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Fun in Room 4B: Math Stations....Making It Work - can't WAIT to do a better job of math stations this year!

Getting your students to practice multiplication facts can be a challenge. I have complied 10 ways to practice multiplication facts, that my students have enjoyed1. Use the traditional flash card...

I decided to make some anchor charts for addition and subtraction key words. I got the idea from Jodi at Fun in First (she has really great ideas... if you haven't checked out her blog, you NEED to). Here is the subtraction chart (which is shaped like a subtraction sign): After downloading both documents, print on card stock, arrange nicely on addition/subtraction shaped posters, and laminate.

Apps We Love: Everyday Mathematics Freebies! | Tales of a 6th Grade Classroom

Number Combination Turkeys ~ Easy to make and easy to differentiate by giving your kids different numbers. (Lots of free ideas at this blog post.)

Teacher Idea Factory: BUGS ON THE BRAIN - MATH PACKET + FREEBIE

clock cube game. Roll the cubes, then move the hands on the clock to the correct time.

This is how I learned my multiplication facts and still use it to this day!!- cool finger trick to remember any multiplication fact for 6-10

Radical Clock - replace each number with a sticky note whose square root will simplify to the correct number on the clock

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