Jenga Math (indoor recess...kids will love it!) You can also write in sharpie on them...maybe one side for math and the other for language?! Possibilities are endless! I knew I kept Jenga and Twister in my storage closet for some reason!! =)

Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun

Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun! examples: jenga multiplication facts, twister, and a racing game using lanyards

Telling time activity- so smart!

Telling time activity that is a file folder. I love how easy this is. Plus file folder things can be organized easily.

Here's a terrific idea for using a hole punch to create arrays for teaching multiplication.

Teaching Multiplication Arrays with a Hole Punch

Description: I would like to use this idea for second or third grade math lessons! Here's a terrific idea for using a hole punch to create arrays for teaching multiplication.

Excellent colorful multiplication chart. Much better to have it in color to help us memorize and see what we're doing! Slide fingers across from the left and down from the top to find a multiple.

printed-c Excellent colorful multiplication chart. Much better to have it in color to help us memorize and see what we're doing! Slide fingers across from the left and down from the top to find a multiple.

Another pinner said: This SO worked to help my students find elapsed time! It is the most compact strategy I have seen.   We drew the N then labeled counter clockwise from top left: Start Time, Next Hour, End Time, Hour of End Time. Then we went back and filled in the elapsed minutes and hours.   To cross over the AM/PM, you can use the double strategy, but my 5th graders were fine with one N.

Elapsed Time - We drew the N then labeled counter clockwise from top left: Start Time, Next Hour, End Time, Hour of End Time. Then we went back and filled in the elapsed minutes and hours. To cross over the AM/PM, you can use the double strategy.

Use for fractions greater than one and Mixed numbers .Love this! Great for comparing and ordering fractions and decimals.

Love this! Great for comparing and ordering fractions and decimals. Could use same clothespin idea for story retell.

Twinkl Resources >> Number Multiples Individual Display Posters >> Classroom printables for Pre-School, Kindergarten, Elementary School and beyond! Math, Numbers, Classroom Display, Posters

Twinkl Resources Number Multiples Individual Display Posters Classroom printables for Pre-School, Kindergarten, Elementary School and beyond!

Stepping Up To Measurement

Stepping Up To Measurement

Key Word Math Anchor Charts

These key word kiddos can be a helpful tool because the students will be able to relate to these made-up characters and they can help students recall information. This is a tool that can be built upon based on what the students are learning.

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