way to explain how regrouping really works. - use with my kiddos who are still struggling with the concept!!

Great FREE math tools to use with your interactive white board!

FREE Number Sense Technology Tool

Adding to Ten Pool Noodle Game. Awesome visual for seeing different combinations that make ten.

Adding to Ten Pool Noodle Game. Awesome visual for seeing different combinations that make ten.

Make Ten Game:  Using only the cards 1-9, shuffle and make a 5 x 5 grid with the cards.   Put the remaining cards in a stack off to the side.   The game is played like Memory. Flip over two cards. If they equal 10, keep the cards and replace with two more from the deck.   The game ends when there are no other matches left.   Whoever has the most cards wins.

Make Ten Game: Using only the cards 1-9, shuffle and make a 5 x 5 grid with the cards. Put the remaining cards in a stack off to the side. The game is played like Memory. Flip over two cards. If they equal 10, keep the cards and replace with two more from the deck. The game ends when there are no other matches left. Whoever has the most cards wins.