# Arithmetic

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Mathway.com!! this site is amazing! I use it to check my work! Everyone should know about it. (Be warned if you want it to show you the work you have to upgrade. That's why I use it to check my answer)

Fractions Decimals Percents Conversion Cheat Sheet and/or Foldable. Create a fraction foldable or just pass out the cheat sheet, the choice is yours. Great for an interactive notebook (1/2 sizes included). This is a great one page cheat sheet illustrating how to convert between fractions, deci...

60+ Must Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts for the classroom. Covers classroom management, literacy and math. Multiple ideas!

Here is an easy and inexpensive little tool you can make for teaching about place value. Grab yourself some pill boxes from the dollar store,…

Opps - just drop the last digit of each number and multiply them!

This week we only have school Monday and Tuesday. I am definitely ready for the break! Since we only have two days we won't be using our n...

To encourage student self-reflection we need to provide students frequent opportunities to reflect, but we must also model and teach self-reflection.

Quickly customize printable worksheets for practicing multiplication facts or times tables. Include up to 100 problems to use as a timed drill or test.

Exponents (a basic introduction) "doodle notes" - When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity:- new learning- relaxation (less math anxiety)- visual connections- better memor...

Challenge your child's grasp on an important math concept with this practice sheet on cube roots!

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It's all about a balance, right? So, yesterday was about my kids, today we're back talking about school. Here an awesome new-to-me website...

Halloween Math: Add, Subtract, & Order Decimals ~ Crack the Code! is a fun and engaging way for students (grades 5-7) to get computation practice. They'll enjoy the challenge and feedback is immediate through solving the puzzle (a quote from MacBeth) correctly. This Crack the Code puzzle has th...

Rational and irrational numbers