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This is a 24 card game of I have who has. Students us protractors to measure the angle on their card and then write that measurement down. Several ...

I have who has game for measuring angles with a protractor - Requires students to measure angles prior to activity - grade - Measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. Sketch angles of specified measure.

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This freebie has 4 different options for printing fraction bars. You can choose the one that is best for your class. 1) Blank Fraction Bars 2) Colored Fraction Bars 3) Labeled Fraction Bars 4) Colored and Labeled Fraction Bars   I suggest using card stock to make fraction bars. Students can use fraction bar pieces as manipulatives to solve problems.

This freebie has 4 different options for printing fraction bars. You can choose the one that is best for your class. Blank Fraction Bars Colored Fraction Bars Labeled Fraction Bars Colored and Labeled Fraction Bars I suggest using card stock

This has so many uses! Popcorn math centers: equations, numbers to represent, etc Popcorn Lit centers: sight words to write, use in sentences, etc

"On the white paper (plain popcorn) I wrote numbers, on the yellow (buttered popcorn) I wrote math symbols (+ – x ). Students can then choose 2 pieces of white popcorn and 1 piece of yellow. They write the equation and answer in their books.

What a fun way for your students to learn how to tell time.  I take my students' pix in the shape of numbers and letters to make class books, and also in the shape of 100 for 100 Day, but I never thought of this!  Too cool.  Super divertido ejercicio para aprender el reloj.

so fun! What a fun way for your students to learn how to tell time. I take my students' pix in the shape of numbers and letters to make class books, and also in the shape of 100 for 100 Day, but I never thought of this!