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Easy dice games for kids that are simple to learn, help with math skills, and offer opportunities for building social skills in a screen free environment.

STEM Bins for Elementary Students 'I'm finished! What do I do now?' How many times during our teaching day do we hear these words from our students? Oftentimes, it is much too often, and students are provided a handful of the same options to keep them busy until our next transition. Sometimes students are instructed to read, sometimes to write in journals, and others are given yet another worksheet to complete. Lately, I've been considering a way to change up our game, and I've thought to…

Math Symbols! Learn useful Mathematical symbols (equal sign '=', not equal sign '≠', approximately equal sign '≈'...) with images and examples. In English,

Mathematical symbols dictionary and their names.

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Props to my 3rd grade teacher for this one - Mrs.Wootton, if you're out there, hi. Math tricks are so sweet! This one will help you with multiplying 9 by any single digit. 9x1, 9x2, 9x3, etc etc.

Think about the thoughts you have before you fall asleep - especially when you need to fall asleep very quickly. At moments like these, your brain starts wondering about different things that you never think about on a regular day like, how much does a cloud weigh? Can a person sense smells while they sleep? How much energy does a human body produce? Luckily for you, we found the answers to all of these questions!

Some everyday tricks are so useful and simple they can come in handy to more than one generation. Yet over time, they're somehow forgotten, and they turn into what's called "grandma's tips." Bright Side decided to recall the past and collected for you eight tricks from childhood, which everyone forgot for some reason.

Some everyday tricks are so useful and simple they can come in handy to more than one generation. Yet over time, they're somehow forgotten, and they turn into what's called "grandma's tips." Bright Side decided to recall the past and collected for you eight tricks from childhood, which everyone forgot for some reason.

3rd Grade Fractions • "This is an amazing resource! Comprehensive, high quality, & a time saver!"

Teaching fractions can sometimes be frustrating. Try these 30+ hands-on activities to teach fractions to make learning a breeze.

A former 5th grade ELA teacher, now visiting 1st grade. My 1st grade friends loves all things Daily 5, Guided Math, Google Classroom, and Mo Willems.

A twist on spiral math- with printables

Tweet Recently I posted some of my favorite songs and videos about shapes, counting, fractions, multiplication, time and area and perimeter.and now I am happy to share a few of my favorite videos for practicing coins and money. Most of the videos I choose are songs so that I can get kids up and out of their seats moving around. My students are loving these as quick movement breaks and because the weather has been so cold and icy, it has been a great way to get kids some of the extra movement…

Math Anchor Chart: Fact, array, strip diagram, all in one board!!