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Fixer Upper Math

Do you love Fixer Upper? Now your students will too! They will beg to do another one of these!

Number bonds to 10 - using a coat hanger & pegs as a visual aid & practical support (",)

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Jellybean Addition Math Center for Easter and Spring

Addition pack-Odd and even answers with jellybeans; I am going to differentiate this with larger addition or subtraction problems with some of my students!

This is Fish Number Recognition. This would be perfect to incorporate with the book Rainbow Fish.

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Even and Odd Numbers - Math Unit

How to teach evens and odds so kids will truly understand. Engaging and hands on lessons for teaching even and odd numbers $


Introducing Number Bonds with Hands-On Experiences

Math Coach's Corner: Introducing Number Bonds with Hands-On Experiences

My y5 group enjoyed drawing these - I've used them successfully to do the above activity, but also multiplication/division inverse. It's also lovely to write 10 or 20 on the roof and write all the number bonds inside the house part.

This week's free printable is Penguin Number Puzzles which is a great activity for number recognition and review. Available until Sunday January 26th ... after that they will be available in the member's section of the site.

Numbers and Operations - This could also go in Algebra because older grades could use these problems to solve for an "x". However, I just really like this concept to get students to see that there are a number of ways to look at a problem.

Good for number sequencing..I will be using it to practice the -teens and twenties! Write one number (11 through 20) (or 20-30etc) at the top of each of the craft sticks (same # on both the back and the front). Make a green Play-Doh "snake" (grass). Mix up the popsicle sticks, have students build a "fence" by putting the numbers in order.