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In this project based learning activity, students design their own zoos. They must adhere to the minimum size for animal enclosures and other project guidelines as they construct their zoos. After designing their zoos, students must list the area and perimeter of each animal enclosure to ensure that...

There's not a better way to understand the power and importance of a community than taking part in creating one yourself. Towns and cities around the world are filled with incredibly diverse neighborhood blocks --so why don't we let the students design their own? By incorporating geometry, writing, ...

This activity packet includes 4 instructional posters and 4 activity worksheets. INSTRUCTIONAL POSTERS: For each poster ask students the following questions: How many slices is the pizza divided into? How many slices have _____________ (ingredient)? With these posters, students have the chance to ...

What's a Quadrilateral?!, an education post from the blog Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons, written by Amy Lemons on Bloglovin’

Rock... paper... scissors! Discover a bit more about the math behind this childhood game with this exercise in probability.

There are a number of ways for students to learn the multiplication facts, including free multiplication games. Download a set of free math games here.

This graphing freebie will have your little learners excited to gather and analyze data! Students play the game of Rock, Paper, Scissors with a partner, gather their data, and create a graph (bar graph, pictograph, or line plot). Afterwards students answer questions about their data. This pairs p...

Ohmygosh, ohmygosh, ohmygosh... It is only 5 school days away. Actually only 4 days for me, because we have a grade-level planning day on ...

I am SO excited about our NEW Fall Math and Literacy Packet for 1st Grade! I have been working like crazy to get this packet finished and I am happy that

171 Likes, 18 Comments - Lindsey 💗 (@thetexasteacher14) on Instagram: “It is finished! From playing City Manager and stamping my kids approval notices to watching other…”

Place value is one of the foundations of math, so it makes sense that when our students don’t understand it at a conceptual level, they struggle when learning new concepts (e.g. multiplying and dividing by powers of ten). Teachers are pressured to move kids through a curriculum when they know what their students need is solid […]

10 free coloring pages! Symmetry is sometimes a difficult concept to explain, this art activity can help! Download, print, fold, and trace!

Anchor charts play an important role in the classroom. They make thinking visible by recording content, skills, strategies, processes, cues, and guidelines during the learning process. Posting anchor charts around the room keeps relevant and current learning accessible to students. They remind the...

This quadrilateral family tree poster, bulletin board, & Anchor chart is perfect for covering core standards 5.G.B.3 & 5.G.B.4. Covering Geometry in 4th or 5th grade Math? This poster and handout could be very helpful to you! Upper elementary Math can be challenging, this will help you! #mathteacher #math #maths #teacher #algebra #geometry #mathproblems #study…

Even the most colorful, artistic of bulletin boards will lose their luster if they are one-sided and don't invite interaction. Let's look at some fun, thought-provoking b

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Are you studying money math with your younger elementary child? Here’s a free printable worksheet. You have the option to select any combination of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half dollars for each new worksheet. The student will count the coins and write their answer to the right of each problem. ThisRead More