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4th Grade Math Journals contains 60 math journal tasks aligned with the Common Core State Standards. All journal tasks are based on a problem solvi...

4th grade math - good idea! Use jumbo playing cards on a tri-fold board! this is way too old for pre-k but my fellow teachers HOW great right?

PLACE VALUE - great books to teach place value. Cause let's be real...we need all the help we can get teaching place value.

Love this math station I spotted in 5th grade recently. Students use playing cards to find range, median, and mode. Fun and simple activity! Playing cards fanned out in a holder are used to determine range, median, and mode. Have a game similar to this with playing cards.

Place Value. For basic math and beginning algebra students, having the columns "standard form," "expanded form," and "base 10 expansion" might help make clear the way base 10 works and help with their conversions between the first and last. Then, for classical algebra students, work with different bases.

This is a poster dealing with place value. I would use this in my classroom to hang in the classroom so children could refer back to it while working on expanded form and place value.

Place Value Pyramid - I did this wilth mu class to the 10 thousand place value. THEY LOVED IT!

Math = Love! Love her ideas! I wish I could have had her for high school math!!

OMG!!! This site is great for preschool/kindergarten math activities!!! I want to print and make them all!! and shop for more small manipulatives!!