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Fraction Madness centers are the perfect way to engage students in fun fraction practice. Perfect during March Madness! Can be used whole group or during math centers.

This product includes 10 engaging math centers that review fraction math skills. They are ideal for 3rd graders or struggling 4th graders. Students have a recording book and rotate through 10 different centers. Centers include constructed response math journaling, task cards and sorts.

Use these apps as a fun way to practice math skills, whether you are at home or in the classroom!

Angles 'I Have...Who Has' Game features 3 different levels of playing cards to help students practice measuring angles between 1-180 degrees. These 'I Have...Who Has' cards are so much fun, yet so simple to use. Plus, they can be played by individual students, by a small group of students, or even by the whole class!

This Place Value Activity Is A Wonderful Addition To Classrooms - Use this place value activity in math centers, stations, or as a whole class lesson.

10 different engaging multiplication math centers with a student recording book. Centers are included in color and black and white.

One teacher uses Fraction Hopscotch to have her students practice ordering fractions, creating equivalent fractions, reading a ruler and understanding hash mark lengths on a ruler. Can you think of more ways to use this in your classroom?

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

SUBTRACTION STORY PROBLEMS - 20 TASK CARDS FOR MATH CENTERS - A fun way to have your students practice solving 3- and 4-digit subtraction story problems. Perfect for Scoot! or scavenger hunts!