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Teacher Hack: Pool-Noodle Card Holders

GENIUS cardholders made out of pool noodles. So easy and so cheap! Perfect for math centers.

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Domino Doubles Game

Help your kids have fun while learning their doubles math facts with this Domino Doubles Game from Creative Family Fun

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I Spy Letters, Numbers, Road Signs, Sight Words, & Math Facts /26 Activities

A fun review of skills over summer break! The 26 activities included in this 67-page resource can be printed, displayed on a computer, or projected. The 8 "I Spy" pages were designed to be used with the 19 work pages. Students interact with the "I Spy" games as they practice letters, numbers, road signs, sight words as well as addition, subtraction and other math facts. The printable work pages were designed to help teachers differentiate instruction to better meet students' needs.

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Make Math Drills Fun

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1st Grade Common Core Math Vocabulary - WORD WALL

Cutest math word wall around! 62 vocabulary cards, color coded by domain, and aligned to the 1st Grade Common Core Math Standards! $

Winter FREE: This winter math game makes practicing fours and fives multiplication facts fun! Included are 45 memory cards for students to match the multiplication array, multiplication fact, and product. This is a perfect activity for small groups and centers during the winter season!

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Fall Math

Autumn themed math worksheets focusing on addressing the common core standards in basic numeracy (0-10). 23 printer friendly pages. Ideal for assessment and gathering evidence of learning. Click to preview. $

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4th Grade Math Test Prep: All Standards Mega Bundle

4th Grade Common Core Math Test Prep - Help your students get ready for testing! This resource has a practice page for each of the 4th grade Common Core Standards and a comprehensive review of each domain. Wow! $