### Lego Math Worksheets

Lego Math

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#### lego math, printable for school or homework. This is such a great idea for visual learners as well #lego #legomath #legolearning

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#### Lego math!! (and other preschool math ideas)

#### Lego math!! Great site for math ideas.

#### LEGO math...idea for multiplication

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#### Lego math worksheets - great idea to do with real legos, too!

### Lego Math Worksheets

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#### More Lego Math - Subtraction! (I dunno if Kindergarten teachers teach subtraction , but this is a cute idea.(:

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#### Lego Math! Great teaching idea

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Controlled dice - no more flying around the room SO SMART!

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#### Genius. No more dice rolling on the floor or across the room or just lost in general. Do this for math games.

#### Controlled Dice~ No more dice flying around the room. Instead of buying these, try getting similar plastic containers and make your own!

#### To all my teacher friends. Saw this for those math centers from K - 5, this is genius. Seriously.

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#### Pinterest - Classroom Ideas and Inspiration

#### I was buzzing around pinterest, websites, and the internet and saw some simply clever teaching ideas. I thought you would love them too! Dice Game Containers It drives me crazy when students dice are rolling on the floor, and making a ton of noise during dice games in math. These little plastic containers are the perfect solution! You can purchase a set of 4 of them at the Dollar Store. Milk Crate Chairs I am always looking for creative storage solutions, and these milk crates are the next best thing for my classroom needs. I can't wait to purchase some milk crates, fun material, boards and cushion and create these milk crate chairs. These crates will be perfect for my center material storage, and will not take up space in the classroom because they will double as seats for my small group table. Brain Sprinkles This idea just cracks me up, and I know it will make the students smile! Every once and awhile the kids are stumped on coming up with an answer, and brain sprinkles will help them loosen up and hopefully help their brain waves retrieve the answer. Brain sprinkles are a great way if you want them to be motivated right before a test. Tattle Monsters This is how you turn simple tissue boxes into something super eye catching. This is a great way for students to write down what may be on their mind, and put it into the monster's mouth. Hopefully, this will allow the students to voice their concern and get their tattle out of the way, allow you to focus on teaching, and check in with the tattle monsters as it fits into your daily schedule. Here's to a year of productivity, and not a lot of tattling :)

#### Okay.... so I haven't pinned a lot lately... I don't know what is wrong with me?!? So I had to dig back into the archives and find some things that I thought would be good. So here it is.... This coin flip book came from Classroom Freebies. It was created by Diane. I will be doing this activity next week since I have decided to spend the last week of school reviewing coins and working on counting money. I feel like this is a skill that my kiddos really need to work on. I've seen this idea before but I still love it! In order to keep the kiddos from throwing the dice... putt them in clear containers. Have the kids roll the dice, and look through the clear bottom to see what was rolled. I really like these because of the pop of color. Super cute! (Could not locate the original posting. If you posted these, let me know so that I can give credit where credit is due!) I really like this craftivity from The Kinder Wife. Kids love anything that they can use their hands + paint for.... plus painted hands make most things so much cuter (this definitely being one of those things)!! I'm keeping this in mind for when I teach ocean life next year. Okay... so I know Mother's Day isn't over yet... but I only have one more week until I have to have Father's Day stuff accomplished. This bookmark from Creative Family Moments is adorable and any dad that likes to read is sure to love this! I love the idea of card games being used for math. I've been wanting to get my kids playing War... but then I think about all the other fun things you could do... like I could have kids add the cards together... or figure out the biggest number then subtract the cards... I'm half tempted to make all of my math centers card games next week. I mean... come on! Super fun! And this paper alliGREATER is super cute! Thanks Wendy @ Living Creatively for sharing this on your blog! Okay... just one more thing before I go tonight! I just created a cute Mother's Day Card and uploaded it to my TPT store! In honor of TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK I decided to make it FREE for TONIGHT ONLY! In the morning I will be changing it back to $1.50 (which is still a really good price). PLEASE leave me some feedback if you download this product! Thanks! We will finish our tomorrow.... Hopefully I'll remember to take some pictures so that I can show you the finished product.

#### I am linking up with Ashley Reed over at Just Reed. This week's Ten Pin Linky is Math Idea Pins. There are so many wonderful ideas out there. I love teaching math, but often struggle to get it all in with our math series (Go Math!) by following our counties pacing guide. My goal this year is to incorporate math groups by using the Daily 5 for Math. Here are a few activities I have found on Pinterest to introduce a concept or to use as practice. 1. I love this board and have purchased Cara Carroll's Calendar Companion. http://pinterest.com/source/justreed-ashley.blogspot.ca/ 2. This can be challenging at the beginning of first grade, but the kids rise to the occasion with lots of practice:) http://pinterest.com/source/mrswilliamsonskinders.blogspot.com/ 3. The clock visual is great once the concept of time has been introduced not to mention it can replace the "That time is lunch?" question:) http://pinterest.com/source/teacherspayteachers.com/ 4. No more dice falling on the floor:) http://pinterest.com/source/sunnydaysinsecondgrade.blogspot.com/ 5. 6. I have a math vocabulary pocket chart, but this is so much more appealing and attention grabbing. http://pinterest.com/source/justreed-ashley.blogspot.ca/ 7. http://pinterest.com/source/stepintosecondgrade.blogspot.com/ 8. This is such a great visual from A Cupcake For the Teachers for sums of 10. http://pinterest.com/source/acupcakefortheteacher.blogspot.com/ 9. We always chant, "The little hand tells the hour and the big hand counts by 5." 10. My first unit on TpT was Ladybug Addition. I plan on going back to update it, but am on vacation for 2 more weeks:) So, until then, Ladybug Addition will be FREE! I would love you to leave some TpT feedback if you download it:) http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ladybug-Addition-Mats

#### I spend WAY too much time on Pinterest. When I saw this linky (hosted by Ashley from Just Reed) it looked like something I had to join in on. So...in no particular order, here are my 10 favorite pins for math ideas. I have added links back to the original sources (as far as I could tell, anyhow). If I have incorrectly given credit, please let me know. Thanks! One of my first inspirations while planning for Math workstations: Source: Adventures in Teaching No more flying dice...right? Source: Sunny Days in Second Grade Getting students to take responsibility for supplies (and figuring out who likes to smash the tips, who leaves the cap off, etc.): Source: The Go-To Teacher A math word wall, color-coded for Common Core: Source: Blair Turner's TpT Store Number of the day board: Source: Simply 2nd Resources Number Grid "Window" Source: Teacher Tipster Expanding Place Value: Source: Parents.com/Homeschool Den Individual Stick Game: Source: Lesson Plan Diva Boggle-Inspired Math Board: Source: Live, Laugh, and Love to Learn Using cards to have students identify maximum, minimum, median, etc. Source: Debbie Diller In the spirit of math-related items, I've decided to put all of my math games and activities on sale until the end of the month. Head on over and grab a great deal while you can :) Items are anywhere from 15% to 33% off. Click on the picture below to visit my store and see what's marked down! Oh, and you still have a few days to enter the giveaway for a new pencil sharpener from Classroom Friendly Supplies:

### Using LEGO to Build Math Concepts

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#### A brilliant way to teach kids fractions. So many children (and adults for that matter) struggle with fractions. Here is an easy way to teach fractions using LEGO! STUPENDOUS iDEA

#### A Simple Way to Teach Fractions Using LEGO. From Geeks are Sexy website, Teaching math concepts using Lego (or something like that)

#### Lego Math - Awesome Way To Teach Fractions - This Would Have Helped Me So Much As A Kid. I Always Struggled With Fractions!

#### Easy way to teach fractions for educators. We went over lego fractions in class.

#### Great way to teach fractions to kids!!! Bebe'!!! Lego aid learning fractions!!!

#### Lego fractions. Teaching fraction knowledge with lego blocks - AWESOME!

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### Double Digit Addition and Subtraction {with Lego Bricks}

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#### Math Skill: Interactive Manipulatives. What I like the most about this site is that it uses the Lego's as a manipulative. I like how easy it is to break the base ten block apart to practice borrowing.

#### Learning to add and subtract two-digit numbers with Legos or snap cubes. - Repinned by Totetude.com

#### Double digit addition and subtraction with trading - hands on learning with Lego bricks.

#### double digit addition and subtraction with Legos borrowing and carrying

#### Double Digit Addition and Subtraction {with Lego Bricks}

#### Learning number place with legos

#### Use your Lego bricks as a hands-on way to teach kids how to add and subtract double digit numbers with remainders.

### Lego Math Worksheets

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#### Lego Math Worksheets. Learn with LEGO! (more at: http://clutterfreeclassroom.blogspot.ca/2012/02/legos-in-classroom.html)

#### Link to cute Lego Math Worksheets for Addition. This could be adapted for Multiplication by stacking LEGOS!

#### i'm thinking-scratch the printable and just have a lego math center for friday game day

#### Lego Math! - I've seen this done with dice but I love the lego idea!

#### Lego Math- free printables Math + Lego is great fun

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#### Lego Math! Smart and fun. The boys would love math and you know they would be thinking of it at home when they play, too. Perfect! Classroom,for the teacher in me,grade 12 math ideas,Learning - Legos,Math and Literacy

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Want An Easy Way To Teach Kids Math? Try Using LEGOs! Great blog post!

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#### An easy way to teach Maths? Try Using LEGOs! Such a good idea! #lesson #lessonplans #ideas #teachintheuk

#### Want An Easy Way To Teach Kids Math? Try Using LEGOs! Great blog post! #Math #MathTutors

#### Did a similar one with drawings, they'd love to build them add fractions too though

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#### Best Picture Books That Teach Math Concepts

#### Math Legos to teach fractions.

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#### Balancing equations. Understanding equivalence addition and subtraction. First Grade math. THESE worksheets are FREE BTW!

#### Balance the Scale -- great worksheet idea for math time in the classroom! #teaching #math #first

#### Balance the Scale - worksheets for addition & subtraction (@ Mrs. T's First Grade Class)

#### Balance the Scale: worksheets for addition & subtraction - FREE Printable

#### Balance the Scale - worksheets for addition & subtraction

#### balance equations, could make it easier for my k kids

#### Balancing equations scale worksheet

#### First Grade Math Worksheets

#### Wayne Thiebaud Three Machines, 1963 Gumball Math Worksheet Gumball machine pattern Gumball machine pattern 2 If you don't want to make it this involved the students can just color the gumballs onto a gumball machine template. Gumball Machine Template Gumball Math addition and subtraction from printables4kids.com

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#### Day 1 of 10 Days of Teaching With Legos @ Milk And Cookies

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#### Teaching with what kids are interested in.

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dice addition worksheets

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#### Dice addition worksheets can make it multiplication or division or decimal or anything... for a math center

#### And to think I made my own worksheets! Dice addition worksheets can make it multiplication or division or decimal or anything... for a math center

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#### dice addition worksheets perfect for a math center game

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#### Great for summer math lesson.

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Magnetic number Fishing. They add what they catch.

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#### Magnetic number Fishing. This activity meets ECERS-R Math/Number subscale. Activity also aligns with ELS Math Standards for Counting and Cardinality Domain for 4-year-old children.

#### math centers magnetic number game- multiple ways to use this ARTIC kids could say their word xamount of times:)

#### math centers magnetic number game- multiple ways to use this Fishing for letters/numbers

#### Pre-School Math. Magnetic number Fishing. They add what they catch.

#### Magnetic number Fishing. It would work with magnetic letters, too!

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Tons of great math ideas!

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#### Math Centers - This is an interesting way to use dominoes to develop number concepts in #math about combining sets. I'd put this in the #Toys_and_Games area of c #Creative_Curriculum for #Preschoool. ##Preschool classroom.

#### Dominoes Math Station - could also use for students to add or multiply and place dominoes that reach the correct answer.

#### Math Centers - This is an interesting way to use dominoes to develop number concepts in #math about combining sets.

#### Math Centers - This is an interesting way to use dominoes to develop number concepts in

#### Course: Kindergarten Math Curriculum - Various ideas for math centers!!

#### Numbers- Math stations - tons of math centers

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math about me

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#### Free stuff: Math About Me- good idea for kg or gr.1 for first week of school. I have _ letters in my name, I am _ years old, I have lost _ teeth, I have _ brothers and _sisters, I have _ pets, My phone number is _...

#### math about me - also I think most of us are a little overweight, so I am sharing this... I saw this on TV and I have lost 26 pounds so far pretty quickly too http://hcgtrim4summer.com

#### Math About Me- good idea for kg or gr.1 for first week of school A first grade teacher blog

#### math about me-- and other math ideas for early elementary

#### math about me.... Starting off the school year right :)

#### Math About Me - freebie to kickoff the school year

#### Math About Me ... beginning of the year project?

#### math about me: has really good math ideas.

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great math games

#### Doubles Game, Math Center, Adding Double

#### Oceans of First Grade Fun: Oops! Corrected Mastering the Basic Math Facts Chapter Four: Adding Ten

#### practicing doubles game - Set of 37 different game boards. Free!

#### Doubles game boards Oceans of First Grade Fun: June 2011

#### various themed free printable dice game boards

#### 37 cute doubles game boards

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Multiplication Practice with Paper Game

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#### You know those paper fortune tellers? They were *the* rage when I was a kid. I loved them! And it is time to introduce my kiddos to the joy of Cootie catchers – while reviewing math lessons. We made two paper games, one to review fractions and another to review times tables. Want to learn how...Read More »

#### Times and fractions paper games. Kids will love to make these and play a math "game". (Scheduled via TrafficWonker.com)

#### You know those paper fortune tellers? It is time to introduce my kiddos to the joy of Cootie catchers – while reviewing math lessons. We made two paper games, one to review fractions and another to review times tables.

#### Paper Math Games: Fractions and Multiplication - Make learning time and fractions fun with these cootie catchers! Click now!

#### Times and fractions paper games. Kids will love to make these and play a math "game".

#### Multiplication & Fractions games

#### Kids Activities Blog on Instagram: “Remember these? Use the fun of cootie catchers to teach math principles. Search "PAPER MATH GAMES" on the blog to find the directions.…”

#### “Remember these? Use the fun of cootie catchers to teach math principles. Search "PAPER MATH GAMES" on the blog to find the directions. #Kidsactivitiesblog…”

Math Game Monday

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#### Making It As A Middle School Teacher: Math Game Monday ~ Am I Equivalent to 1/2? {Common Core Aligned}

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#### Making It As A Middle School Teacher: Math Game Monday ~ Fraction Fiesta!

#### Making It As A Middle School Teacher: Math Game Monday ~ Four-in-a-Row Mental Math Game

#### A great middle school math game from Making It As A Middle School Teacher, Four-in-a-Row Mental Math.

#### Making It As A Middle School Teacher: Math Game Monday ~ Percents & Proportions Common Core Task Cards

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#Daily5 #WordWork #Math This is a great way to combine math and literacy, by giving students an opportunity to practice spelling *and* addition *and* identifying money.

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#### Word Work: Word Worth-I found a variation of this online. Terrific spelling word practice, great activity for differentiated lists!

#### "What's your word worth" I have used this in my spelling centers-the kids love it

#### 3rd grade math and spelling activity. How much is your spelling word worth?

#### Word Worth Word Work. Would be great for spelling word practice!

#### Word Worth Word Work. Practice money and spelling words

#### Word Work Station: combining money + spelling skills

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#### Word Work: Word Worth 2nd-grade

#### **Update** This was featured on The 2 Sister's TheDailyCafe.com Newsletter on July 6, 2012! I have several options for my Daily 5 Word Work where kids can choose activities to practice their independent words. One of the stations I like best is How Much is Your Word Worth? This is a fantastic way to combine math and spelling! I have assigned each coin a value and students need to figure out how much their spelling word is worth. There are some additional questions on the bottom to determine which word is worth the most, least or the same. I print these out on cardstock and laminate them. I also pair it with play money for my more tactile kids who need to manipulate the money to make a pile for their word. It has been wonderful to see kids have this repeated practice with money throughout the year! Interested in Word Worth? Check it out in my TpT Store!

Printable Math Worksheets - Mr Printables

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#### Printable Math WorksheetspWe try to make our free printable math worksheets as fun as possible for children. We all remember there's nothing worse than boring worksheets you're forced to fill in.

#### this is a great free printables website! Aimed at younger kids, but I still found things for my class, and lots of holiday ideas.

#### Numbers & Math Printables For Kids - Mr Printables, Paper plate, make own math problems.

#### how to make numbers 3 through 10 ~ free printable math worksheets

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#### "How do you make 5?" free printable download

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LEGO Math Ideas

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#### LEGO Math Ideas Part 3-Again no common core being adopted here but love the idea of using legos for math-Fractions in this lesson

#### The Tutor House: LEGO Math Ideas Part 3 Lego fractions#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

#### I would use this in 3rd grade to help with fractions. LEGO Math Ideas

#### The Tutor House: LEGO Math Ideas Part 3 Lego fractions

#### LEGO Math Ideas Part 3by The Tutor House

#### LEGO Math Ideas - fractions

#### LEGO Math Ideas Part 3

#### If you missed my fantastic DIY and introduction to LEGO Math Ideas, read more about it here. Fractions The studs on a LEGO brick lend themselves to fractions. Students are now expected to use partitioning to model fractions. Common Core Standard 3.NF states that students must understand part and whole a/b where a is a part and b is the whole. You can use a LEGO brick to introduce partitioning. Pull out some LEGO bricks that you would like to use. You know your students and their abilities by now. Using a 1 by 4, have a student fold a piece of paper into four equal parts. Talk about the studs on the brick and how it can represent one part of the brick. Tell the student the the 1 by 4 represents a whole number. Now use some 1 by1's or 1 by 2's to make another length of the same distance of the 1 by 4. The different colors on this length represent the fraction one half or two fourths. Write the parts (fractions) on the stips Color them using same color as Lego Practice coloring in different fractions on the paper and pointing them out on the brick itself. It's helpful if you write the fraction directly on the paper in each partitioned section. Then add the fraction together. The blue part is one fourth plus one fourth which equals two fourths OR one half. You can also stack LEGO bricks and ask the student to break them into halves, thirds, fourths, eighths, etc. On a dry erase board, write down a fraction and ask the student to use the LEGO bricks to represent that fraction. The student then can break the towers. Update! Here are the direct links to all 5 parts of this series: LEGO 1 LEGO 2 LEGO 3 LEGO 4 LEGO 5

Math Notebooks

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#### Interactive math notebooks; Ideas can be altered to suit the curriculum!

#### Great ideas to help teach math, vocab pages, study pages...

#### GREAT math journal ideas-4th grade. Place value.

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#### Place value foldables, in a math notebook.

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#### math ideas galore!

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