# Math- School

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Use Post-it Super Sticky Notes to play this awesome and easy math game.

Practice comparing fractions using benchmark fractions with this fun fraction sort game. Students are given a total of 96 fractions to sort into different categories. This fraction game is great for third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade.CHECK OUT THIS BUNDLE TO GET THIS RESOURCE AT A SUPER SPEC...

Do your students need develop their number sense skills? Practice with 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less? If they do this pack is a perfect way to practice these skills in a independent hands-on way! Use the prepared 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less number cards or use the blank 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 l

Over the last few weeks, my kindergartners have been learning about Three-Dimensional shape. Here are some of our favorite stations. Making a Town Using Three-Dimensional Shapes My students LOVED working with a friend and creating a part of the town. At large group time, we brainstormed what we needed to have in our town. Students made little signs and will soon be making maps of the town. We will also learn about creating and giving directions. I hope to have my students create an anchor…

This is a two-player card game that you can use as reinforcement for addition or multiplication. Below I have outlined the instructions for the addition version, but multiplication can be substituted. Near the end of

I was so inspired by Abby's post over at The Inspired Apple that I couldn't help but talk about my own favorite math games to use. Whether I'm working with the whole class, a small group or with struggling learners, I always like to include games. Now don't get the wrong impression - these are not games full of fluff, they are full of content and the students are learning. Bonus: they are having *fun* while learning. I love using math games when topics are first introduced, to review, and to…

If you want to learn about fraction, here, we provide you with Fractions Worksheets for 2019

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How to Teach Place Value When teaching place value, I always have a few friends that have a difficult time representing a two-digit number using drawings or base 10 blocks. I’m going to share some strategies that work and provide you with a free math center activity. What is Place Value? Place value is the ... Read More about Place Value Game: Show It Four Ways

Teaching geometry can be FUN! Take a look at these geometry videos, books, anchor charts, activities, games, and freebies! Perfect for 1st and 2nd grade!

Fractions seems to be the topic that most students struggle with. I know in my own experience teaching third and fourth grades, this is...

This resource is perfect for students who need extra practice with identifying and naming fractions. Dominoes include a variety of partitioned shapes and corresponding fractions. Use for independent practice, spiral review, cooperative learning, small group instruction, or math centers. Includes:...

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"LOVE THE VARIETY OF THESE SLIDES!" With this 3rd Grade Understanding Multiplication {3.OA.1, 3.OA.3} resource for Google Slides, your students will practice using equal groups, number lines, and arrays to understand the concept of multiplication. They will also learn the Commutative Property of Multiplication.