# Guided Math

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I’ve got some back to school bulletin board ideas for you that are easy-peasy... seriously, just cut and hang and BAM! You’re ready to go!

(Parody of Teach Me How To Dougie by Cali Swag District) aye! aye! Teach me how to do math (aye!) [Verse 1:] They be like teach Can you teach me how to divid...

Good Morning and Happy Saturday!! I sure am happy it's Saturday..this was an exhausting, yet busy week! Today I'm linking up with Doodlebugs Teaching for her Five for Friday! We've been hard at work researching and taking notes for our big Endangered Species Research Project. The kids are SO Excited and get so upset as they are learning more about why these animals are critically endangered. If you're interested, you can find these note taking pages along with the booklet we plan to use to…

Two-Step Word Problems - 3rd Grade

These super cute posters will give your students a visual aide as they use the proper measurement vocabulary words. There are posters for: Height Length Weight Capacity Area (2 versions) Temperature I also included a duplicate set of posters that do not have the chevron background in case you wan...

First of all I am sorry I am just now posting my Fashion Friday, lets just say Friday didn't go quite as planned. You see I am not the type ...

***FREEBIE***Give your students a fun way to practice calculating elapsed time with these elapsed time word problem task cards. These fun task cards feature QR codes that students can scan to check their answers. Set up these addition and subtraction task cards as an engaging math center or station, or post them around the room to get kids moving during math time. 3.MD.A.1 elapsed time, word problems, task cards, free, math centers, QR codes, 3rd grade math, math stations

Fractions: Take Two!! Okay... a few weeks ago, I shared the beginning of our fraction unit with you. You can check out that post here! Let's dive into the rest of our fraction fun! After reviewing ou

Get some measurement practice by inching along with some familiar sights.

Learning how to measure with a ruler is a skill kids will use throughout their whole lives! Build measurement skills with this practice page.

Hey friends. We've been working on Measurement lately and our county selected math kits are seriously lacking in that department. It seems like the whole unit is non-standard measurement and elapsed time (which isn't even a second grade standard in my state). So we end up supplementing a lot. Here is a super easy and fun lesson created by an ESOL teacher I co-teach with for math. The day she was planning on doing this with my kids she got pulled to proctor testing in the upper grades so she…

Fun And Engaging Math resources For Your Classroom

This is a sample from our fraction poster and practice page pack. It includes the terms: fraction, numerator, denominator, mixed fraction, and equivalent fractions as well as a math journal page and a practice page. \$

Measuring Length to Problem Solve (FREE) from Mrs. A. Colwell's Creations on TeachersNotebook.com (5 pages)