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After weeks and weeks of working on it, I finally finished my Fraction Printables for 4th Grade. I started out creating printables to use to bridge my curriculum and the Common Core Standards. In the end, I ended up with over 80 pages, complete with teaching pages, worksheets, word problems, quizzes, and a final assessment.…

Previous Next Get access to a growing library of FREE math resources By signing up, you agree to receive email notifications from me. As per my privacy policy, you can unsubscribe at any time. Hello there! I am Addys, an Instructional Math Coach at a K-5 school. I love creating fun, engaging, and rigorous resources […]

Here you will find our selections of Equivalent Fractions Worksheet which will help your child learn to spot and understand when two fractions are equivalent.

As we approach the end of the school year, I wanted to make some monthly NO PREP packets that would help keep us on course, review some skills and making

Color ___ parts red. Color ____ parts blue. Color ____ parts green. What fraction of the circle is red? Blue? Green?

This activity packet includes 4 instructional posters and 4 activity worksheets. INSTRUCTIONAL POSTERS: For each poster ask students the following questions: How many slices is the pizza divided into? How many slices have _____________ (ingredient)? With these posters, students have the chance to ...

Facebook Twitter Pinterest One of the most difficult things about long division is keeping the columns straight. There are enough hurdles to learning this math concept, and students don’t need to let that stand in their way! This free, printable Long Division Graph Paper will bless them by keeping the tears at bay and helpingRead More

My students beg for math stations. Seriously. And the best part? I am still able to sanely work with a small group and collect meaningful data from other stations! IT’S POSSIBLE. When I firs…

I recently read a great post on ways to use Sticky Notes in Math Class. I love sticky notes and can't resist buying them whenever I see them in the store!!! They make me happy. One way that I have been using them for the past week is teaching long division. They help keep numbers lined up and the student can focus on one digit at a time. Check out Mr. Elementary Math's Post for 10 Ways. He has some original ideas and has templates to print and use with your class!

This product now includes Google Slides Format perfect for Distance Learning!I created this fold-up for use in my 5th grade classroom. It is intended for use with students who are either just getting started with the long division process or with students who are struggling with the process. The e...

83 worksheets of Long Division with the Box Method which is a horizontal graphic instead of the traditional vertical graphic. This is a must for struggling learners. The steps are almost the same but much easier to remember and has "clicked" with many of my students. Try it and you will be hooked! A...

I once joked to another teacher that I'd be happy sitting around making math cheat sheets all day. It was June, the building was probably 150 degrees and we were in the middle of a rational functions unit, which, ironically, is related to long division. Later when I thought about it, I realized that maybe I wasn't totally joking. It's not so much making the sheets themselves (though formatting is strangely addictive), it's making something that a kid can use to help lower stress and build…

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One of the most difficult skills to teach is long division. Here are a few tips to help you teach long division without tears from students, and from you!

Long division is often identified as the most difficult math concept to teach. If we as teachers struggle with teaching long division, then our students will surely struggle with learning it. One of the main reasons

every primary grade teacher spends a TON of time trying to help kids develop their fact fluency. So, why are so many kids still not fluent with their facts?!?!?!?

This week in fourth grade we will begin our unit on measurement. We will start the week by measuring things around the classroom to the nearest 1/8th of an inch. Students will practice using...

A Molarity Practice Worksheet is a document that provides basic information regarding the meaning of molars. This kind of work sheet is very helpful when

In this blog post I will go over the third grade common core math standards 3.NF.2 & 3.NF.3 and provide you with activities you can use with your students. These activities also work well for students who need remediation in 4th and 5th grade. Number & Operations – Fractions // 3.NF.2 I can partition a number line into ... Read more

In this blog post I will go over the third grade common core math standards 3.NF.2 & 3.NF.3 and provide you with activities you can use with your students. These activities also work well for students who need remediation in 4th and 5th grade. Number & Operations – Fractions // 3.NF.2 I can partition a number line into ... Read more

Are you ready to introduce elapsed time to your students? If you feel they may need to review basic telling time, you can find a free activity here. Elapsed time can be tricky, so it’s best to use visuals when introducing this concept. Two common visuals are number lines and t-charts. Number Line Model It’s ... Read more

Free numeracy resources for classrooms, teachers and parents. Included will be printable games and activities.

Here is a set of free number of the day printables and worksheets to practice numbers and counting concept for kindergarten to grade 2 level.

Activity for ages 5 to 8. Working on a number of the day gives kids practice with place value, expanded notation, odd and even numbers… so many math skills in one simple activity. They are such an easy way to differentiate for a variety of learners during morning work or math rotations. Just hit “print” and […]

Just starting multiplication? These FREE Interactive Multiplication Mats are a wonderful visual way for kids to understand what multiplication is about.

Looking for a quick and easy math activity? Try making a Post-it Number line! It's a simple indoor learning activity that kids love doing. A perfect preschool math game from Busy Toddler.

Multiplication and division fluency is such an important skill for 3rd grade students. In Unit 3 of the 3rd Grade Math Made Fun Curriculum,

Our rote counting wall has been a staple in our schoolroom for several years now. And it’s been amazing to watch how quickly my kids have learned their multiplication facts by first learning to rote count {or often called skip counting}! *The free download can be found at the END of this post. Just click on the ... Read More about Rote Counting Wall with Sentence Strips

Content filed under the Multiplication – Repeated Addition category.

This bundle of worksheets, centers, and task cards is perfect for teaching and reviewing arrays, grouping, repeated addition, and multiplication to your kids. Inside this packet, you will get poster and word wall cards (3), No-Prep Worksheets (23), Word problems that word on grouping, assessment pag...

Math games have always been part of our math time. I love the fact that any time I introduce a math game, I know I’ll have instant buy-in from my students. Not only do kids enjoy playing math games, but they get focused practice on lots of math concepts. This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. […]

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Free number formation rhymes posters for the numbers 11-19. Great to use in the classroom with preschoolers and kindergarteners.

I love this math activity. It’s genius on so many levels! This would help students with addition and subtraction, but also to teach “the 9’s trick” with multiplication! It w…

Get the bundle... Or purchase individually... Let's talk guided math. We started implementing guided math in my school about 2 years ago. Prior to my guided math awakening I was making 4 math centers per day. I found myself stressed about not only the excruciating prep of creating so many activities each day, but I also struggled to get finished with the centers. When the idea of guided math was introduced, I greeted the change with open arms. So here's what works for me. I implement guided…

A teaching blog with ideas on management, reading, and math lessons and centers. Focused on grades K-2 but ideas can be used in any grade!

Once May rolls around the summer countdown is ON. As hard as you might try, it can be a real struggle to keep kids on task and engaged with only a few weeks left of school. Add in end of the year and summer activities for Kindergarten like an End of the Year ABC Countdown ... Read More about Hands-On Summer Activities for Kindergarten

Counting cups are a great way to engage students in hands-on practice of key math skills. Use for centers, stations, or as an intervention tool.

Teaching Place Value is an essential concept for students to understand and master. When students successfully understand place value (the value of

Spring fever anyone? It’s going around! Kids {and sometimes teachers!} get so antsy this time of year. On most days the weather is so beautiful outside, who wants to be indoors?! And while it’s great to try to get students outside as often as possible, there is still learning to be done! So when you ... Read More about Hands-On Spring Activities for Kindergarten

KINDERGARTEN MATH - TEEN NUMBERS AND PLACE VALUE We have come so far in kindergarten math this year! My sweet kinders now have 1:1 correspondence down, they can write and recognize numerals 1-10, we covered geometry, measurement and data…. so now we are tackling those tricky teens and place valu

Cute counting game for kindergarten students working on numbers 1-20. This spring numbers to 20 board game helps improve math skills while having fun!

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During the week that we taught graphs, we chose to spend each day on a different type of graph. Below are the lessons we used for each day. Monday During the whole class lesson on Monday, students filled out their notebooks along with the anchor chart. Our focus on Monday was bar graphs but we filled out the complete anchor chart. CCSS.Math.Content.3.MD.B.3 Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories. Solve one- and two-step “how many…

Next to my bump games, the favorite game of my students last year was Spiral Multiplication. I first found it through Pinterest, and I do not want to take credit for the idea in anyway, but the creator of the website has asked for me to remove their link from this post. All you need for the game is a deck of cards (or a section of one) any kind of dice you want your students to use in multiplication, and game pieces. I created this instruction card and printed it on cardstock to give my…

Discover 10 math games to play with dominoes.

Great extension task for high achievers.

A collection of hands-on activities for hosting a Family Math Night For Big Kids!

Second Grade Back to School Number of the Day FREEBIE. All students need daily practice working with numbers to effectively develop their number sense.

Place Value!

Want a FREE differentiated place value game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've transformed the popular game Yahtzee into a fun and engaging place value game! You'll even get our free score cards to use!

Kaboom! A multiplication game.

I love using math games in the classroom, especially those that are simple to use, quick to learn and effective. Below I have 5 of my favori...

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Fun games students play independently or with a partner. Students roll a dice three times. They try to make the biggest and smallest number possible, and then subtract. Excellent proof of knowledge for place value and 3 digit subtraction!

Dominoes... Or One more one less dice roll center and lots more great 1 more 1 less centers and worksheets!

I have been teaching place value and missing addends all week! You can check out my missing addends freebie {reposted} and my latest place value freebie below! Just click on the images to go to my blog and download! Hugs and love,

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Cut and Paste Match Activities for&nbsp;most third&nbsp;grade standards. The worksheets contain cut and paste problems as well as written answers. Students are asked to explain their thinking for every standard. The cut and paste component gives students an opportunity to check their work. The explanation gives you an opportunity to see their thinking. Also available by mathematical content strand, if you only want one part of the product. &nbsp;Purchasing by strand is more expensive than…

After weeks and weeks of working on it, I finally finished my Fraction Printables for 4th Grade. I started out creating printables to use to bridge my curriculum and the Common Core Standards. In the end, I ended up with over 80 pages, complete with teaching pages, worksheets, word problems, quizzes, and a final assessment.…

Previous Next Get access to a growing library of FREE math resources By signing up, you agree to receive email notifications from me. As per my privacy policy, you can unsubscribe at any time. Hello there! I am Addys, an Instructional Math Coach at a K-5 school. I love creating fun, engaging, and rigorous resources […]

Here you will find our selections of Equivalent Fractions Worksheet which will help your child learn to spot and understand when two fractions are equivalent.

2nd Grade Math Worksheets can help your little thinkers build their math skills. Love for math is a joy that not every child understands. Math is in everything that we do. Build their confidence and fire their passion with our fun and free worksheets. Today’s learners are tomorrow’s world. You can help build a brighter […]

As we approach the end of the school year, I wanted to make some monthly NO PREP packets that would help keep us on course, review some skills and making

Color ___ parts red. Color ____ parts blue. Color ____ parts green. What fraction of the circle is red? Blue? Green?

Your 2nd & 3rd grade students can have fun reviewing fractions using these secret code puzzles! There are 3 activity sheets dealing with fractions up to tenths. Just match the fraction picture to the written form and fill in the corresponding letter! This makes a good "done early" activity fo...

This activity packet includes 4 instructional posters and 4 activity worksheets. INSTRUCTIONAL POSTERS: For each poster ask students the following questions: How many slices is the pizza divided into? How many slices have _____________ (ingredient)? With these posters, students have the chance to ...

Facebook Twitter Pinterest One of the most difficult things about long division is keeping the columns straight. There are enough hurdles to learning this math concept, and students don’t need to let that stand in their way! This free, printable Long Division Graph Paper will bless them by keeping the tears at bay and helpingRead More

My students beg for math stations. Seriously. And the best part? I am still able to sanely work with a small group and collect meaningful data from other stations! IT’S POSSIBLE. When I firs…

I recently read a great post on ways to use Sticky Notes in Math Class. I love sticky notes and can't resist buying them whenever I see them in the store!!! They make me happy. One way that I have been using them for the past week is teaching long division. They help keep numbers lined up and the student can focus on one digit at a time. Check out Mr. Elementary Math's Post for 10 Ways. He has some original ideas and has templates to print and use with your class!

Students struggling with long division? Mine were, so I created these scaffolded graphic organizers to help. They start off using color to illustrate each step at a time. Once students are comfortable with these, you can move onto the black and white version. Finally, move to the ones with fewer...

This product now includes Google Slides Format perfect for Distance Learning!I created this fold-up for use in my 5th grade classroom. It is intended for use with students who are either just getting started with the long division process or with students who are struggling with the process. The e...

83 worksheets of Long Division with the Box Method which is a horizontal graphic instead of the traditional vertical graphic. This is a must for struggling learners. The steps are almost the same but much easier to remember and has "clicked" with many of my students. Try it and you will be hooked! A...

I once joked to another teacher that I'd be happy sitting around making math cheat sheets all day. It was June, the building was probably 150 degrees and we were in the middle of a rational functions unit, which, ironically, is related to long division. Later when I thought about it, I realized that maybe I wasn't totally joking. It's not so much making the sheets themselves (though formatting is strangely addictive), it's making something that a kid can use to help lower stress and build…