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I really like this storage idea....this solves all of my problems with my multiplication center flashcards being mixed up or students not being able to find the set they need!!!

I would do sight word lists instead of math flash cards.Center Idea: flashcards on hooks in a binder. Easy cleanup and organization.

FlapJack Educational Resources: Multiplication Fact Center Station Ideas

Turning Noneducational Games into Learning Fun! examples: jenga multiplication facts, twister, and a racing game using lanyards

A huge list of books that can be integrated into math lessons! The list is even divided by math topic. :) DOUBLE WOW!

A huge list of books that can be integrated into math lessons! The list is even divided by math topic. :) Kids would never expect to read a book for math class!

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.

Array City This fun multiplication art project comes from Looking From Third to Fourth ! Kids construct a city of arrays!

Using Legos to learn about Area & Perimeter; can also be used to learn about perfect squares, radicals, and for younger students, all the different ways to distribute a number

lego area & perimeter--This would be a fun way to get the students involved in math to learn about area and/or perimeter. All you would need is some legos and graph paper.

Love these foldables!  Great to begin a fraction unit

Circle Fraction Foldables: These already had the lines printed on them, for correctness. Has some awesome foldable ideas on this site too!

Fraction Wall Anchor Chart

Fractions can be a very hard thing to understand. By using this fraction wall in the classroom, teachers will not only have an easier way to teach but students will visually be able to see just how fractions work.

FREE~ Kids learn their times tables using only their hands and a simple, visual trick! It really works!

This is how they are teaching in the schools I have been in. Great math hack for your kids! I wish I knew this in elementary school. I don't teach multiplication any more this is a great idea for those few facts kids just have a tough time memorizing.

Labeled how Japanese children learn multiplication in grade school but would be a good trick for a child who learns more visually or having trouble mastering multiplication

Labeled how Japanese children learn multiplication in grade school but would be a good trick for a child who learns more visually or having trouble mastering multiplication. Perfect for my child that has a learning issue in math.

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