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Please enjoy this free download. I hope your students find it a fun AND engaging way to practice 'Adding Ten'. Students work in pairs or in a small group to be the first to cover their card. An "I can...' card is included to help keep students on task. Enjoy!
This bundle contains 28 roles with two versions each for a total of 54 mix-and-match cooperative group cards. 26 of the cards have a title, a role description, and cute monster graphic. The other 26 cards have the same roles, with only the title for older students. Two of the cards are blank for yo
This huge resource includes lessons, games and worksheets to use along with 9 of the Sir Cumference books by Cindy Neuschwander! Math concepts covered in this download:*Measurement of circles and rectangles*Adding, subtracting and rounding large numbers*Exploring 2D and 3D shapes*Calculating area an
Students will be engaged with these multiplication coloring sheets. They will help students practice their 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, and 6's. These are great from morning work, indoor recess, and free work.
I created this math counting money worksheet with 11 problems to help my kids count dollars and coins. The amounts fall between $1-$3. This would be a good guided activity during small math groups. It could also be used for seatwork during math centers, homework, morning work, extra practice/reme
This math flash card game can be used in multiple ways! This set includes - Doubles Addition (18 cards)- Doubles Subtraction (18 cards)- Addition without regrouping (24 cards)- Addition with regrouping (24 cards)- Subtraction without regrouping (24 cards)- Subtraction with regrouping (24 cards)- Lit
One side of this bookmark is reading, one side is math! (if you chose to print it that way) We have found the need for students to have those "sentence starters" at their hands when they are doing read to someone or playing math games. Having these "bookmarks" in their hands will keep them accou
A GREAT MATH and SCIENCE RELATED PICTURE BOOK! Ralph freaks out when Flora picks the thirteenth bean in BEAN THIRTEEN by Matthew McElligott. Ralph is sure that thirteen is an unlucky number! Always the idea-grasshopper, Flora invites April for dinner. As Flora and Ralph separate the beans into
English and Spanish word problems for the introduction of fractions. Simple images as reference for beginning concept. Students will read word problems with number quantities and identify the fraction represented by the smaller number in relation to the larger number (one quarter, one third).
After reading The Bike Lesson by Stan and Jan Berenstain, discuss the different types of settings that appeared in the story as father attempted to teach his son the rules in riding his bike successfully. Follow-up with this worksheet to practice identifying patterns in a collection of setting pictu
Use these classic goal sheets for reading fluency, comprehension, and math facts for multiplication and division. This is also a check back sheet, so you and your student are able to refer back to the student's goal. Please see my store: SpeciaLKuhnEducator for more!
Everyday Math messages for Unit 1 to use with Smartboard, projector, cumputer, or print out.
I use this during my calendar time. Its a great way to keep students accountable for whole group. They also are more focused and engaged.
Here are 15 fun and colorfully illustrated original poems by award-winning and best-selling author, poet, and teacher Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz. These poems are perfect for your language modeling in theme after theme across the curriculum and per CLASS goals. Use with themes: Movement; Shapes; Safety
This is a math warm up digital notebook to share with students. You can have students work on their own copy through google then share it with you for grading. The warm ups go over basic math skills but are written in word problem format.
Want to start number talks with your primary students?Check out these Subitizing Dot Slides! Have your students quickly look at the pictures to identify the quantity. They can even use the whiteboard markers to help show their thinking. These dot slides are a great way to get our youngest learners

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