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I did this with my middle school students, but gave a larger number and they had to have more complex equations. It was a hit! For a writing extension, they chose one equation and created a real world word problem to correlate with it. Higher Order and the students enjoyed it!

Thanksgiving Math: Multiple ways to show the same answer. For higher grade levels -- use the number on the body to show factoring, and the tail feathers to show the math fact. Put product on body, different strategies to solve the fact.

Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time

Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time

Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time - I like the hidden minutes, perfect for consolidating the dual aspect of the clock. Paper Plate Clock Activity for Learning to Tell Time

Love this addition sheet - have to try it! I think though that I would not make everything add up to 10... you can put additions that need to add to 10 or less and allow the child to count using 'their fingers'.

Number Sense Craftivity

Number Sense Craftivity - Students trace their hands, cut out & glue down onto paper, except for the fingers! Kids will love this because they will be using their paper fingers to count.

Clocks and Telling Time Ideas

Clocks and Telling Time Ideas

Teaching kids to tell time on a NON-digital clock! I am surprised by the high school millennial kids who need this!

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Touch point math -Kids will use it their entire life and NEVER count on their fingers.

Use any container and write on a number that is the 'answer'. Then write math sentences on the popsicle sticks! Math Fact family game. Use with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division!

Leftover Plastic Pumpkins? Turn them into Counting Fun!

I could totally do this with money-- dollars on a pumpkin then popsicle sticks with bills and coins that add up to the amount. Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

Great idea for early finishers -- could do this for any grade -- +,-,x, division! Love it!

Make an "Add It Up" Math Boggle Board for Your Classroom

Live, Laugh, and Love to Learn: Add it up Math Boggle-I need a bigger classroom!

Cute! Kids throw a beanbag on the snowman then build the number it lands on in the ten frame. {First Grade Parade}

Toss a beanbag on a number on the snowman, kids make it in the 10 frame with snowflakes. Adapt this and write teen numbers on snowman and have kids fill in the ten frame to build the number

Money song

Math: Money song This poster,by Marisa Curtis of First Grade Glitter and Giggles, can be used in a poetry folder, on a meeting board, or math journal to reinforce c.

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