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  • Mrs. ABCB

    Grab and Go Math Centers

  • Angel Newsome

    3rd Grade Classroom Ideas

  • Brenda McGhee

    @ Lisa Wheeler-- this blog has some great 3rd grade premade stuff. Printable games- Wow! This site has great ideas for teachers. Great Teacher Blog!

  • Roxane Todd

    LOVE all printable GAMES!!!! MUST DO!!!! Also comp and literacy and spelling! Great economics packet...need to print.Great third grade blog.

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Addition and Subtraction Posters. Cute. Will have to add on for algebra.

good posters..may need these since I will be teaching these skills in second grade

Nice strategies and visuals for solving math problems. I appreciate that "use your fingers" is at the top. It should not be a bad thing. Those are some handy built-in manipulatives we were born with.

I'm soooo using this center!! Modify it and use it for multiplication facts! Thank you Lesson Plan Diva!!

rainbow writing (did something similar to this with the alphabet when one of my nanny charges were in kindergarten --- except they picked the color traced the letter 3 times, said the letter name and sound(s), repeated with at least 4 other colors), so I love this for learning spelling words. Could make writing them so much more fun and exciting.

New Student packet. Pinner wrote, "I can grab it and say 'I thought you maybe joining us today.' instead of 'oh, we weren't expecting a new student.' It will get us off on the right foot. So much better than scrounging for stuff every time a new student arrives!

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

theme for my K room : )

Using pocket chart to organize math rotations... I'm not sure why I'm attempting to try this with a class size of 34. I think I'm nuts.

great way to organize math the numbers in the pocket chart

Who Am I? Class booklet with riddles. Cute idea for August! (Holly Hernandez, when did you teach K, and why didn't you share this book?!) :)