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Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children. Create patterns while practicing fine-motor skills Straws, shoelaces and fine motor skills in children. Create patterns while practicing fine-motor skillsUse straws and shoelaces to work on fine motor s Toddler Learning, Toddler Fun, Preschool Learning, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Kids Learning, Teaching, Children Activities, Therapy Activities

Drinking Straws, Shoelaces and Fine Motor Skills

children activities, more than 2000 coloring pages

This multiplication chart can be a great tool when teaching your child multiplication. It's free and printable as a pdf. Use our helpful tips when teaching the times tables. Math For Kids, Fun Math, Math Activities, Maths Resources, Math Multiplication, Multiplication Chart Printable, Math Help, Third Grade Math, Homeschool Math

Multiplication Chart 1-100

This multiplication chart 1-100 can be a great tool when teaching your child multiplication. It's free and printable as a pdf. Use our helpful tips when teaching the times tables.

The Backwards Zorro method for finding fractions of a group. Teach the concept for understanding first, of course, but this little trick is a handy shortcut after students understand what it means to find fractions of a group. Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Tips, Division Activities, Fraction Activities, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math

The Backwards Zorro

A teaching blog about Technology integration, classroom organization, lessons, reading, writing, and math, and classroom management.

Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?"Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question? Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Math Resources, Math Activities, Fifth Grade Math, Fourth Grade, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade

Monday Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started! - The Teacher Studio

It’s already “Monday Made It” again and this week I have a few simple things to share with you! Thanks to Tara over at Fourth Grade Frolics, as always, for the link up! So…to get things started, here is my “I have an idea…but it failed.” photo. I have a plan for this little bottle… …

(I typed up directions and created my own game board in Excel.) Multiplication Game Board: THIS IS AMAZING! Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Tutor, Teaching Math, Math For Kids, Fun Math, Fun Multiplication Games, Math Boards

Gaming the System.

Sometimes I lie to Ali. I say things like, "I've got a game for us to play today!!" When the truth is that I'm banging my brain against the inside of my skull

Love this idea for completed units-math vocabulary cards. students still have access to vocabulary not currently focusing on. Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Monday Made It Vocabulary Instruction, Academic Vocabulary, Vocabulary Cards, Vocabulary Ideas, Math Vocabulary Wall, Vocabulary Bulletin Boards, Math Wall, Math Word Walls, Math Teacher

Monday Made It

I am excited to be linking up with 4th Grade Frolics again for Monday Made It! Of course my project is for school again! I actually ma...

Multiplication Tables Game- combines math and US geography - adapt for addition or subtraction? 4th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Math, Teaching Multiplication, Math Literacy, Math Education, Early Education, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas

Multiplication Tables Game | Activity | Education.com

Practice multiplication facts and geography at the same time in this fun third grade math card game.

Factors and Multiples Flap Books! Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Games, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Factors And Multiples, Formation Continue

Factors & Multiples: Flap Books & Online Games

Although factors and multiples are a 4th grade focus*, they are definitely something that we fifth grade teachers like LOVE to review. ...

Number Line Jumping: Great for teaching counting on, addition and subtraction and greater than/less than. Love the idea of writing numbers on the plates to easily change the type of number line - include percentages & decimals. Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Strategies, Math For Kids, Fun Math, Math Activities, Number Line Activities, Math Numbers

Number Line Jumping

This is a fun way to add and subtract simple numbers on a number line. This idea originated from the activity that goes with Hap Palmer'...

Vocab words - "We just wasted over a minute of classtime thinking and sharing about the word obstinate, and I have no idea if students actually understand what the word means. Here enters the game of Vocabulary Strategies, Vocabulary Instruction, Academic Vocabulary, Teaching Vocabulary, Vocabulary Practice, Grammar And Vocabulary, Vocabulary Activities, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Reading

7-Up Vocabulary Practice - The Brown Bag Teacher

Today I wanted to share about about using 7-Up to introduce new vocabulary. This is a quick and material-free way to engage students with words they are learning! When introducing a new word to students, our school follows Jan Richardson’s method. Then, we throw in a little 7-Up twist. It looks something like this –...

Oh No Fractions - free app helping kids comparing fractions visually! Students can make fractions and see their representations before comparing. 4th Grade Fractions, Teaching Fractions, Fifth Grade Math, Teaching Math, Comparing Fractions, Math For Kids, Fun Math, Math 5, Math Resources

FREE App: Learn Fraction Comparison with Visual Help

Oh No Fractions is a free math app for school age kids to learn fraction comparison with intuitive visuals, making it easier to understand fractions.

Middle School OCD: Throwdown Linky - Post It Note Division. Maybe we should try this Teske Goldsworthy Teske Goldsworthy Baum Teaching Division, Math Division, Teaching Math, Math Teacher, Division For Kids, Division Algorithm, Teaching Career, Math Strategies, Math Resources

Throwdown Linky - Post It Note Division

Update 11/28 For more information on this strategy and a Flash Freebie, (sorry! Flash Freebies are over like that!) please check out my latest post and store. Thank you! ******************************************************************************* Happy Thursday everyone! It seems like it should already be Friday. One three day weekend and I get so spoiled:) Just in case you didn't check back in on Monday's post, Gus was found safe and sound! While I was cruising through the weekend…

Factors: This is how I taught my kids - they liked it much better than factor trees, when you never knew how far they'd branch out and run off the page. We called these "Factor T's. Math Charts, Math Anchor Charts, Math Strategies, Math Resources, Multiplication Strategies, Fifth Grade Math, Fourth Grade, Math School, Homeschool Math

T-Chart Factors - Teaching With Simplicity

I have been teaching factors for a long time now, and it wasn’t until I came across a picture on Pinterest that I had an Ah-ha moment! The T-chart! Why have I never thought of this before? I have always modeled finding factors by listing them horizontally. Today, I used this with my 4th grade […]