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  • TheOriginalPrep

    Scaffold students' understanding of estimation and build number sense. Students use the container with 10 and 100 to compare the "mystery number" container in the middle.TheOriginalPrep

  • Kimberly Sarah

    ESTIMATION game with jelly beans around easter with the kids

  • Cheryl Cairns Whelden

    Scaffolding estimation understanding- kids see what 10 and 100 look like and middle jar is what they are it! Do this before starting the estimation jar!

  • Jill Maenner

    Positively Learning: scaffolding estimation

  • Emily Gottstein Frey

    Scaffolding Estimation Activity

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Estimating number sense activity...Like the idea of having 2 'known' jars and one 'guess' jar. Great idea!

so cute! once we do estimating i want to do one a week, and pick a weekly winner. totally love the bulletin board border around the paper too

Estimation Station: Beyond the Estimation Jar!

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Quick check! This is a great activity for young children to help them learn number sense. :) Pick one box to discuss each day at first. I actually have CeCe do this mentally; mental math has such a better impact on number sense success.

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For 4th grade, I can see this as a weight estimation station. Pounds, Kilograms, Ounces...oh my! I can even ask the kids to bring something in!

This would be great to hang in a high school classroom in a spot of the classroom that the students see every single day.

Use this recording tool to help your students review math skills based on the number of the day {Freebie}

This person's entire Flickr series is great. I really want to have engaging display boards like this and change my displays constantly. Gahhh so good.

math...this link doesn't take you to this particular resource, but I have these addition facts cards and I see they used Legos or some other block combinations to make a hands on learning