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Odd & Even Practice with a Holiday Twist

I like to share teaching ideas, resources, and tips for the primary classroom with a splash of activities I try with my own children at home.

Ping Pong Arrays Hands-On Multiplication Activity perfect for students with special learning needs who need more visual examples and support.

Ping Pong Arrays Multiplication Activity

Help kids understand multiplication by practicing in a hands-on way with this ping pong arrays multiplication activity for elementary kids.

Students can practice odd and even numbers during the month of December with this stocking-themed math set.

Odd & Even Practice with a Holiday Twist

I like to share teaching ideas, resources, and tips for the primary classroom with a splash of activities I try with my own children at home.

I love using shopping scenarios to practice math skills with my 2nd graders. You can have students find the total cost, make change, and compare prices.

Addition with Regrouping - Let's Go Shopping

Using shopping problems to practice addition and compare coin totals.

Mean, Median, Mode, & Range  Check out this fun activity to get your students practicing finding the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set!

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I& Amanda Wilp, author of The Primary Gal. I teach fifth-grade, and have a nerdy passion for differentiation. I love to integrate technology.

I like to share teaching ideas, resources, and tips for the primary classroom with a splash of activities I try with my own children at home.

Snowman Supplies (a Free Math Station)

Take your students shopping without leaving the classroom to give them authentic addition practice. Snowman Supplies is a FREE pack.

Add a little fun and excitement to math fact practice with addition and subtraction mazes. You can put them in sheet protectors so they can be reused, too!

Math Mazes (Addition and Subtraction)

Math Mazes are a great way to get your students practicing addition and subtraction facts in a fun way. These are great for math workshop, homework, or fast finishers!

FREE!!! Place Value: Hundreds, Tens and Ones - Here are six task cards to help your students practice place value. There is a student response form and answer key as well. Students love task cards because they allow movement in the classroom. Brain research shows that movement increases achievement. It's a WIN-WIN for teachers and students! Yay!

Place Value: Hundreds, Tens and Ones - Here are six task cards to help your students practice place value. There is a student response form and an.

Great and inexpensive kindergarten math/shape ideas on this site.

Shapes Anchor Chart - and great post on teaching shapes in a constructive, meaningful way.

Monster Portraits - students use the measurements given to determine the perimeter of each portrait.

Monster Portraits & Monster Paths

These monster portraits are a fun way to practice perimeter!

Are your students working on finding the sum of 3-addends this month? Here's a great way to get your students up and moving during math time!

Turkey Trios (Freebie for 3-Addends)

Turkey Trios is a great way to get your students up and moving during math. Students will approach a card and determine the three addends that match the sum on the turkey's tummy.

Are you concerned about teaching long division? Is it a source of frustration and tears? Have you considered whether it is actually even necessary? Learn how to teach division in meaningful ways and end the tears.

Division Debate: Do Kids Need Long Division?

Is long division necessary? Do kids need to know the standard long division algorithm? No matter your opinion, learn how to teach division with meaning.

Amazing resources for teaching place value!!! I know what I'll be setting up this weekend!

PLACE VALUE - great books to teach place value. Cause let's be real.we need all the help we can get teaching place value. There are a ton of different books that incorporate math. These are specifically focusing on place value and base ten.

DIY math cups for practicing skip counting and other elementary math concepts from And Next Comes L

DIY Math Cups

Practicing skip counting and greater than and less than math concepts with these DIY math cups. They would be great for the light table too!

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