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Using legos to figure out the difference between area and perimeter.  Wish someone would have thought to introduce it to me this way so many years ago!

lego area & perimeter--This would be a fun way to get the students involved in math to learn about area and/or perimeter. All you would need is some legos and graph paper.

Area people

Area people- make learning about area fun! Hmmmm this kind of makes me want to teach about area!

Roll the dice and draw the area. Fun math dice game.

Bagels and Blogs

MATH Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different colored pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser.

Lego math . . . Some ideas to get kids thinking math while building.

RE PIN- additional education page Lego Math! Such a great way to help kids visualize math! we were using candy until some were permanently "subtracted" when they became too tempting to bear

Create name on grid paper. Figure out perimeter of each letter. Add all letters to find total perimeter. Anchored In 3rd Grade

Create name on grid paper. Figure out perimeter of each letter. Add all letters to find total perimeter. Anchored In Grade OR maybe choose one letter (first one of the name?) if you only do it in math class - otherwise it could be done as an art project!

Fractions Anchor Chart

Another Pinner said:Fractions Anchor Chart. This chart is a great reference for students, especially during independent practice. I think it would benefit them most if they made it with you.

Island Conquer math game freebie - combines area and perimeter practice with coordinate graphing skills.

Math Games Make Learning Fun!

Perimeter/Area and coordinates: Island Conquer math game freebie - combines area and perimeter practice with coordinate graphing skills.

MATH Foldable: Compare terms and keeping track of multiple steps or vocabulary words can be more organized in a foldable. These foldables can be kept in the classroom, in a folder, glued inside of a notebook or store in a student's file. (Grades 4 - 12)

I've got a foldable for that!: Math Important Book - sequences and square roots I like the idea of using foldables to teach expectations. Interactive way to go over the "rules" at the beginning of the year.

Welcome to my second blog in my new series focusing on how to support the older child in Primary school. In this blog I share 20 great ways that can help children learn multiplication facts, or more commonly known as times tables. Let me point out from the beginning, that before helping your child to remember multiplication facts, it…

Numbers for skip counting and multiplication Here's a set of number organizers that show multiples of each number inside the number outline. These might be interesting pieces in student notebooks.

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