Posts Tagged ‘Math’

Recommended Math Books for Elementary Financial Literacy

List of Recommended book for K-3 – Financial Literacy Bunny Money – By: Rosemary Wells If you made a Million – By: David Schwartz Lemon and Lemonade – By: Nancy Loewen Once Upon a Dime – By: Nancy Kelly Allen and Adam Doyle Arthur’s Pet Business – By: Marc Brown Pizza at Sally’s – By:…

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Math Fact Fluency Activities

My students are just starting the journey with multiplication fact fluency. I believe that they need to have a strong base with addition before they can move onto successfully being able to multiply. I wanted a way to showcase their accomplishment when passing levels of math fact fluency. I use a lot of different reasons…

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Area Battleship

Teaching area to my students this week and they needed a little speaking and listening activity to go with it. Any chance I have to get my students up and moving or working in a group… I’m there! I also really wanted my students to focus on using the correct math vocabulary. “Area, square units,…

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Math in Sports

I wanted to come up with a fun and exciting way to integrate sports into my third grade math classroom so I decided to check out the scores of some awesome teams! I had attended a math PL where my Math specialist had used a score print out to solve a problem dealing with touchdowns…

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Turkey Math- Area, Perimeter, and Array

It’s Turkey time!! Have your students come up with different ways to show area and perimeter! I have them use turkey feathers to show multiplication, perimeter, and array. Its fun and easy! Enjoy your Thanksgiving! We also cut out little turkey feet to hang in the hall to have the parents to follow to find…

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Prodigy Math Game

Prodigy Math blends math and learning with an irresistibly engaging video game. Students will answer personalized math questions as they explore a magical world and unlock cool outfits, learn great spells, and collect amazing pets! Sign up for your FREE account here, they will give you a code to have your students join and begin…

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Clock Numbers! *Freebie Friday*

Use these quick and easy clock numbers to label your classroom or at home clock. This is a great way to start your students on the “right hand” when learning how to read time. You can download them on my TPT site here! Enjoy this Freebie Friday and check out more every friday at Fair…

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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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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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Symmetry Fun

This is an activity to complete with your students on symmetry, I’m big on quick, easy and effective. Simply give each student a piece of yellow paper and have them fold it “hotdog style” (long ways). Then have them write their names on the paper and draw a line down the middle. Go around and place a…

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Easter Math

Here are a few ideas for Spring and Easter that will help you to make your teaching more exciting! Take an Easter basket with a little grass and filled them with fake eggs. Each egg has a different unfinished addition, subtraction, multiplication or division sentence. Below is the attached word doc that it was made on….

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