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First Grade Smiles: Turkeys on Strike!

First Grade Smiles: Turkeys on Strike! "Top 3 Reasons why you should eat ______ for Thanksgiving instead of turkey". We had brainstormed describing words before completing this activity and we focused on writing complete sentences.

Clock Foldable {FREEBIE} - PERFECT for my first graders. They are having a hard time understanding minutes and how to know how many minutes are in a half hour, hour, etc.

Math---Telling Time---A Foldable to help your students build an understanding of time. Great foldable to put in a math journal or lapbook!

Exploring Volume in First Grade Math

Exploring Volume in First Grade Math

Exploring Volume in First Grade Math Represent and interpret data using tables/charts Describe outcomes of an investigation.

Ramblings of a fifth and sixth grade teacher....: Common Core Math Training

Ramblings of a fifth and sixth grade teacher.: Common Core Math Training Using a Venn diagram to teach GCF is a great way to visually see the results. It's a good tool especially for visual learners.

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 :)

DO 2 DIGIT-----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

zoooooo makkelijk, dat ik er zelf niet opkwam

zoooooo makkelijk, dat ik er zelf niet opkwam

Measurement websites and games

From Technology Rocks Seriously- Some great sites to use when working on Measurement with students in second and third grades!

Math About Me-love this for beginning of year!

Forever in First: Math About Me Cute idea for the beginning of the year! Then redo at the end to see changes!

Hide inch worms around the room. Instruct students to find them and measure them to the nearest inch. Cute! Even big kids love a scavenger hunt. Free patterns included with blog post description.

Hide inch worms around the room. measure to the nearest inch or use non-standard units.like paper clips! All kids love a scavenger hunt. Free patterns- Great for Math :)

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