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Help students understand the concept of place value with this easy-to-understand story! Follow the families as they move from the Ones House to the...

A Place Value Story

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

Ginger Snaps: Rounding Round Up. Remind me about the Rounding Rap and other stories. I particularly like the visual way of rounding with the hill and car!

FREE! Here's a set of 24 measurement task cards for students to practice measuring objects to the nearest inch and half inch.

Here's a set of 24 measurement task cards for students to practice measuring objects to the nearest inch and half inch. For use for 2014 school year when we go back to teaching standard units of measurement.

Awesome wish I had this when I was a kid!  elementary math videos. Learn times tables with songs

fun math poems for elementary school math! Also math poetry, math music videos, math songs, math problems, and math stories.

cheez-its for teaching perimeter and area. Easy to do (watch for gluten issues) and they get to eat.

Teaching Perimeter & Area Using Cheez-Its. Pinned at Needling Grace: Spring Fever, Lockdown, and Student Work

'Number of the Day' display

Math Workshop Adventures: Today's number as a sponge activity in a pocket chart

I was feeling creative tonight and worked on a project I've been meaning to get to for awhile.  Check out my new primary problem solving pos...

Problem Solving for Wee Folk :)

Then Understand, Plan, Do, Check. Math Coach's Corner: Primary Problem Solving Poster - we change Do to Solve and call it UPS check. We sing the steps to the tune of Farmer in the dell.

Place Value Practice Makes Perfect - Three Common Core aligned games from Laura Candler for helping students review and practice place value concepts for whole numbers and decimals. $

Building a Foundation for Decimal Place Value Success

Corkboard Connections: Place Value Practice Makes Perfect. Three AWESOME place value games.

Fun addition or multiplication game. Put number cards in a spiral. Start at the center: roll a die, move that many spaces, and add/multiply the number on the die and the number card you landed on.

Addition/Subtraction game (could do with multiplying). Students roll a dice, move that many spaces, add the number on the dice to the number card they landed on. How many more to make ten?

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