Aider les élèves qui pataugent avec les fractions

Fraction hopscotch! (image only) I love how it shows equivalent fractions and goes from smallest to largest!

The Clever Teacher

Spiral: Easy Way to Practice Multiplication for Kids

Looking for an easy way to practice multiplication for kids? This game only takes two minutes to set up, but can be played again and again to challenge kids and incease multiplication fact fluency. Plus, you can adapt it to work on other skills as well!

Brain Power Family

BlueHost.com

A collection of math anchor charts

Mandy Neal

Meet Me At The Teacher Table! - Tunstall's Teaching

math rotations, math stack, rotation management for math, math station ideas, math stations

The Teaching Texan

LEGO Multiplication Mats! Printable Math Activity - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

LEGO Multiplication Mats! Awesome ideas to use LEGOs to teach multiplication to older kids!

Playdough to Plato

10 Ways to Get Students Writing in Math

Use this FREE math reflection spinner to get your students writing in math. More

Jennifer Findley

Hands-on Activities for Teaching Fractions • Teacher Thrive

Several ideas for the conceptually teaching of fractions with hands-on activities.

Suzy Palmer

Choosing multiplication or division flow map anchor chart.

Games 4 Learning

Tips to Help Your Students Learn Division Vocabulary

Tricks to learn Division Vocabulary and a FREEBIE! Learn some really great tricks to help your students know the difference between Quotient, Divisor, and Dividend!

The Owl Teacher | Teacher Resources Creator

MATH ANCHOR CHARTS - 4th Gr- Digital - GOOGLE USE & PDF - Distance Learning

There are 50 black and white anchor charts included. These anchor charts are black and white because I created them to be used by students. My goal was to make a reference resource for students to take home with them when a new standard has been introduced, when a standard already taught needs to be practiced or reviewed, when a student is absent, or to give parents a resource for helping their children at home.

Mrs. C's Classroom