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Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Alphabetical Order Cups

Expanded Number Form This is a great way to teach expanded form using styrofoam cups. Put the cups together to make the standard form of the number and separate them to see the expanded form.

Math anchor chart

Place Value at Every Grade

Place value anchor chart - Wonderful! I have always used houses and streets to explain place value, now someone has made an anchor chart that I can "borrow".

An Apple For The Teacher: My Students are Kicking Their Math Facts (And Learning Them Too)! Contest and Freebie Too!

An Apple For The Teacher: My Students are Kicking Their Math Facts & Learning Them Too! Fun and motivating way to help students learn their math facts! Could be done with addition/subtraction for younger kiddos.

Math Coach's Corner: Quick and Easy Surveys...want to make one of these and change out the questions daily

Quick and Easy Surveys

Easy way to do daily graph- clothespins clipped on numbered yes/no. Daily graph in calendar area? On math pegboard?

Math Centers | Tales from Outside the Classroom: Math Centers

Math Centers

Math centers and printables - tons of ideas & resources on this boxes fun fun kids kids helping them 🎈

Great prompts to start Math Talk! (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post1331673&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Grade Six Teacher "Extraordinaire" : Math Talk! Using writing in math- teaching kids how to "math talk"

fun place value game with name. from this blog: http://stepintosecondgrade.blogspot.ca/

1 & 2 Give the kids place value blocks to make their name. have them calculate the value of their name. I am so doing this in our math journals this week! - Step into Grade with Mrs. Lemons: More Mudge and Place Value!

Here are two different game boards for enhancing place value understanding.

Here are two different game boards for enhancing place value understanding.--I only found one gameboard, but was pretty cool

Gotta start saving those water bottle lids!!  Great idea for a math center! But I'm also thinking I can use bottle caps for lots of other centers!

Use water bottle lids for math center. You can get water bottle lids from upcycle places :-) good idea for multiplication facts!

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