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Number Talk Videos

Do you use the Number Talks strategies in your math class? Use my videos to help you learn all of the multiplication strategies before teaching them with your students. The strategy videos include: Repeated Addition and Skip Counting, Partial Product, Making Landmarks and Friendly Numbers, Doubling and Halving, and Breaking Factors into Smaller Factors.  

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Number Talks Video Series – Multiplication

Check out the new videos I just uploaded! I created them to help teachers understand the strategies in the Number Talks program for Multiplication. The videos explains and gives an example of strategies like Doubling and Halving. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9fXY-FywPisBwtjZl3SdNg/feed

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Math Magician website and chart!

Have you ever used the FREE website Math Magician?? In third grade, the students have to master multiplication and division by the end of the school year. This website helps them practice their facts quickly by timing them. They must answer 20 question correctly in under a minute.   I then created a chart for…

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Number Talks Posters

Make sure that every once in a while you write your number talks strategy on a piece of chart paper. Then you will be able to show the strategy you are working on with your students. It’s a good visual. For more information on what Number Talks are… visit my post here.

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Ghost Number Headband! 1-15

I printed off ghosts with numbers on them 1 to 15. The numbers were mixed up, it was the students job to color, cut and glue the numbers back in order. I gave them a simple and easy sentence strip. The number fit on one side from 1-10 and then 11-15 on the back. If…

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Jelly Bean Graph

Today we graphed jelly beans by their color. You can even do them by their flavor! Here is what we used! I placed about 30 jelly beans (jolly rancher) in a snack bag for each student. I used Jolly Rancher jelly beans because their colors are orange, purple, green, red, blue, and pink. We also…

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Indian Corn Math

Buy a couple small bags of Indian Corn or candy corn. Pass out a small handful (about 12-16 pieces) to each child on the paper provided! Have them draw an equal set of corn on the paper and fill in the numeral in the box. To challenge them, see if they can sound out the…

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