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Math Coach's Cornerfrom Math Coach's Corner

A Plethora of FREE iPad Math Apps

A Plethora of FREE iPad Math Apps! - Math Coach's Corner


Line Plot Activities and Resources

Teaching With a Mountain View: Line Plot Activities and Resources

Scholastic Teachersfrom Scholastic Teachers

Total Recall: Helping Our Students Memorize Multiplication Facts

Things That Come in Groups Chart~ One tool mentioned in a great Scholastic article about helping students learn multiplication fact!

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Students must be able to understand and master equations. This display could be especially beneficial to first grade students. !st grade math: Algebra - Work with addition and subtraction equations. 7. Understand the meaning of the equal sign, and determine if equations involving addition and subtraction are true or false. 8. Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation. Determine the unknown number that makes the equation true.

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Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Thinking Map for coins. Could put in math notebook!!! Next page would be front/back of bills.

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Sight Words and Thinking Maps!

I will adapt this idea to show equivalent fractions decimals and percents with money. Great visual aid in the classroom!

The First Grade Parade: George Washington

Here's a strategy for helping students find the value of a collection of coins. Includes several practice pages.

Swimming Into Second: Money, Money, Money (freebies)

Teacher Trapfrom Teacher Trap

Fractions of a Dollar

Fractions of a dollar. Relating fractions ( and equivalent fractions, example, quarter) to money which is familiar.

Teacher Trap: Fractions of a Dollar = Scissors + Dollar Bills!

Funky Fractions For Fifth Gradefrom Funky Fractions For Fifth Grade

Anchor Charts

Equivalent fraction anchor chart using the cut-out of the number- love it! Could even have the students make their own and glue into their math notebooks for future reference.

Anchor Charts | Funky Fractions For Fifth Grade

Lucky To Be In Firstfrom Lucky To Be In First

Math Ideas for 1st Grade

Lucky to Be in First!: 10 Pin Math & Show Me Some Lovin'