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### Five in a Row: A Game for Practicing Addition Facts and What's the Problem? Freebies {May}

Five in a Row is a fun and engaging game where students practice their basic addition facts. These FREE monthly game boards keep the game fresh and exciting all year long!

Circle the Sums is an awesome fact fluency activity where students look at their number being practiced and circle the numbers that make it - lots of great ideas on this post!! Click to read!

### Addition and Subtraction Word Problems Grouped by Problem Type

Word problems made easy by including blank spaces so you can differentiate the numbers. The word problems are sorted by problem type so you can focus students on one problem type at at time. Perfect for K-2 classrooms. | Story Problems | Story Math | Teaching Math | Math Education | Scaffolded Learning | Teaching Addition | Teaching Subtraction | Elementary School | Beginner Word Problems

Teaching with a Touch of Twang: Great teacher blog. I printed the PDF math reference for my kids!

### Activities to Practice Counting Coins

Lots of fun, hands-on activities to practice counting coins. Valuable Words and Roll a Fortune look great! Students will love the FREE Race to a Dollar/Race to a Hundred Dollars game boards.

I seriously can't get enough of this in my classroom, and my students love it just as much! Freebie included!

### Freebies

Five in a Row is a fun and engaging way to give students extra practice with their basic math facts. Monthly FREE sets available on blog.

Great trick for teaching how to make 10. Students use a highlighter to find the "10" and then circle the other number with a crayon. Brilliant!

Students create a monster, then measure certain body parts and record. Fun way to explore standard and non standard measurement! #math #measurement