Explore these ideas and more!

To put screw or nails in the right place, photocopy a template

Math Place Value Chart | ALEX Lesson Plan: Explorations in Place Value

Tired of guessing at the location when installing picture hangers on the wall? The problem can be solved by applying tape to the frame’s hanger, and then pushing a thumbtack through the tape as shown here. Perfect Placement. Next, position the frame and push the tack into the wall to get a precise hole for mounting your picture hanger. Remove the tape and the tack, and you’ll be able to hang the frame exactly where you wanted it.

Collection of 200 teaching activities & 40 games to use with pupils who struggle with maths, based on the author's experience in schools, working with dyslexic, dyspraxic & dyscalculic pupils.The toolkit covers: early number work with numbers under 10, basic calculations with numbers above 10, place value, times tables, multiplication & division. The activities can be used with individuals, pairs or small groups, & the CD-rom accompanying the book contains printable & photocopiable resources...

Use a Comb to Hold Nails in Place

Place Value Interactive Notebook FREEBIE ......Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

Craft and DIY Ideas (15 Pics) | Vitamin-Ha

Have a Heart: Use book pages to create pretty hearts for centerpieces that show the love. Photo by First Comes Love Photo via Style Me Pretty

In so far as the learner was in Error, and now receives the Truth and... - but does it float

I'm going to use several of these ideas! Genius!!!!

Take your literature collection to the next level with math story problems. Grab a FREE set of story problems to use with the Bear Snores On and read more about the importance of multiplication and division story problems to develop place value understanding in primary students.

From Martha Stewart - place rubber band around can to wipe paint off.

Prepositions of time and place: a multiple choice activity.

Fixing a stripped hole with a golf tee. I would never have known to do this.

DIY Dr. Seuss letters for Children’s Book Nook

fold a twin sheet in half long ways and sew ends together, next sew in five equal sections the size of a pillow case, next insert pillows leaving ends open to remove pillows and wash cover

Easter Math for 2nd grade---FREE math---counting money, place value, 3-digit addition & subtraction

put recipes or little notes for yourself inside. genius.

Book Theme! love this! - ooh ooh - could use pages from a Dollar Tree bible perhaps, or photocopies. Tea stain the pages. That would be cool!

Smart idea