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# Math enrichment

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50 Genius Storage Ideas (all very cheap and easy!) Great for organizing and small houses.

We have been practicing our addition and friends of ten this week. I came up with a quick way to play shake rattle drop all on the one page. If you have never played Shake Rattle Drop, you need a ten frame (or this sheet) and ten double sided counters. You also need something to record with. Shake the counters in your hands, and drop onto the page. We always place the red counters first and yellow sides sencond. Write down the Friends of Ten! Go and fill the recording sheet up! It is great…

A few weeks ago it was time for our daily problem solving block in math class, and I looked over a few shoulders to find the most aggravating thing. The answers written (sometimes incorrectly) with…

I am excited to be linking up with 4th Grade Frolics again for Monday Made It! Of course my project is for school again! I actually made a couple other things, but they haven't been photographed yet. So stay tuned! I am super excited about my new math vocabulary display! I purchased a couple of yard sticks and some clothes pins. The clothes pins were spray pained and then glued on to the yard stick. They will hold the words we are currently working on. The words that we are not using are on…

Remember those paper fortune tellers from back in the day? Well they're back and instead of telling the future they can teach your child math

3rd Grade Thoughts: A teaching blog by Stephanie Van Horn

Free resources from Laura Candler for teaching decimals

Here's a terrific post with a wealth of resources and ideas on teaching perimeter, area, and volume.

Building number sense in first grade can seem daunting but with the right number sense activities and lessons, it can be a lot of fun! In this post, I hope to share with you a lot of engaging number s

MATH WORKSHOP Let me start by giving you a brief overview of my Math Workshop structure/ rotations/ schedule. When I was planning this structure over the summer, I had purchased a couple Math Workshop Guides on TpT to get me started and then I tweaked them to apply to my own classroom, comfort level, and style. The guides I found most helpful were: Guide to Organizing & Managing Math Workshop with Guided Math {eBook/Printables} by Clutter-Free Classroom A Teacher's Guide To Math Workshop…

Grab a TON of FREE Math Games to help strengthen your students' addition & subtraction skills!

Fraction Fun on a Number Line! Free! (A5 Update, Grade 3) | Bridges First Edition Support - teaching fractions using a paperclip on a number line. Genius! Also a free "I Have, Who Has" game for fractions on a number line. CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.1 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.3

For over a year I have been envious of the “Teacher Toolbox.” When the #made4math creation happened I knew that it would be the perfect opportunity to actually make one. From what I can…

Free, fun and useful Kindergarten - 1st Grade, Common Core aligned lesson plans, math games, calendars, behavior charts, materials and more!

Free task cards: rounding, decimals, greatest common factor, least common multiple, & combining like terms. Paid products such as math mazes & color-by-answer products are available for equations, distributive property (with & without negatives), proportions, integers, & order of operations. Math fluency activities covering one step equations, basic math facts, proportions, integers, fractions to mixed numbers, fractions in simplest form, decimals & percent conversions, & more.

During the school year I feel like I am scrambling to get everything taught before state testing. It seems like we just don't have enough time to cover all of the curriculum, so we are a mile wide and an inch deep! We were in such a rush to get through multiplying and dividing fractions, that I decided to go back and review those with the students before they move on to 7th grade. I decided to make some games/activities for the students, and I'm so happy with that decision. When the students…