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Doing Math the Routty Way: Engaging Activities from A to Z (Day 14)
5th grade math games for ALL 5th grade common core math standards. These math games are perfect for math centers, independent practice, whole class review, and progress monitoring. These fifth grade math games are a MUST for any teacher!
Notebook Expectations from: Math Charts to Start the Year - Teaching to Inspire with Jennifer Findley
Math centers dont have to be only computation or fact fluency practice. This post shares 6 higher level math centers that are perfect for upper elementary. Many of the centers are FREE!
This includes student reproducibles to use in Interactive Math Notebooks for 5th Grade ALL Common Core Math Standards. It's all in here ready for you to teach and your students to create! This set also included rubric & instructions for using Interactive Math Notebooks in your classroom.This Bundle Includes the Following Products: Geometry StandardsFocus on FractionsMeasurement and DataNumbers in Base 10Operations and Algebraic ThinkingWhat's Included:Grading RubricTeaching Tips for each ...
These real life math challenges require a variety of math skills to solve. These challenges are perfect for applying and practicing math skills and helping students understand math relevance. Great for homework, centers, group work or individual practice. Targeted age range is 8-12, but can apply to younger or older kids depending upon skill level and knowledge. These activities address the common core standard for fourth grade as follows: CCSS.Math.Content.4.OA.A.3 FREE
Last year, I posted a picture on my Facebook fan page of my students stacking Oreos. It was such a hit that I promised I would blog about i...
Interactive Notebooks for Math. For grades 3rd, 4th, and 5th. Common Core aligned.
Students analyze the mistakes they make in math... Great thinking! from Math is Elementary (blog)
(2015) Math workshop is a way to give students the instruction that they need, but can sometimes be difficult to implement in the classroom. This blog post explains each part of this math period and what should be accomplished during that time.