Using real pictures and prices of Halloween favors, decorations, food, games, and tableware, students can create shopping lists and budgets for a class party. A true PBL (Project Based Learning) Activity! Perfect for Distance Learning as you can use in Google and MS Teams.If you are looking for a s
Money, Money, Money!!
This pack includes several different games and activities to reinforce coin recognition and value:
-money exploration activity (freebie included here)
-2 coin recognition games
-4 coin value/value of a set games
-6 practice pages/activities
-foldable for coin re
Christmas Math Holiday Party Planner and Budget Center – Real Life Math Activity. Using real pictures and prices of favors, decorations, food, activities, and tableware, students can create shopping lists and budgets for a Christmas or Holiday class party. Most images are "holiday" neutral. Just pri
Our Canadian friends learn the entire Metric System at an early age! I was lucky enough to learn it quickly and easily through the help of some Canadian friends. I have shared this effective teaching strategy along with a metric chart for length. Included in the download are suggestions for use for
These weights and scales clip art images would be a great resource for math. Create worksheets to help students learn weight and measurement. You could also have students use different combination of weights to show an equal balanced scale.
You will receive 162 clip art graphics that were hand d
Printable Desk Chart displaying place value from Millions to Millionths. Simply print out, laminate and cut! Tape to students desk or send home to help improve decimal place value understanding.
Colour coded for easy comparison and connections.
Place Value Bulletin Board Set
This is a great resource for teaching place value!
This set goes from thousandths through billions. It comes in black and white, but can be printed on colored card stock to color coordinate periods with the respective place value labels. It comes with period labels fro
Graph paper is very helpful to help students keep place-values in line when adding and subtracting. The problem with standard graph paper is that it is far too small for young students to write inside the squares. This is easy to use and great for students to use with their homework!
This poster can serve as a great anchor chart for students learning about Decimals, Money, or Place Value. It is formatted to print out at 11x17 but you can reduce it down for students to paste into a journal.
This pack includes a variety of classroom resources for you to set up a shop, use on a themed table or within math lessons and group activities.The pack includes:*Shopping trolley printables*Grocery Basket printables*Shopping lists with picture visuals for students to write costs and add the total.
A versatile chart created to make teaching ones, tenths, and hundredths with money FUN!!
Examples of ways to use this chart:
1. Laminated the chart so students can write the correct dollar and cent amount with dry erase markers.
2. Hand out play money to students to place in the correct place valu
Students don't always have manipulatives available. This sheet of hundreds grids will allow students to have the support that they need! This can be very useful at home for homework, or on a test if it is allowed.
A colourful Coles Minis price list that can be used to solve a variety of number problems. The prices can be editable to suit your students.This is also a great resource for developmental play for students to play shopkeepers.***See Thumbnails for an idea for storing Coles Minis. The price list sig
These posters are a PERFECT pop of color to add to any classroom!
The BEST part of these is that when you laminate them you can write in the white square.
This is a great way to teach place value to your students!
These posters go from ones through hundred billions, as well as tenths t
This PowerPoint can be adapted to suit various year levels. For the early years you can change the prices to suit the curriculum of adding simple coin combinations. For the middle years you can use the PowerPoint to introduce adding decimals together and giving change from notes. Finally for upper p
Have you noticed that some of your students need extra practice counting money? Here are some helpful mats and task cards to help your students with this important life skill. Great for Grades K-5!
Just follow these easy directions:
Print the mats and task cards (preferably in color), laminate or p
Decimal Place Value Parlor
Identify Decimal Place Value
Instant Math Center!
This PDF Center is ready to print and use complete with:
2 Different sets of 20 Ice Cream Scoop Sorting Decimal Cards
4 Sorting Dishes with Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths, and Ten Thousandths.
3 Directions/Center Sign
I have been searching for a visual place value chart to post in the classroom for next year, and was having difficulty finding something that was a strong enough visual that made sense for ELs and students that are visual learners. So, this rainbow-oriented design was what I came up with, organizin
Let's buy some food! Practice counting money through pretend play!This Counting Money resource is completely digital! No more long hours of printing, cutting, laminating, standing in line at the copy machine, etc. Once downloaded, simply add to your Google Drive and (optional) assign on Google Class
One of our Quick Reference Wall Charts in a PDF download.Here is what you get!3 Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Quick Reference Wall Chart. Each page shows a fraction, its equivalents, its number using a decimal point, and its percentage.Prints a total of 3 pages.The wall charts were designed by T
This growing bundle contains activities and resources that align with the Australian Numeracy Progressions in the area of Additive Strategies. There are resources available across ALL progression levels. AdS1, AdS2, AdS3, AdS4, AdS5, AdS6, AdS7, AdS8I will continue to add games and resources to this
This packet includes worksheets to review essential math topics from Kindergarten to Middle School by using the calendar. There are pre-made worksheets along with examples and blank worksheets. My students would do their DCM’s at the beginning of each math period. It is very easy to differentiate if