Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array. (Also a good way to build conceptual understanding of area being deconstructed into smaller rectangles - emphasized in common core standards)

MATH Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different colored pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser.

Like this way of teaching fact families...might be better if the multiplication/division ones were visually different in some way from the addition/subtraction ones, or it could get a little confusing.

The Secret to Teaching Math Facts: Number Bonds

Number Bonds help teach math facts - color code whole and parts. Part of Singapore Math systems of teaching facts.

mathematics - Pixdaus  Check out our FREE maths resources for teachers @ http://faraday.theiet.org/resources/index.cfm?subj=128931

mathematics - Pixdaus Check out our FREE maths resources for teachers…

“A friend was asking me about these today and it struck me to share the Waldorf multiplication flowers here again too (sorry to those who have seen this 3…”

“A friend was asking me about these today and it struck me to share the Waldorf multiplication flowers here again too (sorry to those who have seen this

This project is designed to be students' first introduction to the topic of fractions. More specifically, it introduces students the terms used to describe faction denominators ("halves," "thirds," "fourths," etc.).

This project is designed to be students' first introduction to the topic of fractions. More specifically, it introduces students the terms used to describe fraction denominators ("halves," "thirds," "fourths," etc.

multiplication clock instructions ~ A friend says "I did this this with my daughter who has a math learning disability and it made what the times table were click for her."

What a very cool idea - multiplication clock instructions I'm going to try this with my artsy kids who still don't know their multiplication tables!

Serendipity: Gnomes and Gnumbers: A Mathematical Tale

Gnomes and Gnumbers: A Mathematical Tale

Waldorf Math Lesson: Circle Multiplication Table; good video showing how to represent mulitplcation with geometric shapes.

Waldorf Math Lesson: Circle Multiplication Table ~ there's a couple errors made by the presenter, but the circles are correct and cool visual aids to do basic math.

Waldorf Maths Gnomes How To. Great for math, but might make them just as little dolls.  Let's see how crafty I can be.  ; )

Waldorf Math Gnomes

Waldorf Maths Gnomes How To - Red Ted Art - numbers instead of =,+, etc.

Oak Meadow Math Gnomes come with their own wee storybook of adventures!

Math Gnomes

Oak Meadow's math gnomes provide a whimsical way to help children conceptualize the four processes in mathematics (addition,…

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