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Roll, Make, Expand Place Value Recording Sheet product from FirstGradeFiveandDime on TeachersNotebook.com

Roll, Make, Expand Place Value Recording Sheet product from FirstGradeFiveandDime on TeachersNotebook.com

multiple ways to write a number -- taught in Everyday Math but not the curriculum I use and my students need to be able to do this

multiple ways to write a number -- taught in Everyday Math but not the curriculum I use and my students need to be able to do this

8.5.5 Addition and Subtraction to 20, Using 5 and 10: This is maybe quite a simple activity but children could also make the sum on their rack and work out the answer. They could also think of other examples to fill up the boxes.

8.5.5 Addition and Subtraction to 20, Using 5 and 10: This is maybe quite a simple activity but children could also make the sum on their rack and work out the answer. They could also think of other examples to fill up the boxes.

Adding Doubles and a Freebie -To develop speed on this important skill, see how many your students can complete in two minutes…give the test once a week and chart growth (also good to use as a graphing activity!)

Adding Doubles and a Freebie -To develop speed on this important skill, see how many your students can complete in two minutes…give the test once a week and chart growth (also good to use as a graphing activity!)

Even & Odd Math Lesson~Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons. i should develop this into a sorting math station

Even & Odd Math Lesson~Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons. i should develop this into a sorting math station

M.2.MD.1 & M.2.MD.2 & M.2.MD.3 ..................Fun "Are You A Square?" AIMS activity.  Labels can be charnged from cm to inches to meet CCS requirement of measuring the length of an object twice using length units of different lengths

M.2.MD.1 & M.2.MD.2 & M.2.MD.3 ..................Fun "Are You A Square?" AIMS activity. Labels can be charnged from cm to inches to meet CCS requirement of measuring the length of an object twice using length units of different lengths

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