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• Printing these off for Skipwith's family math night!

• This site describes 10 math activities kids can do at home with their parents. Also include a huge timer to countdown. Our festivities. For the evening.

• Mixing in Math: At Home with Math -Ten Math Activities for Parents and Kids

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I call this a 10 Rainbow and the students make different ones for various numbers... we even make silly ones where the numbers are out of order. They love the silly rainbows... and they need to know which numbers equal the target sum.

Reading At Home - Tips For Parents This is perfect for sending home with our students! Parents would appreciate some guidelines when helping their children with their reading homework. This printable includes tips for : - integrating reading in our daily family activities - choosing appropriate books - tips for helping beginning readers - practicing fluency & developing comprehension skills!

Matching ten frames to numbers 0-10 - this is a great exercise since this is a main focus now in common core standards for math in preK & K.

Here's a penguin themed booklet on counting and writing numbers and number words from 1-10. Available in English and Spanish versions.

This is a one page document that can be used as part of a math journal. Teachers can choose a different number each day. Can be adjusted for older or younger kids.

How parents can help kids develop good, intuitive math skills. These are all basic ideas, but excellent reminders.

Dr.Seuss math activities

This would be great for students to keep in the front of their math journals, binders or notebooks.

3 quick, hands-on, totally cool math games for kids . . . How do YOU keep math fun?

"Guess My Number" math game. Teacher or student thinks of a number and the other kids ask questions. Mark off numbers as they ask the questions.

This is a fun, engaging March Madness-themed math review packet. The activities include finding area, comparing fractions and decimals, all operations with decimals, and converting between fractions, decimals, and percents. It's great for any 4th or 5th grade standardized test prep with all CCSS aligned concepts. Mike's Math Mall - \$