Putting letters, or words in abc order or numbers in order. Cheap and brilliant! Great for skip counting, fractions, putting different three-digit numbers in order., all great ways to practice grade CCSS
Math Concepts: This is an adding machine! It is super simple to make and fun for the kids to learn about adding/composing numbers. It will help those kids understand the equal sign in a way they haven't experienced before.
British Columbia Grade 3 Math I use this project when I start my multiplication unit to teach repeated addition, groups of, commutative property, and arrays. You could also replace one with a multiplication word problem and picture.
Show me the MONEY! For this foldable, you have to cut each flap.girls describe the coins and write how to make a dollar using the coins on the flap. It is great for coin recognition as well as counting money. financial literacy count it up leaf for dasies