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# Math

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This math facts activity with paper cups teaches kids math facts in a fun, hands-on way. It is crazy easy to set up and an effective way to learn math!
Math rhyme for subtracting
Transform some Hubba Bubba bubble tape containers into Pac Man number chompers! Use these as greater than, less than symbols to teach comparing numbers through place value.
Here's a terrific idea for using a hole punch to create arrays for teaching multiplication.
Noodle Nook
Say It Make It Write It For Maths - how to use this FREE printable five different ways to create engaging maths centre activities in school for children aged 5-7 years | you clever monkey
ensinando matematica
Amber Thomas
30 Fun, Hands-on Ways to Teach Multiplication - WeAreTeachers
Picture Only: Great Anchor chart for Fact Families and relating facts:
Amanda Zanchelli
Here's a nice graphic showing the difference between area and perimenter.
Math Mean Median Mode Rhyme-- check it out! Can anyone think of a few more verses?
Minds in Bloom
Fun way to introduce the concept of addition
Mrs. Dailey's Classroom: Back to School Night Tables {Science, Math, & Reading}
Math Workshop- this teacher explains exactly how she conducts her guided math lessons in her third grade classroom. (extremely informative post that includes a FREEBIE!) And now she has lesson plans too!!
Here's a number version of a Boggle board (Noggle!). Includes students recording sheet.
Education to the Core
Setting up guided math
When I first started teaching adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators.
Love Learning
Geometry Family Tree anchor chart (picture only)
Katy Berman
photo of Prime Factorization Factor Tree math journal entry @ Runde's Room
Simplify fractions with your child in this fast-paced math card game.
Jordan Payne
Decomposing Fractions from Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
Thelma Nino Davila
Prove it, Show it, and then write about it!