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Lunch Box Ideas - What to pack for school lunches on a budget

Easy Lunch Box Ideas - What to pack for school lunches on a budget. Save for when we get in a rut this school year! (Easy Meal Prep For Picky Eaters)

Math Work Stations by  Bremer's Kindergarten. All are easily made into Quiet Time activities.

Bremer's Kindergarten: Math Work Stations- especially like the pattern block number right now.

Lego math . . . Some ideas to get kids thinking math while building.

Such a great way to help kids visualize math! Note: Unifix cubes are great manipulatives for teaching math in the classroom. Use legos instead for homeschooling, saving space and money by using the toy building blocks they already have.

Math Station Work Organization- if I was still in the classroom...

Math Station Work Organization - this is a lower elem classroom, but I like some of her organization ideas.

FREE Counting, Numeration, Addition & Subtraction, Multiplication & Division Centers

ECAM Centers

Common Core Math Games: This website has great math resources by grade level & they are aligned to the Common Core standards.

Beat you to Twenty. Could use a dice instead of a spinner

Counting/adding game with Unifix cubes. "Race you to could easily be adapted to a lower number for younger children or made more difficult by adding a subtraction element.

Great pdf's for doubles addition and and double plus 1 addition games

math problem solving for all grades (I think they're from mathwire, but all nicely formatted in pdfs.

Simply Elementary!: Math rotations ROCK!!!!

Fun in Fourth Grade: Math rotations ROCK! This is a great example of scheduling for guided math! If you look this picture over carefully, you are sure to find a new idea (or a lot of them!

Hands-on investigation for learning how to understand time.  Could  be used for those who need extra help with elapsed time as well.

Teaching Special Thinkers: Telling Time is EASY PEASY Creating an analog clock from a unifix number line-- to support learners' understanding of time--great idea! GOOD FOR PREK

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