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Math scavenger hunt - This would be fun for the first week of school, could be changed to fit any grade level….image only

Can you make it? A simple math activity to challenge students and make them think! The kids love it and so will the teacher!

Division Strategy Mini-Posters This package includes a labelled divison problem with no remainder, a labelled division problem with a remainder (both division formats) and 6 division strategy posters. The posters have 2 versions - one uses the words dividend, quotient and divisor the other uses big number, smaller number and answer.

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Monday Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started!

Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?"

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Division Strategies Foldable

Division Strategies Foldable $2.50. Students create a foldable to help them remember all the strategies they can use to solve division problems. Great for whole group or as a math center. Can be used for test prep.

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Why I NOW Love Teaching Math: Setting up Math Rotations

Setting up Math Rotations

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Active Notetaking in Math [Foldables]: Order of Operations

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Daily 5 Math ~ Students progress through different centers over the course of the week as the centers reinforce skills learned, logical thinking, problem solving and vocabulary that compliments our math curriculum.