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Try these hand tricks! I never knew any of the hand multiplication tricks...I had to memorize the times tables!!

How Can You Use Your Hands as Multiplication Manipulatives?

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Comprehension strategies

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Sick of preaching the importance of editing? Let students find out for themselves why we still need grammar! Students read nonfiction articles by credible authors and then write their own argumentative essays on whether or not grammar is still relevant in the 21st century.

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Missing Acorns! Cut and Paste!

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Put on Laminated paper or dry erase so that you can change the number as often as you would like.

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Pocket Full of Kinders!: Math Morning Work for kinders. A great a way to get the kiddos to practice foundational math skills in a systematic and practical way! $

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20 websites for elementary teachers

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free math sheets for each number to 20!

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Get through the annoying voice. This is a very cool way to learn your 6, 7, 8 and 9 times tables! boring voice on video, but really cool trick.

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Type in your formulas and it explains how to get the right answer! Keep this for future use when kids are older!

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Kids love this. Have also used it with addition problems.

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Multiplication Tricks

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DIVIDING FRACTIONS WITH A TWIST!...The "twist" to this worksheet is that all the division examples are written out IN WORDS to make your students "think" a little more. They must first READ the fractions correctly, then they must WRITE them correctly and then SOLVE them correctly (hopefully!) 14 examples will give them great division of fractions practice. PLUS there's a Geometry BONUS question also. Enjoy!

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Reinforces math learning for elementary school age children....it's because of catchy math songs that i can still tell you the quadratic formula and the pythagorean theorem (just can't spell it). :o)

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Finding common factors with t-charts

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