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Math activity created by my 3rd grade student. They had to find the area and the perimeter for their drawings.

Fractions with Smarties. 3rd grade This pin is a math worksheet you may use with students in a classroom. You could use this as a center or a whole group activity. Students would love this activity because its is applying math hands on and working with candy.

Learning Fractions with Smarties

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PRINTABLE REFERENCE CARDS FOR STUDENT BINDERS: Math Story Problem Types (direct link to free pdf) Wonderful reference guide

Comparing decimals in order from least to greatest. Super FUN and FREE group activity!

Little Lovely Leaders: Off to an Awesome Start!

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I NEED to make flip charts like this that I can re-use each year... Summer to do list? (Possibly for our weekly vocabulary words so I don't have to re-write them each week?)

Scholastic 404 Page

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I NEED to make flip charts like this that I can re-use each year... Summer to do list? (Possibly for our weekly vocabulary words so I don't have to re-write them each week?)

Scholastic 404 Page

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3-D Shape Anchor Chart (picture only)

Prime and Composite numbers- we're doing this activity tomorrow!

Math Coach's Corner: Prime and Composite

Math Coach's Corner: Prime and Composite

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Runde's Room: Prime and Composite Numbers LOVE all the great prime and composite numbers strategies she talks about in this blog post! Perfect!

Runde's Room: Prime and Composite Numbers

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This is actually a very smart idea to use in lower elementary to find the greatest common factor as well as the lowest common multiple because when the students get into the higher mathematics when they start learning about the Venn Diagram. However, this could go from being an aid to becoming a crutch for the students.

factors & multiples in Math Journal

Idea Gal: Factor This In

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4-fold foldable for factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers

Prime Numbers Game: deal cards to 2-4 players -> each player flips first card in their stack -> players look at all stacks-> first player to slap stack that contains prime # gets all cards in that stack. could use this for spotting factors of given number as well.

Prime Numbers Game

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Prime Factorization Factor Tree math journal entry @ Runde's Room

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays

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Factors and Multiples anchor chart @Molly Gagliano I like this one better

A great visual, use a t-chart for students to record factor pairs.

Factors and Multiples notebook entry - includes reflection and poster activity ideas

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays - Factors and Multiples

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Here's a game board and directions for playing The Factor Game. Great for finding factors of numbers to 30, understanding prime numbers, and discovering/using strategies to win.

The Factor Game Freebie

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factors and multiples quiz

Multiples and Factors.pdf - Google Drive

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Runde's Room: Prime Factorization math journal entry

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays - Prime Numbers and Factors

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Rundes Room: Math Journal Sundays - Factors and Multiples

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays - Factors and Multiples

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Working with Factors and Multiples Foldables and More!

Working with Factors and Multiples Foldables and More!

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Getting-to-know-you math activity to get the kids thinking mathematically and interested in numbers.

Shut the Door and Teach: Figure Me Out Beginning of the Year Math

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Math activity... adaptable to so many skills! Kind of like a one-person game of "I Have... Who Has..."

Classroom DIY: DIY Mental Math Game

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