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Cute idea for estimation...how many Fruit Loops to fill in your hand...kids fill out the paper at the bottom

Froot Loop hand- Cute idea for estimation/area.how many Fruit Loops to fill in your hand.kids fill out the paper at the bottom

Roll the dice and then show the base ten blocks to represent the number

Math center idea for tens and ones. use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice- number is for the tens place and the one is for the ones place.

place value initials! This is a good idea to get the students to write about their strategy used. doing this in math centers

Have your grade students make Place Value Initials. This is a fun math activity for practicing place value. Kids built the first letter of their name with paper Base Ten Blocks and then determine how many tens and ones they used.

Peek into this diary of an aluminum can as it goes on a journey from inside a bauxite rock, to the manufacturing line, to the store shelf, to a display on a bookshelf, to a garbage can, and finally to

The Adventures of an Aluminum Can by Alison Inches - Peek into this diary of an aluminum can as it goes on a journey from inside a bauxite rock, to the.

Miss Kindergarten: Coin Caterpillars

Coin Caterpillars

Miss Kindergarten: Coin Caterpillars- I think I will make these blank and then have them "stamp" their own coins and write the amount.

One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem.  You can also do it with sight words or anything else!

"Quick Math" One student calls out an answer while other erases the problem. You could play this same game with number bonds to Can be multiplication or division bonds/models. Play on dry erase boards.

Great idea! Your pass the bucket around and they have to tell the coin they have, if they don't know it, they have to put it back in. If someone draws the bankrupt stick, all the sticks go back in the cup.

TEACHING THE KIDS -"i like money" game - for teaching coin recognition. glue plastic coins to popsicle sticks. students pull out stick + if they name coin, they can keep it. if they pull out a "bankrupt" stick, all sticks go back in the can!

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