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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

This file is a 37 page download of my Common Core aligned Kindergarten Math Centers: Down on the Farm. Your students will love interacting with these centers!
Included in this file you will fine the following centers:
A sorting and classifying center with 8 different animal sorting cards and 6 c

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Dinosaur-iffic! Dinosaur Math Centers
You can purchase this as part of a math and literacy bundle here!
This is a dinosaur themed set of 4 math centers.
1. "How Many Feet?"- A math center where students use a dinosaur ruler, or any classroom objects, to measure the height of dinosaur themed pict

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Also included in: Dinosaur Literacy and Math Center Bundle

These measurement unit and review activities are going to set a new standard for student engagement. You are invited to join us in this journey as we sing and dance our way through class today. Warning:You may have never seen your students get so excited to learn these concepts. Be prepared!
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Includes 11 stations covering a wide range of kindergarten math skills with an April theme.
Counting Station: Line ‘Em Up (CC.A.1, CC.A.3)
In this activity students can line up sets of cards in order. Three sets are included (1-20, by 5s to 100, by 10s to 100)
Counting Station: Number Puzzles (CC.A

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Skills and Activities 3rd Grade Mathematics / 3ero Matemáticas
Great for Mathematics Practice for whole groups, warm-up, stations, intervention groups or individual work. Just print on card stock or construction paper then laminate for durability. 143 Pages with practice 1-27 Concepts below, picture

Ordinal Numbers / Numeros Ordinales words is closely tied to understanding the concepts on which objects or events are being ordered, i.e. comparing heights, comparing volumes, comparing times, comparing areas etc. Once students have learned cardinal numbers, you will have to introduce ordinal numbe

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Math Symbols (such as addition, subtraction, period, comma, etc) / otros Simbolos (como parentesis, pesos, centavos, arroba, etc) are necessary to develop automaticity and memory. It has gained insights from brain research about demands on the working brain. As students begin to learn math facts, th

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Measurement tools and skills have a variety of uses in everyday life. The ability to use measuring tools, rulers, thermometers, scales, and to estimate with these tools are necessary skills that enable us to quantify the world around us. They can tell us how tall we are, how hot we are, how much we

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Students will partner up where they measure the length of different body parts to determine it's percentage in relation to their total height. This activity is a fun engaging way to have the students practice solving using percent proportion. The project also gives students exposure to measuring and

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This set is a comprehensive source of practical problems and exercises in Word format. The content of the bank can be copied and pasted to your own lesson plans.
The bank contains 360 fresh and mind-provoking problems and exercises.
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Chapter 1: Whole Numbers Up to 100
Chapter 2: Additio

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This activity includes a handout for the students and a detailed explanation for the teacher. The activity uses gingerbread men as a tool to teach addition or multiplication. This is a hand’s on activity that consist of three parts. In the first part, the student will express addition and/or mu

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These measurement unit and review activities are going to set a new standard for student engagement. You are invited to join us in this journey as we sing and dance our way through class today. Warning:You may have never seen your students get so excited to learn before. Be prepared!
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In this partner project, the students will estimate and measure the height of their pumpkins. Next they will use a balance scale to weigh their pumpkins and discuss more & less. They will also complete a simple addition problem and complete a simple subtraction word problem with a model.

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Ordinal Numbers / Numeros Ordinales words is closely tied to understanding the concepts on which objects or events are being ordered, i.e. comparing heights, comparing volumes, comparing times, comparing areas etc. Once students have learned cardinal numbers, you will have to introduce ordinal numbe

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Activity incorporates elementary mathematics objectives (grades 3 - 5):
-Place Value (through thousands)
-Value
-Expanded Form
-Addition
-Linear Customary Measurement (inches or convert to feet)
Students will work in teams to use as many base ten blocks as possible to build the tallest tower poss

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Find the volume of rectangular prisms by counting cubes and using the length x width x height and base x height formulas. Interactive practice opportunities make this activity engaging and bright graphics bring the wow factor! Students interact with slides by moving pieces around and using text boxe

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Fun brain teaser challenge that utilizes arithmetic skills of measurement in feet and inches, less than, more than, addition & subtraction, so the puzzle is not out of reach for a 4th or 5th-grade student, and still challenging for 8th-grade students.Students are asked to:~determine how many coi

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Also included in: St Patrick's Day Logic Puzzles Gr 5 - 8

We use math every day in our lives! Encourage using math in everyday life with this math scavenger hunt for elementary students.I love this activity because it shows the ways to make math more practical. Discover the ways we use math in our everyday life with this math scavenger hunt! The bright col

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Teaching Fact Families is important since they can help to reinforce the basic facts. Also, they can help to teach the concept of equality. In addition they can help to teach turn around facts (commutative and anticommutative property of addition and subtraction and multiplication and division), a

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Don't let the sneaky leprechauns get your money! Students practice adding money. Coins used are: penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Each coin has a line under it, so that students can add as they go. This March and St. Patrick's Day Themed Math pack is no PREP for you and will be a great help during

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Also included in: No Prep Yearlong Seasonal First Grade Math Bundle

Teaching Fact Families is important since they can help to reinforce the basic facts. Also, they can help to teach the concept of equality. In addition they can help to teach turn around facts (commutative and anticommutative property of addition and subtraction and multiplication and division), ano

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The commutative property / Propiedad Conmutativa is commonly called the flip-flop strategy for students. It refers to the idea that you can flip the two addends, and still get the same total. eg 3 + 5 is the same as 5 + 3. So the commutative property of addition says that the order doesn’t matter

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Numbers Greater than, Less Than and Equal to / Numeros Mayor que, Menor que e igual que are necessary to develop automaticity and memory. It has gained insights from brain research about demands on the working brain. As students begin to learn math facts, their brains are focused on these basic comp

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