# Working wall ideas

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ИГРАнаУРА: Март - МАТЕМАТИКА :: Игры, в которые играют дети и Я

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Hello all! I am so happy to be back. Last time I wrote about how I organize my learning centers. Today, I'm here to talk about the centers that I keep in my back pocket all year long. I don't use them all the time, but when I need a quick and easy set-up, these are the ones I go to.

DIY "Adding Machine" ... This blog post shows you how to make it.

Printable Place Value Slider- This would be good for buddy math: one partner creates the number, the other builds it with Base 10s

This is my most favorite mental math game. I shared it awhile ago and you guys loved it! You can use this game with random facts, addition, subtraction, times tables or all of the above! All I do is get popsicle sticks and write start on the first stick and then I write down

Now, for some reason the IPG (Instructional Planning Guide) in my district says to start 4th grade with arrays, factors, and multiples. A...

with Amy Lemons

So rein krankheitsbedingt sind bewegungsreiche Outdoor-Aktivitäten gerade nicht angesagt, also haben wir gestern kurzerhand ein kleines Rec...

These super cute free printable skip counting cards are great to practice counting by 2s!

Here are some new activities that I have put into our Math Work Stations (we are now working on the Quarter 2 Math Common Core Standards where the children need to compose and decompose numbers). The children have 10 frames for the numbers 11-19. They lay one 10 frame out and make two rows of…

For any number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record the answer with a drawing or eduation. (Common Core K.OA.4) | Operations & Algebraic Thinking | Learnist

Using numicon to understand the missing numbers in part/part/whole concept - Y1

Math in Kindergarten: Making Math Meaningful Visual Prompts for Math Inspiration at RainbowsWithinReach

Activity for ages 4 to 8. A hundred chart is a surprisingly simple way to teach a lot of math skills. For instance, you can use a hundred chart to teach kids number sequencing {1, 2, 3}, patterns {each column on the chart ends in the same digit} and skip counting {10, 20, 30, etc.}. Grab your free […]