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# Math Ideas - Elementary Level

Pins of TeacherIdeas for Mathematics at the Elementary School level.
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Place Value Yahtzee., Teacher Idea
Place Value Yahtzee. "My kids love Place Value Yahtzee! Learn how to play this fun place value game and download your free Place Value Yahtzee score sheets. Great for grades 2-6!" "The game that I have for you today is a place value version of the popular game Yahtzee. I've included the score sheets for four different versions (3-digit numbers, 4-digit numbers, 6-digit numbers, and decimals) so that you can choose the level that works best for your classroom. You could even assign differ
Clock Guy
Clock Guy: Craft and Activity for Teaching Time. " This is a great way to get your students excited about practicing time with "Clock Guy". I also have a sheet included that students use in partners to also practice with. EnjoyThe Freebie!"
Adding Subtracting Large Numbers Game., Teacher Idea
Adding and Subtracting Large Numbers Game. "All you need to play is the game board (which I laminated ), a die, some game pieces (I used some from a board game we have, but anything would work), and each player needs a piece of paper and pencil. (You may also want to have a calculator to make checking answers quicker and easier). If you would like to use this game in your home or classroom, you can download it free, and it includes a page of directions as well"
Measurement Foldable., Teacher Idea
Measurement Foldable. "Customary Measurement Foldable is a three-flap foldable that can be used in a math interactive notebook or as a separate graphic organizer. Students can use it to take notes when learning about customary measurement. To create the foldable, print the two pages back to back. Fold in half on the vertical dotted line and cut the solid lines to form flaps. Students can lift up each flap and fill in the basic conversion units during your lesson. Great for math test prep and
Gallon Guy Gal Robot Template Packet., Teacher Idea
Gallon Guy or Gal Robot Template Packet. At the bottom of this template are examples to show your class so that they can create their very own Gallon Guy or Gal. "A FREE Gallon Guy/Gal Robot template pack! You can copy the pages onto colored paper, or have the kids trace them onto construction paper. I have included instructions for both options! My kids always love this activity and it really helps them understand the conversions!"
Transformation Puzzles., Teacher Idea
Transformation Puzzles. "Transformation puzzles are a fantastic way to help your students visualize and learn about translating, rotating and reflecting irregular figures." "I’ve got some free transformation puzzles that you can use to help your students develop the idea that things can move around by reflecting (flipping), translating (sliding) and rotating (turning). This helps kids to realize that by doing these movements it doesn’t change the size or shape of the thing."
Flips, Turns, Slides Hands-On Activity., Teacher Idea
Flips, Turns, Slides Hands-On Activity. "Use this FREE hands-on math activity to help your students explore the concept of flips, turns, and slides (reflections, rotations, and translations)."
How Teach Arrays., Teacher Idea
How to Teach Arrays. " I love learning about arrays because they are so visual which allows for a lot of really fun rectangular arrays activities and practice! I love hands on math stations and centers so I'd love to share some of my arrays and repeated addition ideas with you! Hopefully you learn some fun, new math instructional strategies to implement in your classroom!"
Easy Table Multiplication Games., Teacher Idea
Easy Table Multiplication Games. " Easy Table games so you can teach at school or at home with your kids. I hope you enjoy this fantastic material that is available for printing and is intended to help children learn the times tables." This site is in the Portuguese language. You can use translate.google.com to read the directions. The handouts are numbers so that is the same as English. Get great ideas from this site to make your own table games easily with materials you probably alr
Free Online Math Dictionary Kids., Teacher Idea
Free Online Math Dictionary for Kids. " A free online math dictionary for kids, with pictures helping kids understand the meaning of the math concepts. A great learning tool for school age kids." " When kids start learning math beyond counting, they start to encounter math concepts that they need understand precisely the meaning, or they may have trouble. For example, they need know the meaning of “Angle”, and the differences between “Acute Angle”, “Obtuse Angle”, “Right Angle” and “Straight
Dice Games Multiplication Fluency., Teacher Idea
Dice Games for Multiplication Fluency. "This bundle includes 5 of my students' favorite multiplication games. Each game is engaging, can be differentiated and increases multiplication fluency. Games can be played with partners or individually and are easily incorporated into stations or math workshop. Games included: How Close to 100? The Great Array Race! Multiplication Yahtzee The Ultimate Multiplication Challenge (my personal favorite) Roll the Dice Easy to use - just print and
The Best Way Teach Adding Subtracting Fractions., Teacher Idea
The Best Way to Teach Adding and Subtracting Fractions. "The reason some students were lost is because all of those “tips” and “tricks” have no concrete foundational reading for our young learners. They might be able to learn the rules they are following, but the have no idea WHY they are following those rules. In order for students to truly be able to understand this topic, they NEED to be able to see the why behind the math! After experimenting from one year to the next, I finally foun
The Backwards Zorro
The Backwards Zorro - Multiplying Fractions. "Are you teaching your kiddos how to solve fraction of a group problems? My co-worker came up with a fabulous name for the tried and true strategy that we probably all use: The Backwards Zorro! It's visual and fun to say and it really seemed to stick in the minds of the kiddos."