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Here's a great daily math form for students. They grab a handful of coins and then focus on skills like coin recognition and counting, estimating, coin values, tally marks, place value, written form, even and odd, place values, adding, subtracting, multiplying, fractions and rounding.

Self-grading Timed Quizzes! Student fills in their name then begins test. Press FINISHED when complete. Quiz is then graded and ready to print with number correct, incorrect, date, and time it took to complete.

A visual way to teach adding and subtracting fractions.

place value sort- an absolute must for a difficult concept!!

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Lots of math printables to help with multiplication, math terms, converting, counting, number patterns, subtracting, place value, etc.

Place value Written form Expanded form Numerical form

Here's a number of the day form for older students. Some prompts include: Is this prime or composite and why? Write a word problem where this number is your solution. Write this number in expanded form (and more!).

Number of the day...great to put on the Promethean for morning work

Lots of Place Value Learning Ideas - Slilding numbers with the game musical chairs! Split the class in two. Set up chairs (labeled with place values) on both sides of the room for each team. The number of chairs you need depends on what place values you are teaching. Next, throw single dig

dandelions and dragonflies Decimal place value