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There are 50 black and white anchor charts included. These anchor charts are black and white because I created them to be used by students. My goal was to make a reference resource for students to take home with them when a new standard has been introduced, when a standard already taught needs to be practiced or reviewed, when a student is absent, or to give parents a resource for helping their children at home.

There are 51 black and white Common Core Math Anchor Charts included. These anchor charts are black and white because I created them to be used by students.

Maslow's hierarchy of needs -the first one.

Tying all three aspects together in Maslows Hierarchy of needs suggests that sports is beneficial to everyone.

Fraction War

Help students understand fractions better with these fun activities and games that encourage social interaction and critical thinking! Fraction War Kids can compare fractions: greater than, less than, or equal to. Cut cards out and play like the …

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Super Subjects - Mighty Math - Operations - Knowing How Fractions, Percents, and Decimals are Related - The Relationship of Fractions, Percents, and Decimals Chart

FREE Printable Fraction Flowers - what a fun way for visualize fractions (math, math activity, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 1st grade)

Learn fractions in a creative way by making these fraction flowers out of paper plates- includes a set of printable fraction circles. This makes learning math fun!

I love visual charts, especially for math. I made this one in front of the students to show how a piece of paper could be divided into e...

Great for visualizing fractions. Give students 12 pieces of paper and ask them to cut in half, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths up to twelfths. Easy to determine

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!

Fractions is a big concept cover in grade, therefore, with this activity students are learning about fractions and how they are written out in a more interactive way. Using dominoes gives students visual representations of how fractions look.