These Number Jar brain teasers require students to find which two or three numbers can be swapped so that both jars (or equations) are equal to one another. When students begin to understand the premise, it is magic with so many light bulb moments.
Teaching elaboration in writing seems nearly impossible sometimes, as kids often take that to mean that you want them to describe every little detail. However, this engaging paper link activity helps kids understand what true elaboration means.
Collecting data and creating surveys are two of the most 'social' parts of math in primary grades! This resource includes anchor charts for introducing ways to show data, as well as, printables for collecting/analyzing data.
It looks like an art studio painted white canvases and made a beach theme, painting beautiful water and sand. The kids painted their feet with brown paint and stamped it in the sand…how cool for a summer keepsake! I can just imagine younger kids doing it