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### Summer Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers

Summer Sands Times 7 - a quick, fun math board game for reviewing multiplying by 7. From Summer Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers from Games 4 Learning. \$

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### Fractions Fourth Grade Math Game

4th grade math game for FRACTIONS. Perfect for math centers, independent practice, whole class review, and progress monitoring. This math game covers ALL Common Core math standards related to fractions in Fourth Grade.

Lots of great resources for Summer math fun - 7 great Summer math FREEBIES.

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### Divisibility Rules Math Posters 4th or 5th Grade Common Core { Anchor Charts }

Divisibility Rules: These divisibility rules printable posters will be perfect for your math classroom. You will receive 4 color versions of this poster to match your classroom decor!

Concept of "borrowing" hard to understand, teach math a new way. Fantastic math hack for teachers and students!

FREE! Fractions Bingo Game - This is such a fun, clever way to help kids learn about fractions with a math game (2nd -5th grade)

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### How to Use I CAN Math Games in the Classroom

I Can Math Games are more than just a can! Learn how I put together, organize and use these math games for all grades! Math centers are now fun and engaging with these math games. Tons of ways to use these! (#3 is a lifesaver!)

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### SUPER Math!

Four levels of this fun game work on time to the half-hour, time to the quarter hours, to the minute and elapsed time. Perfect for differentiation! Other game links here are just as good!

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### Angles, Triangles, and the Start of Geometry in 6th Grade Math! (middleschoolmathman.blogspot.com)

Angles, Triangles, and the Start of Geometry in 6th Grade Math!

Included in this FREEBIE is a fraction FlipBook for students. I give this to my students as a reference tool. Build this with your students in one day, have them place it into their math folders for quick reference in the future when they may get stuck or just need a visual representation of a fraction, a fraction number line, or a shaded fraction circle.