tons of math centers- with ready to print pdf files for each one! Roll a die and color that many squares. Each player is a different color. Who ever colors the most at the end wins.

Are your and grade students struggling with number sense? Watch how to use interactive number lines with your students. Vertical Number line teaching Learn hands-on math games and activities that will keep your students engaged in learning.

Number of the day chart. Great daily math warm up to get the students in the right mindset. Can build number sense across grade levels if this is utilized consistently building-wide.

Arrays- Roll dice, fill in an array (ex: roll a 4 and fill in a rectangle on the grid-write the total number of squares inside the rectangle) Game over when player cannot fit their array on the game board.

I guess I should pin my own anchor chart.Teaching students how to identify the types of math mistakes they have made, and how to fix them. This is an extension of my 'Making Math Matter' chart.

Economics are rarely taught in elementary classrooms. An anchor chart like this one would provide students the necessary vocabulary words to start to learn economics and how it is related to civics education.

The Grade May-niacs: Division without Dividing? Good idea for kids struggling with division. CB: Know as the partial quotient methods, where students really use multiplication to find quotients!

FREE Data Analysis & Probability Games~ 16 different links for online games, printables, and activities that students will find both engaging and educational.

6 Ways to Help Your Students Master their Math Facts

Today's number is . This is a one page document that can be used as part of a math journal. Teachers can choose a different number each day. Can be adjusted for older or younger kids.