It is that time of year again! Time for jelly beans, eggs, bunnies and baskets! There are so many ways to use Easter excitement to keep your students engaged in classroom lessons. Here are some of my favorites from around the web:
One of my favorite activities this time of year is a Math Egg Hunt! Buy a bunch of plastic eggs and stick problems inside the eggs. Hide the eggs around the room. Give your students a record sheet or a piece of notebook paper and let them hunt and solve math problems. Print your own problems or get mine FREE here.
Knowing multiplication facts help students see the patterns and relationships between numbers that are needed to be successful in other areas of math! Division, renaming fractions, and balancing equations are just a few examples where being able to recall facts quickly and correctly are extremely helpful!
So what do you do as a teacher or a parent of upper elementary or older students who have not mastered the multiplication facts? Here are 7 tips to help make multiplication practice less stressful! Continue reading
My third and fourth graders have been learning about time! They have been telling time to the minute and finding elapsed time (intervals of time). Telling time can be fun, but it can be a bit challenging sometimes! Here are a few tips and a FREE Printable to get you started! Continue reading
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Happy Thanksgiving! I am enjoying the cooler weather and some quality time with my family this week. So much to be thankful for!
Brooke over at Countless Smart Cookies started an AMAZING link up! She has put a few of her products up for FREE this week (Until Thanksgiving Day) and has invited others to do the same. Many people have already linked their products! This is a great way to get some great resources for FREE! If you like the resources you download, please take a few minutes to leave feedback. Continue reading
Adding fractions doesn’t have to be boring! Here are some fun resources to get your students engaged while practicing this skill! Continue reading
My last post included many resources and ideas for rounding! Today I want to share 10 Activities for rounding!
1.) I love this video from Math Coach on You Tube because it uses number lines to help the students understand rounding. To turn it into an activity, have your students use dry erase boards to solve the problems with the video. Pause the video before the answers are shown to give your students time to work. Continue reading