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All About the number anchor charts

KinderGals: Vegas Bound…On the 8th Day of Christmas

These 170 math projects, from schools across the US, provide overviews, activities, assessment rubrics, work product descriptions, and ideas for...

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Simple Math Games that demonstrate nearly every 2nd grade math principle. Also has other grade levels.

Grade 2 Math Websites

The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it! This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping. Wish I was teaching Grade 2!

Smiling in Second Grade: Time-Out Tuesday and Some Dancing

Best Children's Books to teach place value.

Best Children's Books to Teach Place Value and Base Ten

I Have, Who Has...FREEBIE

educationjourney: College Football & Forgotten Freebie

Math Differentiation: multiplication game

I {Heart} Teaching: Math Differentiation

Ways to show a number

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group activity for representing numbers in different forms

Sunny Days in Second Grade: Apples ala Pinterest

pumpkin mystery picture using hundreds chart - tens and ones practice- freebie

The Teachers' Cauldron: Place Value, Drugs, and Pho-tog!

Whole Body Math Learning: Stomp It! Place Value Game | Creekside Learning

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3rd Grade Math-Anchor Charts & Posters...something tells me I'm going to need this for Tyler's next years of school, not so much for him but for me! Lol.

The Hanleys: 3rd Grade Math- Anchor Charts/Posters

Especially love the part at the top of this chart for naming each place!

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Place Value

The Game That Is Worth 1,000 Worksheets - Math Games to improve math skills instead of worksheets!

The Game That Is Worth 1,000 Worksheets

fraction bug... another great visual for fractions!

Mrs. Schmelzer's First Grade Class

How to play Fraction War

Fraction War Games | Math File Folder Games

Classroom Freebies: Fun Math Dice Games. In these easy little math games kids combine 3 numbers, using multiple operations, to make a target number. There are two versions: one that uses just addition and subtraction to make 11 and another that uses addition, subtraction, and multiplication to make 21. Because there's a strategy component, you're also sharpening their problem solving skills!

Classroom Freebies: Fun Math Dice Games

Students can get the different order of operation mixed up. This organizer will be a helpful reminder if they get discouraged during classwork when combining all four operations in challenging problems. 3.OAT.9. 9. Identify arithmetic patterns (including patterns in the addition table or multiplication table), and explain them using properties of operations.

Operation Key Words Foldable

Math Coach's Corner: The Importance of 10. Here's a quick and easy little workstation using ordinary playing cards (remove the face cards) to practice combinations for 10. Notice that by using the playing cards and ten-frames, it is a representational (from CRA) activity, which is better for conceptual understanding that abstract flash cards.

Math Coach's Corner: The Importance of 10

A Quick Effective Way to Check Math Proficiency {3rd grade, Common Core, Report Cards, End-of-Year Review}

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How fun! "Watches" made from toilet paper tubes. These would be great for practicing telling time--maybe a matching game? katiebam How fun! "Watches" made from toilet paper tubes. These would be great for practicing telling time--maybe a matching game? How fun! "Watches" made from toilet paper tubes. These would be great for practicing telling time--maybe a matching game?

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Telling Time 2nd Grade - time activities aligned with common core standards. Centers, I have who has and printable practice pages. All FREE from www.thecurriculum....

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Rock & Teach: place value - interactive math notebook this is a fun way to play this using a fortune teller ♥ it!

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Graphing leaves- great for sorting and leaf identification

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Math Coachs Corner: Numeracy Continuum. The book lays out a continuum of skills that students pass through as they develop numeracy. It contains a series of assessment performance tasks and instructional activities designed to help teachers determine where their students are and move them forward along the continuum.

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