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have a permanent graph in place and just change the question each day. great idea for building number sense and counting concepts!

Math Coach's Corner: Composing and Decomposing Numbers. Composing and decomposing numbers is getting a lot of press these days with the adoption of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Check out this blog post on how to build strong, flexible mathematicians.

Calendar Math in the upper grades. Free recording sheet the students use (both 4th and 5th), plus an entire series to explain how to get it started in your class.

I think I'll do this except with three cards only and they have to find the smallest number, largest number, and write a number sentence and solve.

Composing and Decomposing Fractions chart/poster

Math Coachs Corner: Computation Dice Games. Students roll three number cubes and use addition or subtraction to make a number as close to 11 as possible. A second version includes multiplication and a target of 21.

Math Coach's Corner: Online Math Games. Great resource!

Math Coach's Corner: More Christmas Number Trees

Math Coach's Corner: Think Multiplication for Division. "There is undoubtedly some value in limited practice of division facts. However, mastery of multiplication facts and connections between multiplication and division are the key elements of division fact mastery. Word problems continue to be a key vehicle to create this connection."

Math Coach's Corner: What Great Teachers Do Differently

Answers Keys included!!! 5th grade Common Core Fractions. Over 100 problems with answer keys!! Great for morning work, homework, assessments,etc. See all 5 homework packets!!! $4.00