Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Five Hand-On Ways to Teach Multiplication

Five Hand-On Ways to Teach Multiplication

Teaching Symmetry to Preschoolers with LEGO Bricks

Teaching Symmetry to Preschoolers with LEGO Bricks

Teaching Symmetry to Preschoolers with LEGO Bricks - Mom Inspired Life Preschool math activity that uses LEGO to teach symmetry.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Jenga

Jenga Sums - Teacher's Pet – Ideas Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2

My little boy and my mindees loved weighing out all the fruit and veg from our farm shop on these homemade scales. Outdoor Maths Ideas - Twinkl Blog

My little boy and my mindees loved weighing out all the fruit and veg from our farm shop on these homemade scales.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Guess Who?

"Guess the Number" Kids ask questions like "is the number greater/less than___?", "is the number between ___ and___?", "is the number in the tens place___?", "is the number to guess the selected number.

Using this in my classroom!... When the time comes....

Why Didn't I Think Of That? 24 Useful Tips

Put two dice in a small container. No more lost dice. No more kids crawling all over the floor trying to find the lost dice.

Fractions. Looking at a whole, halves and quarters of different shapes.

Looking at a whole, halves and quarters of different shapes. This is a and concrete lesson. Great for a group lesson.

Math sorts - really like this idea! Use with measures in different time signatures.

The Reading Corner: Thinking about Non Fiction and Math Daily math sort

To encourage children's maths concepts in useful and fun ways, because play matters, here are 20 useful math games.

Activities for Children: Maths Games

To encourage children's maths concepts in useful and fun ways, because play matters, here are 20 useful math games.

Popcorn maths game. Addition, subtraction and ordering for KS1.

"On the white paper (plain popcorn) I wrote numbers, on the yellow (buttered popcorn) I wrote math symbols (+ – x ). Students can then choose 2 pieces of white popcorn and 1 piece of yellow. They write the equation and answer in their books.

Great idea for adding and on the back in the subtraction equation. You could use it for multiplication and division as well!

Clever DIY Hacks for Your Homeschool Spaces

Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.) used PreK classroom math/everyday life centers

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