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### Pregnancy, Birth, Babies, Parenting

Great visual!

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.

from Childhood101

### Math Games for Kids: Uno Flip

This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.

Math Coachs Corner: Using Math Stretches for a Daily Warm-Up. Just like athletes warm up before a strenuous workout, mathematicians need to have a warm-up to get their brains focused on math.

All sorts of anchor charts: Teaching Angles using popsicle sticks & more more more

from Learning 4 Kids

### Peg-A-Number Fact Game

Love this! The sticks have different number sentences to make the number. This could easily be adapted to give descriptions of historical people, events, time periods, and then have students sort them.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

### First Grade Math Unit 9 Place Value

Use these puzzles at a math center and later for individual assessment.

I love every single thing about this activity. It gets the kids physically involved in learning how numbers work together. This is a thing of beauty!

Kids sort key words that may help them decide whether to add, subtract, divide or multiply when solving word problems. (Free)

Good quiet activity for addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division.

multiplication & division math games

I love this way to start our math journals. And it's a great way to get to know about each other!

Teacher Suzy Brooks shows how she conducts daily multiplication drills in her classroom - the whole process takes just 5 to 10 minutes a day and results in math fact mastery!