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Multiplication Properties Anchor Chart by Mrs. P, for fourth or fifth grade math. Commutative, Associative (my favorite), Distributive, Identity, and Zero Properties.

I just finished preparing for my annual classroom Easter egg hunt! It took me about 10 minutes to prepare this activity! It was ten minutes of prep that results in some of the most engaging test prep in my classroom! Inside each of the eggs, I have placed mini task cards with all kinds of […]

Multi-digit multiplication is a difficult concept to teach. Long gone are the days where we teach one method, such as long multiplication, and just *hope* that all of our students catch on and can use

Distributive Property Today with the help of mathequalslove.blogspot.com I used food to help students learn about the distributive property. We made up combo meals and then multiplied them by a number. Students were introduced to a variable. We assigned variable to images for example, banana = b apple = a coke = c water = w In the pictures you see below are the examples we created We were able to visualize the distributive property much better than I expected. This is a fabulous example and…

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Commutative, associative, distributive... the math property terms can be a bit intimidating for elementary students being introduced to the addition and multiplication properties. I know some teachers

Want a fun, low-prep equivalent fractions game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've put an equivalent fractions twist on the classic "Spoons" game and get your FREE equivalent fractions cards to use at games4gains.com.

Howdy friends! Well I survived the first two weeks and I couldn't be happier with my group of kiddos! They are sweet. eager, and cheerful - a teacher's dream! :) I come home pooped each afternoon ...but it's a good kind of tired. Amen! I slept for over 12 hours last night! :) Today I want to share a quick and easy way to get to know your class. I started out with a regular inflatable beach ball: I bought mine at the dollar store - or you can order it on Amazon here. Then I wrote a bunch of…

Bring collaboration and competition to your classroom by putting your students to the task of completing challenges to unlock puzzles!

11 Practical Classroom Management Ideas 2 comments Back to School, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Management, Popular Posts, Tips and Tricks One of my favorite things to do is peek inside other teacher's classrooms. I love seeing what kinds of things they are up to, checking out their favorite tricks of the trade, and to sniff out new tips that I can bring back to my own classroom. If you're like me, then keep reading. This post is full of all my favorite classroom management ideas and tips…

Incorporating Middle School Math Projects into the classroom!

Linking up with Fabulous in First for the Sunday Smorgasbord! I had about a million thoughts rolling around in my head today, so I figured it was the perfect chance to do a Sunday Smorgasbord post! Fun fact: when I first started my teaching blog, it was called Fabulous in Fifth, so I love that this is hosted by Fabulous in First. I've been super busy prepping for the upcoming school year lately! I know that my time at school will be more limited than in the past because of childcare, so I am…