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Calendar Journals to keep students engaged during calendar time.

August-June Calendar Journal

August - June Calendar Journals to keep students engaged during calendar time. Laminate and use in calendar center

This is a page from my Math Journal (coming soon) product!! It allows your students to analyze your number of the day or week. OR you could use it as you please. It requires the use of place value, tallies, greater than, less than, even and odd, using coins, and 100 more than the number.It is a part of the CCS Aligned Math Journal I am working on.

Freebie: This is a page from my Math Journal (coming soon) product! It allows your students to analyze your number of the day or week.

number of the day upper grades...like changing number order to write biggest and smallest number

Instead of MATH MEETINGS, why not try a daily brain workout for your accelerated students? math journal number of the day

Calendar Math in the upper grades.  Free recording sheet the students use (both 4th and 5th), plus an entire series to explain how to get it started in your class.

Calendar Math in the Upper Grades

Calendar Math in the upper grades. Free recording sheet the students use (both and plus an entire series to explain how to get it started in your class. (Plug in standards for other grades to adapt for lower elem.

Learning Adventures with Mrs. Gerlach: November 2012

Addition Strategies Mat from Learning Adventures with Mrs. post also includes good ideas for organizing and running math centers

Roll and solve a Math Fact!  Roll the die and solve a simple math fact in that row.  Great way to practice simple addition and subtraction!

Roll and solve a Math Fact! Roll the die and solve a simple math fact in that row. Great way to practice simple addition and subtraction! I think I need to remake one for multiplication & division too!

Edible solid shapes... Great for teaching 3D Shapes

Geometry: Edible solid shapes---Love this! I think children really remember those solid shapes when you apply this math lesson to food.

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