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Free patterns for fraction pizzas!

These Christmas pattern block mats are a fun way for kids to learn while they play. Pattern blocks teach children about shapes and geometry, as well as develop their visual discrimination skills. More free printable pattern block mats

This file is a 1 page worksheet to review how many faces, edges, and vertices there are in these 3-D shapes. Shapes included are a cone, cube, cylinder, pyramid, rectangular prism, and sphere.

I wanted to share a fun project my kiddos did. We had been working on fractions and I wanted to come up with a little fun that would reinforce some of what they learned as well as let them have some fun being creative. WARNING.....LOTS of pictures ahead....they all were so unique and creative, I had to share them all:) Directions Google Doc HERE We were fortunate enough to have a local pizza place donate enough boxes so each of my kids could have one. This is the first time I have done this…

I know I seem to say this about every math concept I blog about but I LOVE FRACTIONS. Well, the first grade version of fractions :) ...

A timeless design that combines a versatile blue trim line, bright light blue whipping knot details and the signature sterling anchor.

Are you looking for engaging Geometry math centers that are no prep for you and that your students will love to use? My first graders loved these 2D geometry centers. Use these same activities in Google Slides too with adapted 2D Geometry activities for google slides, perfect for distance learning or 1:1 classrooms.

I just added this to my unit "Geometry Is Magical." I have created 9 word wall cards (with definitions and pictures) for important 2D geometry vocabulary. I hope you find these useful:) Thank you for stopping by! ~Natalie

Polygons, quadrilaterals, and parallelograms, oh my! Anybody else get it all confused? To help my oldest son practice polygons, I grabbed a busted bulletin board my husband had tossed in the trash (not quite dumpster diving, but I wouldn't put it past me to do that either for the sake of my kiddo's education!). The bulletin board was a thin layer of cork paper over corrugated cardboard. I cut it and glued two plies together, making two smaller, albeit thicker, bulletin boards. Now I…

Marshmallow Geometry is such a fun activity for kids in Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade. Math is FUN!

Your students will love practicing symmetry with these worksheets! Symmetry is a 4th grade Common Core Math Standard (4.G.3). This activity can be a fun way to introduce symmetry to 3rd graders and a fun way to review symmetry for 5th and 6th graders! To make this activity a little more challengin...

This FREEBIE includes 10 reindeer themed 2D shapes. It has student friendly directions and color and black and white versions of the task cards. There are two different recording sheets; one for identifying 2D shapes and the other for identifying 2D shapes and their attributes. This is the perfect Christmas math center for your classroom!

Toothpick and gumdrop STEM structures! Awesome STEM activity for the holidays. You could swap out the gumdrops for jellybeans in the spring too!

This time of year (you know... the time of year when kiddos tend to go crazy and teachers are tired) I like to keep things very consistent. I am still introducing new topics, and unfortunately, I don