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This Kindergarten Math Interactive Notebook includes all the Common Core Standards for the Entire Year! You will find several pages for counting & cardinality, measurement & data, operations & algebraic thinking, numbers & operation in base ten, and geometry. It is a fabulous way to

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Also included in: Kindergarten Interactive Notebooks Bundle~Literacy, Math, Science

If you love owls and you want some ideas for the first few days of school then look no more! This packet has some fantastic ideas for the first few days of school and adorable owls adorning the pages! The packet includes the following:
1. Owl Remember You: thumbprint owls to put on tree provided

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This is s fun way to bring in division word problems in the weeks leading up to winter break. Students will solve 14 word problems and use a clue key to get letters for each of their problems. They will unscramble those letters to get the names of two well known holiday characters.
Mystery holiday

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This is s fun way to bring in multiplication word problems in the weeks leading up to winter break. Students will solve 15 word problems and use a clue key to get letters for each of their problems. They will unscramble those letters to get the names of two well known holiday characters.
Mystery ho

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This is s fun way to bring in addition and subtraction word problems in the weeks leading up to winter break. Students will solve 12 word problems and use a clue key to get letters for each of their problems. They will unscramble those letters to get the names of two well known holiday characters.

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Introducing the 100 Chart Teacher Activities
Page 4: Make a personal number chart. Color your age, birth month, number of people in your family, number of letters in your first name, your lucky number, etc.
Page 5: Have students color in the numbers to create a picture. It is a cupcake!
Page 6: Loc

Students solve basic multiplication and division problems using the letter of their names to calculate the value of their name. After students complete the activity, you can have them work to order the numbers from greatest to least.
As a follow-up, have them try to create a word that they think

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This activity is great for practicing simplifying variable expressions. All problems include the variables of m, a, t and h (you may want to point out to students that the 't' has a slight curl at the bottom compared to an addition symbol). To go further with this activity, you can then have stude

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This is a worksheet I use with my pre-algebra students. I sometimes make a bulletin board of the number line and then post their name values after the activity. They like to see what students' in other classes get as well.
At the top of the worksheet is a number line with each letter assigned a va

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Are you looking for a new twist to add to your daily calendar routine in first grade? Try calendar math riddle cards! This sample set of six cards will help your students solidify their knowledge about both months and math.
Here's an example:
"The name of the month has nine letters.
It's a number

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Looking for an engaging way to teach and review mean, median, mode and range? This activity is not only fun and challenging BUT it is PERFECT for bulletin boards.
Included in this set:
-Slides 3-6 are a review or teaching tool to reinforce how to find solve for each: Mean, Median, Mode and Range

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This activity is a great activity for the first few weeks of school as you are introducing students to various math manipulatives. In this activity, students will first write their first and last name in the blank linking cubes on the worksheet. Then they will use actual linking cubes to cover the l

You get two sheets...What is Your Name Worth? and What are Your Spelling Words Worth? Back to school, beginning of the year, end of the year...fun counting money and addition practice. Print and go. Students get with partners and determine the value of their name by adding the values of the letters

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My school uses the Rocket Math program to help students master math facts. In first grade, those facts include addition and subtraction. When a student passes a level, these letters can be sent home to parents. There is one letter for each level of Rocket Math (Subtraction facts). The letter tells t

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In this fun activity, students identify angles (right, acute, obtuse, reflex) and parallel lines in two-dimensional figures, the letters of the alphabet.
Use this resource as:
♦ review of your lessons in plane geometry
♦ an enrichment activity for higher students
♦ an extra challenge for early f

In this activity, students will add up the value of their names using a chart where letters of the alphabet are assigned dollar and coin values.
This packet includes:
1. A cover sheet
2. A chart where letters of the alphabet are assigned dollar and coin values
3. A recording/problem-solving sh

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Use this fun math activity as a first day of school ice breaker, an addition review, or a brain teaser. Each letter of the alphabet is assigned a monetary value. Students then find the value of their name by adding the values of the letters together. Great for younger grades and middle grades alike.

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This fun activity "If Letters Were Dollars" by Miss Jean's Class is all about addition of one and two digit numbers. Students will love seeing what their name, their school name etc. is worth in dollars. It is ready to be printed and given to students. It is a perfect addition to a back to school

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Using the alphabet on a number line calculate the value of your name by adding the values of each letter in your name. Activity includes integers from -13 to 12.

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Students will use the letters in their own name to find the "value" of their name.
This project supports children to use a chart, add and multiply with decimals (money), and create large equations.
Students will be required to use problem solving strategies; they will need to create their own eq

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Letter Values is an activity that is good for the students and the teacher to help learn the names of all the students in the class. It is appropriate for middle school students. Students may work individually, in pairs, or in small groups. It asks students to assign values to letters, find sums,

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Fluency and Fitness® is a great brain break to help your students get the wiggles out, while practicing & mixing basic addition and subtraction math facts to 20. Students BEG to do this! Teachers love give their students a chance to move, yet not lose any instructional time. This bundle includes

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Also included in: Math Fluency & Fitness® Brain Breaks BUNDLE (K-2)

Fluency and Fitness® brain breaks are a great way to get the wiggles out while practicing their addition math facts. Students BEG to do this and teachers love that they don't have to lose any instructional time. This bundle includes 7 slideshows to help your students learn their addition math facts

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Also included in: Math Fluency & Fitness® Brain Breaks BUNDLE (K-2)

Fluency and Fitness® is a great brain break to get your students moving, while practicing multiplication math facts. Students BEG to do this! Teachers love helping their kids get the wiggles out without losing instructional time. This bundle includes 6 slideshows to help your students learn their ma

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Also included in: Math Facts Fluency & Fitness® BUNDLE (Multiplication and Division)

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