Teaching Multiplication Arrays with a Hole Punch...perfect for students just learning multiplication, or for remediation.
Ah! Our first graders are sooo excited about our new math zone! Using grant funds, we found a local paving company to pave number bonds, a ten frame, double ten frame, a number line, and......a 120 chart! The kids are loving it! They are calling out number bonds and telling their buddies to find the missing number! We know our friends in K and 2nd are going to be just as amazed! By far, their favorite is the 120 chart. They walk and count, jump and count, run/freeze/say the number, hop by…
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Doing Well in Math Poster Chart- Addition Example
This is something I use to remind students that being a good math student is not only about getting the correct answer. You can use this as a wall poster or as a part of student math notebooks. What does doing well in math mean? It means... - I can show it. - I can draw it. - I can explain it i...
Math Facts Game: Make Ten with Sticky Notes
Practice math facts for addition to 10 with this Sticky Notes Math Fact Game. Easy to prepare and lots of fun! Everyone loves sticky notes!
Fabulous in Fifth!
I finally got to a summer craft project for my classroom and have linked up with Tara!!! I used my Michaels' gift card from of my students to buy wooden letters R, E, A, and D. ($3.99 a piece regular price) I also bought the Back to School stack of scrapbook paper. ($19.99 regular price) I traced and cut out the letters and glued them on to the wood using craft glue, I spread it out real thin with my finger. I sanded around the edges. My husband cut a board and painted it white. He screwed…