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    Teaching perimeter, area, and volume.

    Hands down this is our most popular pin! Need a brain break in the classroom? Print this freebie or toss it up on the smartboard for the entire class to get some energy out! Roll Some Fun Freebie

    BRAIN BREAKS! from TheHappyTeacher

    Place Value

    Do you need a great center activity? This is a great game for third grade! It includes the multiplication cards!

    Teachers Notebook- Early Finisher activities

    Questions for student reflection

    5 Math Games Every Classroom Needs to Play! Freebies included to help you get started!

    TONS of freebies - including sight words, almost 70 pages of math games using a deck of cards -- all grade levels all topics

    Up themed back to school bulletin board

    Figure me out math activity! Great for getting to know/beginning of the year! (Picture only)

    everyday uses of Math. This would be a GREAT bulletin board for the beginning of the year. Let the kids bring something in that deals with using math. Lesley Kane we have to do this!!

    People Bingo (beginning of the year)

    (Cheap!) DIY Paper Sorter from stacked IKEA Magazine files. Just tape together with packing tape.

    ALL ABOUT ME FREEBIE! - this is great for FIRST week of school - so fun!! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

    One Lesson at a Time: Valentine's Day Bulletin Board/Door for the Craft-Phobic Teacher

    Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls: Test Prep strategies I like this one, because it doesn't emphasize the old key word strategy, which in today's standardized testing language might not always work

    Smart questions in math.... LOVE!!! This would be awesome in class since the only thing most kids say is "I don't get it" which I in turn don't get and don't always know where to start.

    Why card sorting activities are great for middle school science and how you can use them in your classroom

    Laminated group projects: use dry erase markers to answer questions, formulate concepts, then take picture of finished product and reuse for next class.

    Super fun place value game. Easy to adapt for different grade levels. Clear directions provided.

    Everybody loves a round of "I Have ... Who Has?"! A great ice-breaker or Morning Meeting activity for the beginning of the year!

    Help your students to read math word problems carefully with these task cards! Grades 3-5 $