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When it comes to matters of estimation, we have all used "the Jar." While this is a valuable visual, we all know that capacity is only one facet of estimation. The cards in this packet will take you beyond the estimation jar to include length, time, and weight, along with capacity. These 32 colorf
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Welcome to “Dollar Deals”! These resources are no frills, ready to use stations, centers, lessons, and activities. Each is only a dollar because there are no “frills” or extras. Hope you find them useful! This resource is geared toward helping you use estimation jars in your classroom. Whether
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Need a simple, quick math center for estimation? This freebie is a straightforward estimation practice for young learners! Includes answers Freebie offered under Scrappin Doodle license #TPT52884 Enjoy!
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This is a game where students roll a die to make numbers and then estimate sums and differences. Students compete against one other student. This activity is great for practicing place value adn estimation of sums and differences.
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Use this fun Math Station/Center to practise estimation and number skills. A quick, easy, versatile center that can be used again and again! Two graded recording sheets are recorded for use with numbers with tens and ones and numbers that include hundreds.
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Set up an Estimation Station in your library or classroom! This kit includes 4 sets of estimation stations, each with 25 items. For each connection there is a poster to display at the center, a poster to display the answer after students have made their estimation, answer slips, and prize slips.
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Set up an Estimation Station in your library or classroom! This kit includes a list of 25 items connected to holidays and seasonal events through the year. For each connection there is a poster to display at the center, a poster to display the answer after students have made their estimation, answer
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Use these seasonal posters in an "estimation station" to help display student's predictions of the estimation jar. August - June posters are included in this packet! Thanks so much! Kristina Grant The Kristina Grant blog
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This set of 10 different "estimation stations" develops students' understanding of length, perimeter and area by using Cuisenaire Rods of different lengths. Students record their estimates on a "data sheet" and then make and record exact measurements, measuring such things as the length of their foo
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Set up an Estimation Station in your library or classroom! This kit includes a list of 25 items connected to popular picture books. For each connection there is a poster to display at the center, a poster to display the answer after students have made their estimation, answer slips, and prize slips.
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Estimation Station can be an independent morning activity as students come in or as a warm up before Math or as a Math Center. Attached you will find the slips that you will print out for each student (there is 2 to a page) and 4 different estimation station activities: length, width, volume, and we
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I created these to use with our class estimation station. Fill it up, have students write their name, read it and record their estimate. They also record the total. Enjoy the treat together. Optional: Give a small matching prize to the student who guesses the actual number or comes the closest.
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Students will play a fun board game and practice their rounding and finding compatible numbers. Students will roll dice and have to answer an estimation question. This would be great for a station, center, or small group play. Please rate and follow if you like!
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All aboard for Estimation Station! In this math activity students work cooperatively to estimate and solve math problems about pumpkins. Students estimate and measure circumference using a piece of string. Students will estimate and then measure the weight of their team pumpkin. Students will es
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Here are the materials to begin an estimation station with your students. The daily practice at making logical estimations will help improve and build this skill! Resource includes sign for making an estimation station and an estimation recording sheet.
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Set up an Estimation Station in your library or classroom! This kit includes a list of 25 items connected to folk and fairy tales. For each connection there is a poster to display at the center, a poster to display the answer after students have made their estimation, answer slips, and prize slips.
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This is the individual “Candy Estimation Station” activity from my Centers for the Month of March Pack. Students estimate how many festive candies (Skittles, Lucky Charms, or even Trix cereal will work!) are in a jar, and then group the candies into arrays of 10 to find the actual amount. They compa
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You can use this to estimate things of many values. I mostly use it as a math center to estimate quantity. I take four baby food jars and fill them with various items. The kids estimate the amount in each jar, then open and count the actual amount.
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This is a great interactive power point to review and practice estimation with 3rd grade students. This could also be used in 4th grade to review what the students should already know about estimation.
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Looking to enhance your students' estimation skills? This chart gives four unique ideas for each month of the school year. These Estimation Station ideas will work on students' ability to measure volume, length, weight, distance, and capacity, while not breaking your budget. This work is license
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This worksheet has 2-digit addition and subtraction problems. Students will solve each math problem and estimate the solution to the nearest 10. Then draw a line to match each car to the correct problem. Included: Black and white worksheet Color worksheet Answer Key Thanks for checking out this
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Good math center activity. Students will look at a baggie of ten counted out objects and use the 10 to help them gauge how many are on a tray. They will record estimates and count/record actual numbers. Also can be used as a station activity whole class or small group.
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Everything you need to support estimation instruction - there is a mix of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems throughout. There are 3 (editable) activity cards for hands-on estimation exploration. The focus is on “quantity estimation” (approximating the number of items in a
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Set up an Estimation Station in your library or classroom! This kit includes a list of 25 items connected to popular nonfiction topics, organized by the Dewey Decimal System. For each connection there is a poster to display at the center, a poster to display the answer after students have made their
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