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Fifth and sixth grade math - great ideas to help teach concepts.  Need to discuss with teacher and create resources.

Fifth and sixth grade math - great ideas to help teach concepts. Need to discuss with teacher and create resources.

Monster Math by Anne Miranda is a math lesson turned into a fun and entertaining storybook. You can simply read the book or you can have your little mathematician help you guess how many new monsters arrive and leave on each page. The illustrations are adorable and even if the math skills are above your toddler or preschoolers heads they will still enjoy the book.

Monster Math by Anne Miranda is a math lesson turned into a fun and entertaining storybook. You can simply read the book or you can have your little mathematician help you guess how many new monsters arrive and leave on each page. The illustrations are adorable and even if the math skills are above your toddler or preschoolers heads they will still enjoy the book.

100 Books About Math for Kids - Great list! Fiction and Non-Fiction - Covers counting, shapes, money, time, addition, multiplication, division, geometry, logic, and more!

100 Books About Math for Kids - Great list! Fiction and Non-Fiction - Covers counting, shapes, money, time, addition, multiplication, division, geometry, logic, and more!

Improve your students understanding of PLACE VALUE with these SIX models for teaching decimals. Make sure your students have concrete, hands-on experiences before moving to abstract thinking. #math #decimals

Improve your students understanding of PLACE VALUE with these SIX models for teaching decimals. Make sure your students have concrete, hands-on experiences before moving to abstract thinking. #math #decimals

A Day with No Math by Marilyn Kaye.... Teachers could read this story to young children and then consider "A day with no technology/ computers". What would happen? Each child could write/ draw a page and collate these to form a classroom book about "A day with no technology". This would relate to learning objectives that explore how individuals and communities use information systems.

A Day with No Math by Marilyn Kaye.... Teachers could read this story to young children and then consider "A day with no technology/ computers". What would happen? Each child could write/ draw a page and collate these to form a classroom book about "A day with no technology". This would relate to learning objectives that explore how individuals and communities use information systems.

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