Katina Morris
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These FREE math magic cards get students really excited about using their math skills to guess the secret number!

Having students explain how this works world be a great higher learning activity.

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5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play - Awesome guest post and freebie by Leigh from the Applicious Teacher with 5 terrific (and easy) math games. Games make math more fun!

Teach kids about place value of hundreds, tens, and ones while playing this math game with dice!

Teach kids about place value of hundreds, tens, and ones while playing this math game with dice! ---i think I would modify this to have my students create their own grid multiplication problems

Do you need resources for Math RtI? Look no further! Everything you need to implement RtI for Math is right here! Diagnose, intervene, track, and assess students through every standard.

Do you need resources for Math RtI? Look no further! Everything you need to implement RtI for Math is right here! Diagnose, intervene, track, and assess students through every standard.

These Math Centers will help your students refresh their memory of important math skills like Skip Counting, Addition, Comparing Numbers, and Number Grids!

Math Centers Free Sample Math centers are a great way for and graders to practice the addition, skip counting, and comparing numbers strategies they have learned, as well as refine their use of number grids! If you like the sample, check out the bundle or

Classroom Management: 4 Keys to Starting the Year off Right

Classroom Management: 4 Keys to Starting the Year off Right - How to set up and implement a classroom behavior plan that really works, with advice from Smart Classroom Management’s Michael Linsin.

Array Match Up! Solve the multiplication sentences and write the letter that matches the array for each in the box.

Array Match Up! Solve the multiplication sentences and write the letter that matches the array for each in the box. But make a fractions one-for multiplying fractions.