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Students FEAR Math? What better way to banish math anxiety than with these FREE Math Talk Poster Prompts! Perfect for Back-to-school bulletin boards! #backtoschool #mathposters #bulletinboard #classroomfreebies #teacherfreebies #math #classroom
Owl Be Your Valentine Bulletin Board Set Adorable Valentine's Day Bulletin Board Idea!! Included: • “Owl Be Your Valentine” Sign • Owls (Color and Black and White) • Hearts Cute Idea: It would be adorable to put the sign in the middle of the board and then let the kids each decorate their own owl with glitter and markers.
Create an an adorable cactus Valentine's Day bulletin board display while encouraging students to reflect on the things they love. Includes a craftivity version and low prep version with tons of different options!
This FREE rounding decimals game worked great in my math centers! The game board for rounding decimals to the nearest hundredth was excellent practice for both my 5th graders and 6th graders.
Base 10 blocks are a really great learning tool for all grades. This is an activity I would use in a 5th grade classroom. It could be used as whole group on the Smart board or used in Math stations. If used in stations each student would have their own personal white board and they would work in partner groups to order two decimals to thousandths and represent comparisons using the symbols >,
This math interactive notebook resource contains 11 decimal place value flippables and foldables with models & examples. These flippables can be used to teach and practice base-ten decimal place value, powers of ten, word form, expanded form (expanded notation), comparing decimals, and rounding decimals. Aligned to Common Core Math Standards 5.NBT.1-4
Teaching decimal place value to your 4th grade or 5th grade students is fun with this game! Multiply and divide by 10 or 100 to read and compare decimals and whole number in this FREE printable activity that will challenge your students to think of the b
Place Value Anchor Chart. Make the template before students arrive and fill it in together.
Led by Jo Boaler, the NRICH project aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of students by providing professional development, activities, and lesson planning. Check out the “For Teachers” section on the right-hand side for tasks, games, interactive tools, activity sets, curriculum mapping, and great ideas for group work.
Elementary teacher looking for meet the teacher night ideas? This posts contains meet the teacher night gifts ideas as well as how to organize your classroom for this back to school event! There are free meet the teacher gifts to students included!