Activities: Bowling for Addition 1.Cut wide bands out of paper for each bottle and number them with different point values 1-10. 2.Tape to bottles 3.Arrange the bottles in a triangular shape. 4.Divide a paper into columns for each player. Take turns rolling the ball to knock down pins. Count up the numbers on each pin that gets knocked over. Whoever gets the most points wins! 6.If you want to make the game a little more challenging, try filling the bottles with a small amount of sand.
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Cupcake Project : <p>Refer to Food Network Magazine's <a adhocenable="false" title="50 Cupcakes" href="/content/food/recipes/articles/5/50-cupcakes.html">classic cupcake batters and foolproof frostings</a> for each of these cupcake recipes. </p> <p> </p> <p><b>Pictured above (clockwise)</b>: Mojito, Chipotle-Bacon, Salted Caramel-Toffee, Blueberry-Maple and Orange-Olive Oil </p> via Food Network
Break Those Numbers Apart! (Blog Post) Why I traded in place value blocks for unifix cubes. Help students understand that tens (or hundreds) can break apart and be regrouped to subtract.
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Point of View Anchor Chart and Reading Strategies Bundle. The focus of this strategy is to teach students about the different types of point of view. You will receive one interactive reading strategy PowerPoint that is great to use with your students. Also included is an anchor chart in PDF format that you will be able to use in your classroom. You could print it out in color, or display with a projection system for your students to view. $