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Fun With Firsties: a simple student-derived anchor chart for our 3D geometry math unit

Easy way to subtract across zeros without regrouping!

My students love these number puzzles. They are a great way to practice different strategies for adding and subtracting two-digit and three-digit numbers. They help students play with decomposing numbers to build addition and subtraction math strategies for second grade.

This is an updated version of an Anchor Chart on Comparing Fractions that I found on Pinterest. Our math specialist suggested the typed-in additions, which you can add while demonstrating and discussing each comparison with students while showing it with fraction strips... Hope this is helpful to you!

Geometrocity - A city made of math.

One more, One less, Ten More, Ten Less !WOW, why didn't I think of this! MamaPat

Fractions in first grade activities - building fraction flowers - match the right petal to the right flower.. LOVE

Get your kids up and moving and learning with this simple kinesthetic math activity!

Angles, Triangles, and the Start of Geometry in 6th Grade Math