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Do you teach MEASUREMENT CONVERSIONS??? Try this GREAT scaffolded approach to teaching this concept with your students!!!
Multiplication Tables Game- combines math and US geography--- could do with addition or subtraction
It's called the Backwards Zoro. Starting at the bottom, draw a line from the 4 to the 24 (4 goes into 24 six times). Draw the line to the 3 (six times three is 18). Draw the top line and write the answer. Presto! # Pin++ for Pinterest #
Cut straws to make DIY counters ~ So many uses! I am thinking tens and ones…..
FREEBIE - Multiplication NO PREP Math Games
Create a math manipulative out of a Pringles can! For Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.
Teaching factors with the t-chart.
Factor and Multiple Flap Books - use to review factors and multiples. Place in math notebook if desired. \$ Blog entry also lists online sites for exploring factors & multiples.
Improper Fraction BINGO: Will modify to include mixed numbers and fractions so they can practice both.
These magic tricks teach kids just how much fun math can be - card trick, mind reading and passing yourself through a piece of paper
math vocabulary cards. students still have access to vocabulary not currently focusing on. Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Monday Made It
Fractions on a Number Line Anchor Chart
FREEBIES - Multiples and Division Clip, Flip, Check Cards. Children clip the answers with a clothespin. Then they flip the card over to check their answers! The kids love these flip cards!
5.3C Division for Struggling Learners (I adore this strategy!)
Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?"
Miss Martin
Multiplication Game Board: THIS IS AMAZING! My 3rd grader couldn't get enough!
Fractions on a Number Line Anchor Chart (picture only)
Number Line Jumping: Great for teaching counting on, addition and subtraction and greater than/less than.
some people at work need this!!!!!!!!! Rounding Arrows with Hundreds Chart -Need this to have students discover for themselves what to round up or down
"We just wasted over a minute of classtime thinking and sharing about the word obstinate, and I have no idea if students actually understand what the word means. Here enters the game of 7-up."