# Math

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My kids love Place Value Yahtzee! Learn how to play this fun place value game and download your free Place Value Yahtzee score sheets. Great for grades 2-6!

I remember reading about the idea of Math Taboo on Sam Shah's blog, this post by Bowman Dickson. I feel like I had the idea independently, but it seems like many people have, by doing a cursory Google search of the phrase. Unfortunately, there are lots of posts ABOUT math taboo, but no real materials…

Math Board

Check out these 13 art and math projects from awesome education bloggers! And, be sure to scroll down to the end to find a list of books with art and math.

Browse over 1,890 educational resources created by Linda McCormick in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

These Pick, Flip Check cards are a fun, 'hands on' way to review multiples. This is a fun, engaging and worthwhile activity that reinforces this concept and reviews multiples of numbers from 2-12.The cards are self correcting cards. Students use a clothespin or paper clip to pick the multiples for t...

Interactive Math Notebooks - some good visuals from a third grade math notebook.

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I have been trying to get ready to take on the new Common Core standards. The math series we use now doesn't align to the new standards, ev...

Outdoor discovery activity involving proportions and similar figures. Not only will this math be fun, but it'll also get you out in the sun!This is a very fun, hands-on discovery activity that will generate a concrete understanding of the power of proportions that your students will absolutely love.

This product is a math lesson plan for upper elementary or middle school math classrooms. In the project, students create a blueprint, using graph paper, of a building of their choice. Once complete, students then enlarge their blueprint onto a piece of poster board. The project requires students to...

Upper elementary blog with practical, rigorous, classroom tested ideas to implement with your students.

That's one of my favorite lines from the Lorax and I loved getting all into it with my kids at home when reading the book to them. It also s...

On a real "menu" kick- I like that this lesson has students apply math skills to a real world environment (in this case, a restaurant)