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I might like fractions more if I was taught with this.

Fractions Bingo! Game. Print the gamboards and grab some dice! Fun way to reinforce fractions.

These have been on my "must-make" list for over a year and it wasn't until I saw them on Pinterest that I moved them to the very top of the ...

An "I Have...Who Has?" game for math. Love it. Also, would be fun for equivalent fractions in upper grades, too!

Lego math games - what a great idea! - Make sure you have enough spare Lego blocks to complete the other side of the pattern and then see how long it takes you to find all the right pieces. This lets you play and learn, working with ideas about colour, shape, size and orientation.

Great idea on teaching rounding... An easy way to make it visual.

Pieces by Polly: Kindergarten Pi-Day Activities

Picture Books For Teaching Elementary Math (A Comprehensive List) looks likea good resource

Radical Clock - replace each number with a sticky note whose square root will simplify to the correct number on the clock

Another pinner said: I add each cat chased 8 mice (ounces). I know it doesn't start with O, but they are small and so are ounces. Plus the kids always think it is so funny that the kingdom/castle becomes infested with mice!---I teach the Big G, but I like the story that goes with it...might help some kiddos!