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Elementary math

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Elementary math. Get inspired and try out new things.
Subtraction Slide - Slider Bag Strategy - kindergartenchaos.com

15+ Fun and Free Ideas for Teaching Subtraction. Games, Manipulatives, Worksheets, and an anchor chart idea for beginning subtraction.

In this hands-on unit on place value, students will work with base-ten models, equivalent equations, rounding, comparing numbers, and ordering numbers. A solid foundation in understanding place value strategies will help set the stage for Unit 2.

Teaching place value in 3rd grade is an important mathematical concept for students to master. Learning more complex place value strategies will help

Are you teaching multiplication fluency in upper elementary? Computational fluency is such an important part of success, but it should also be engaging and FUN!  Check out my favorite lessons and activities to practice multiplication  skills in fourth, fifth and sixth grade math. #multiplication #teachingwithamountainview #anchorchart

Are you teaching multiplication fluency in upper elementary? Computational fluency is such an important part of success, but it should also be engaging and FUN! Check out my favorite lessons and activities to practice multiplication skills in fourth, fifth and sixth grade math. #multiplication #teachingwithamountainview #anchorchart

Place Value Flip and Cover- This fun 1st Grade Math activity helps students understand place values and the meaning of a number in a hands-on way!

Understanding place value and the meaning of a number is an important mathematical concept for students to master. Unfortunately, students who struggle to

Have you tried Roll to 100?!?!?! This (FREE) game can be played in grades K-2nd to practice multiple math skills!

Have you tried Roll to 100?!?!?! This (FREE) game can be played in grades K-2nd to practice multiple math skills!

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This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Learning to add money, make change, and compare money amounts are skills that are coming up in our money unit. I've been working on putting together lots of fun games and engaging opportunities to practice. Here are some money activities for second grade

Tanya's “5 Steps to Building Meaningful Math Fluency” outlines how she defines, teaches, and assesses math fluency. Each step provides details and examples of how you can start implementing meaningful math fluency in your classroom.

Description Build problem solvers and remove the stress and anxiety associated with the memorization of math facts. The Math Fluency Alternative Curriculum is designed to teach and assess intermediate students number sense for 20 weeks. Leave your timed tests in the past, because this curriculum focuses on conceptual understanding of number sense rather than speed and memorization of facts. Take your students to the next level with this alternative fluency curriculum! What's included in this…

Discover 10 ways to teach math using post it notes here http://mrelementarymath.blogspot.com/2015/10/10-ways-to-teach-math-using-post-it.html There are ideas for teaching addition, even and odd numbers, fact families, comparing numbers, rounding, fractions, decimals, area and graphing. Sticky notes help make learning interactive and fun!

Discover 10 ways to teach math using post it notes. ideas for teaching addition, fact families, comparing numbers, rounding, fractions, decimals, and more!

What is math intervention in elementary school? This blog post outlines how you should and should not set up your classroom for math intervention. Yes! Use small groups. Yes! Plan ahead. No! Don't think an intervention binder full of worksheets is the answer!

What is math intervention in elementary school? This blog post outlines how you should and should not set up your classroom for math intervention. Yes! Use small groups. Yes! Plan ahead. No! Don't think an intervention binder full of worksheets is the answer!