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Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = “Special” Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you’ve got.

SKILKS: Story Sticks Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special" Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got.

An open ended fraction problem. With this question, students can apply their understanding of fractions of groups.

An open ended fraction problem. With this question, students can apply their understanding of fractions of groups.

Math Routine to begin class. Similar to what is in Teach Like Your Hair is On Fire.

Math Routine--great for bell work to introduce a new number/concept for the day. Love this idea! The students would be familiar with the process, but it would be different everyday.

True or false Number Sorts last week... writing their own calculations this week... brilliant maths Class1!

True or false Number Sorts! This could be used for many different concepts.Love the sorting chart idea Extend by having students put in the correct sign. They have to do this on SOAR all the time. Grade,Math,My Heart

Laminating these paint strips would mean you can get multiple use out of these, use them for skip counting/number patterns....

Skip counting/number patterns with paint strips. You can laminate them, so the kids can write in the missing numbers with dry erase marker.

Estimation Station: a fun math game for kids.

Estimation Station for After School Fun

Creative Family Fun: Estimation Station for After School Fun or Math center in school! recently set up this Estimation Station to give my graders a fun math challenge after school. I just gathered a few items fro

These counting puzzles are so simple to make but great for getting children to think about counting patterns. Write numbers on the popsicle ...

Fun Games 4 Learning: Counting Puzzles with Popsicle Sticks count by 2 ' the other numbers in another color.