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Double Digit Subtraction with Regrouping Worksheets and Posters
Subtraction with Regrouping,Subtraction with Regrouping,Subtraction with Regrouping!This 2- Digit Subtraction with Regrouping Product contains 5 worksheets that ask the students to regroup to subtract and circle the blocks to show the regrouping.Happy teaching!Dana's Wonderland
Number Formation Rhymes
I’m excited to share with you my Number Formation Rhymes ! I’ve been teaching my little ones how to write numbers and wanted some rhymes to help them remember the formations. I found these rhymes and decided to make my own posters for our school room. These rhymes are a great way for little ones …
Number Anchor Charts (0-20)
Number Anchor Charts (1-10) This unit contains 2 sets of anchor charts for numbers 1-10 (I hope to add numbers 11-20 by the end of January). The first set is black and white and the second is colored. Happy Teaching :) If you like this resource, you may like my other Math worksheets and activities or Math centers and gamesFollow me on Facebook for exclusive freebies and giveaways!Follow me on PinterestVisit my blog
Teacher Spice and Everything Nice
Many teachers are familiar with the idea of a “Word Graveyard,” where we retire overused words like fun and good. This budget-friendly display uses McDonald’s fry containers and yellow strips of construction paper to give students an interactive way to continually view and add new synonyms for “overcooked” words. Don’t worry …
ASSIGNMENTS FOR ANY NOVEL OR SHORT STORY
Gone are the days of boring book reports and reading responses! This multi-faceted resource provides fun ready-to-use assignments that will work for any novel or short story that your students are reading. Each of the one page assignments can be printed and handed to your students – it’s that easy!
St. Patrick's Day Clover "I am lucky" Craftivity
What attributes do your students have that make them "lucky?" In this St. Patrick's Day Shamrock "I am lucky" Craftivity students write about four things that make them a lucky person. It is a perfect St. Patrick's Day writing lesson and a fun activity for elementary school.
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Mental Math Egg Hunt! Here's what you do: write a number on each egg and fill it with goodies like candy or classroom reward slips. Assign a math problem to each student (differentiation!) and the answer to that problem will match an egg that the students will have to find. After lunch (after you’ve hidden the eggs), explain to the students they’re going on an egg hu...
Create Craft Love - Easy crafts and recipes for busy moms
In my opinion, there’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with a scavenger hunt! Whether it’s the puzzle in a Highlights magazine or an Easter egg hunt, I love a good seek and find game. Add to it the chance to get crafty with the kids and you have got a …