another way to do that number of the day thing I sent you the other day but in a board like manner. number concept - great for morning work/seat work!

Super Sweet Second Grade: Fraction Name Art My Name in Fractions

Love this idea for AM work: Number of the day chart- can be modified for different grades. multiply by, divide by, include fractions or decimals today's number morning work

Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts Strategies for solving math anchor chart

Free Math Playing Card Mats ~ First Grade School Box: Math Centers

Math anchor chart ways to make a number

Lipstick, Lattes, and Lesson Plans: Managing Guided Math (Math Workshop). Variation on daily three for math.

First Grade TIME poster. I ought to put this up by the clocks in teen services for the high school students who can't tell time on an analog clock.

Infographic: Who Takes Care of What? This infographic highlights the 3 main branches of the U. Government in a simple, easy-to-read format. Need to do this for the Australian government

Game: true/false math facts I would use this when teaching about adding multiple numbers. I would have students do this in math centers. I really like how students have to work out all of the problems and then decide if they are true or false.

A lot of times during Morning Meeting or during Math Class, time is spent on number sense and work is done with an activity called "Today's Number.

math about me page - great for beginning of the year. I love this for a beginning of the year math activity!

Fractions can be a very hard thing to understand. By using this fraction wall in the classroom, teachers will not only have an easier way to teach but students will visually be able to see just how fractions work.

SHAPES POEM this would have been god when i did this earlier this year! cute for the future! and, i would probably change it to "a cylinder is like a can of pop"

Classroom Treasures: Numeracy - great for Morning Work!

Kid's Math Talk Tools CCSS M. construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. This is good for poster math circle discussion