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# Explore Nets For 3D Shapes, Geometric Shapes, and more!

A site that has EVERY 3D shape imaginable as a PDF so your kids can print, cut, fold and glue! Even lists the number of faces, edges, and vertices

angry birds geometric solids - pdf files for the nets - oh my goodness ... my kids will LOVE this!

Great idea on teaching rounding... An easy way to make it visual.

Free math app for exploring number equivalence - compare fractions, decimals, and percents!

This fun multiplication art project comes from Looking From Third to Fourth! Kids construct a city of arrays! Check out her site for details and a printable.

I've taught this but substituted "solid shapes" for "3d shapes"

Learning Ideas - Grades K-8: Geometry - Making 3D Shapes with Manipulatives Love it! Much better than toothpicks and marshmallows!

This is BRILLIANT. Draw a number line with sharpie on a ziploc slider bag and use the slider as the tool to add or subtract two numbers. Awesome!

from Education.com

### Shape Dimensions: Solid Figures

three dimensional shapes and graphing

Edible solid shapes... Great for teaching 3D Shapes

Play ‘Hidden Numbers’ to help children recognise numbers - this game will get your child to associate shapes with numbers for easy identification. Cut a small hole in an envelope, put a number in it so that only part of it shows, & the child has to guess what the number is. Does it have a lot of lines? Maybe it's a 1 or a 7. Does it have circles or loops? It could be 3, 5, or 8. (Could also be adapted to support shape recognition) (“,)

A Differentiated Kindergarten: Constructing Numbers . . . An Independent Place Value Freebie!

OMG! I need to make one for 5th graders! The 4th Grade May-niacs: Math Review Folder

Wow... I don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 and above... the ones I find most difficult to remember. # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Place Value FREEBIE to assess number word, expanded form and standard form of numbers.

Make puzzles out of 100 charts for kids to put together...this would be a good review for third graders with a multiplication chart. Give them the "frame" and they use their multiplication skills and puzzle shapes as hints to get it together. Could cut pieces into various sizes/shapes for differentiation.