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Number conversations can be built into your daily schedule as short, daily exercises aimed at building number sense. Number sense is the ability to understand numbers and quantities, to use numbers flexibly, and to perform calculations mentally. According to research, students in the United States l

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This is a six page set of Multiplication Mosaics... A fun and engaging way for students to practice their multiplication facts. To use, simply solve the problems in the picture, then use the color key to finish off the puzzle. My students absolutely love these! Maybe yours will too!

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Equality in math can be an incredibly difficult concept for our students, but it is a critical one. Our Primary Leaders must understand that numbers can be composed and decomposed in a variety of ways. These number balances are the perfect way to integrate addition, subtraction, and equality into on

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Also included in: Talking Numbers Bundle: Building Mental Math in Primary Learners

Subitizing is the ability to quickly identify the number in a group of objects without individually counting the objects. Subitizing is a concrete way to explore composing and decomposing numbers. Students will see dot patterns in different ways, and that is a great thing. When showing students 6, m

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Also included in: Talking Numbers Bundle: Building Mental Math in Primary Learners

Arrow Math prompts ask students to do some fairly abstract thinking. Students must have a solid grasp of place value, counting on and back, as well as, adding and subtracting groups of ten. Without these foundations your students will struggle to complete these problems mentally. Initially, you may

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Put aside the worksheets and get your students reviewing math concepts, working together, and moving while working on their mental math facts with this fun math circle. Students practice their math facts and skills by making and solving different number sentences - all 4 operations are included in

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Use these hands-on lesson plans, games, and printables to explore subtraction strategies with a number line. Students will explore the subtraction strategies of "counting back" and "counting up" in a concrete way, using a number line and wands. The old lady demonstrates subtraction by eating the don

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The 100s chart offers a concrete visual of place value and how numbers are composed. While students learn to subitize dot patterns, they can also learn to subitize larger quantities when looking at them in terms of 10s and 1s. If students can fluently count by 10s, they’ll easily and quickly be able

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Also included in: Talking Numbers Bundle: Building Mental Math in Primary Learners

Flexibility in number thinking is a critical skills in beginning mathematicians. Students must understand that 7 can be made from 4 and 3, 2 and 5, 6 and 1, or 7 and 0. The prompts in this resource, provide students a "Target Number" and ask students to use some of the provided numbers to hit the ta

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Math SmartBoard Lessons: Composing Numbers, Decomposing Numbers, Number Bonds, Part-Part-Whole, Partitioning
Teach an entire math concept on the SmartBoard! This resource contains 66 slides to teach your students about number decomposition. Each number from 2 to 10 comes with 6 interactive mini-l

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In these already-solved word problems, students are asked to choose a correct answer, explain their thinking, and then, explain why a second answer is incorrect. These higher-order thinking problems are perfect for Q3 and Q4 as students are learning to analyze others' mathematical thinking and expla

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Also included in: Talking Numbers Bundle: Building Mental Math in Primary Learners

Counting to 100 is Common Core friendly and focuses on encouraging children to count over and over in fun and engaging ways.
This product can be bought here at a reduced price as part of a bundle of my K.CC.A.1, K.CC.A.2 and K.CC.A.3 products.
Counting to 10
- I Can statements for K.CC.1
- 0-99 a

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As students become skilled mathematicians, they understand that numbers have meaning. Numbers can represent quantities, a solution to a problem, or even a way to improve lives. Word problems help students realize the power and reality of numbers. This resource offers students 30 "answers" and asks t

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Also included in: Talking Numbers Bundle: Building Mental Math in Primary Learners

If your students love Science Doodles, they just might love Math Doodles too!
This product is also sold in the FULL YEAR of Math Doodles 21 Bundle SET
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Here is another set of six multiplication mosaics for you to use to help your students remember those multiplication facts. This is a new set of mosaics just completed! Students solve the problems and use the color key to finish the picture. My students BEG to do these! If you like this set, please

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This Product contains a PowerPoint Presentation consisting of Customary Measurement. It is aligned to the common core standards, as well as the mathematical practices. It is designed to enhance conceptual development, critical thinking, and problem solving skills.
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Customary Length (19

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Odd Number Out prompts ask students to do some fairly abstract thinking. Students are given a set of number and must decide what number does not belong justifying their answer. With multiple correct answers for each card, student must have a solid grasp of number relationships, skip counting, place

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Making a Ten is a 3 day lesson that allows students to practice with visuals for making ten then connecting the ten frames to number bonds. The last component of the 3 day lesson is to apply the making a ten strategy to add numbers that equal more than 10.
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Double Digit Addition (without regrouping) Scoot game!
Set up the room with one problem on each desk - students scoot from desk to desk completing the addition problems on their recording sheet.
Perfect for 2nd grade common core standard:
NBT.B.5

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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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If your students love Science Doodles, they just might love Math Doodles too!
This product is also sold in the FULL YEAR of Math Doodles 21 Bundle SET
BUY now for BIG SAVINGS of 21 Bundle SET found here!
If you are looking for JUST the FOLDABLES (ALL 68) BUNDLE Click Here!
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Dilemmas in Minecrafting Performance Task for 3rd grade
In the Dilemmas in Minecrafting Performance Task, students use real information and situations from the popular video game Minecraft to practice using division to solve one-step and two-step problems and to extend into inverse operations with

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Two Digit Subtraction Without Regrouping Smartboard and PowerPoint lesson is an easy way for your students to learn subtract larger numbers. This product is self-checking and provides instant feedback for each activity. After the lesson, you can give your students a worksheet and a math game for pra

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An important part of teaching primary students is to build number fluency and flexibility. Students should be able to encounter numbers in a variety of formats and engage with them in a variety of ways. During our Representing Numbers conversations, I encourage students to branch outside of the typi

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Also included in: Talking Numbers Bundle: Building Mental Math in Primary Learners

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