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First Grade Fairytales: Ten Pin Linky - Math Awesomeness!

"Guess My Number" math game. Teacher or student thinks of a number and the other kids ask questions. Mark off numbers as they ask the questions. What a fun idea.

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Math talk prompts~ Great Anchor: Use it sided by side, during instruction. Make sure that students copy it into their math journal. Have students refer to it, as well!

Strategies for Solving Math Problems anchor chart!  Love the pictures!

Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts Strategies for solving math anchor chart

Thoughtful Third Grade: Number Sense

First grade "number sense" anchor chart. They have to do this type of thing in Everyday Math Series in -

Place value anchor chart

Anchor chart for place value; could expand to billions per new TEKS. Also a link to a math website. I like the house idea.

The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it!  This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping.  Wish I was teaching Grade 2!

grade- Teaching Subtraction with regrouping-The poem's fine, but check out the dance moves/actions to go with it! This is a fantastic idea for teaching regrouping. Wish I was teaching Grade

The easiest and and simplest way to help students remember shapes and sides. It’s a must-be for math teaching.

Shape anchor chart Would be a nice chart in their maths books to refer to throughout the year.

Adding this to my anchor charts, it always seems that kids have problems with this.

Do you love and use anchor charts as much as I do? Then you are going to love these Must Make Kindergarten Anchor Charts! Why anchor charts in Kindergarten? I use anchor charts almost every day a

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Place Value anchor chart - image only. I would use this "frayer model" for a variety of Math ideas. How many ways can you model an addition/subtraction problem using your strategies, etc.

Lamppost in a 1st grade STEM classroom: I am going to get crafty this week and last day of the giveaway!

Math- Kindergarten through Second Grade: Nice partner for the Linus the Minus: Here's an anchor chart on "Gus the Plus", a math brother who helps students remember and understand the symbol for addition.

Great poem for working on greater than and less than! I could even use this for…

Poem for teaching greater than and less than from Mrs Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits, comparing numbers

Place Value Roll it, Make it, Expand it Math Station ~ 4 different levels (this is the highest, other 2 are 2-digit) — roll dice to make a number then draw it and expand it **alter to include decimals and word form!

can adjust to fit grade skills.Place Value Roll it, Make it, Expand it Math Station ~ 4 different levels (this is the highest, other 2 are -- roll dice to make a number then draw it and expand it **alter to include decimals and word form!

Understand the meaning of the equal sign, and determine if equations involving addition and subtraction are true or false. (Common Core 1.OA.7) | Education | Learnist

Help your kiddos learn the parts of addition and subtraction equations with this handy equation anchor chart! It was created by Melissa over at F is for First Grade and will give your class a great.

Comparing and equivalent fractions

Teaching Fractions - (also useful to use the same idea for teaching music note values)