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Array CityThis activity is a fun way to introduce, reinforce, and to practice multiplication and division! Children will each make an array of windows on a skyscraper and write the two multiplication and two division problems that relate to their array onto a label. Bonus ActivityA second craft, "
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The 'Adventure Time Theme Park' booklet is a fantastic resource for upper primary/middle school students, as it encourages collaboration, problem solving and creativity, as well as fundamental math skills such as addition and multiplication. In order to design their theme park, students must work
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This product is an opportunity for your students to put their multiplication and decision making to good use. Students will complete 7 tasks to plan a trip to Disney. They will have to determine who is going on their trip, how they will get there, where to stay, food choices, souvenirs, and ticket
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This unit is an ongoing project for those students who constantly finish before every one else. These activities are leveled so that students can start at the bottom and work their way up through all activities. These math activities are challenging, and require the student to think deeply about num
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This activity is a fun way to reinforce and help your students better understand multiplication and division! Students will make their own gingerbread houses with windows or candy pieces organized into an array. They will also write the two multiplication and two division problems that relate to
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This math project reminds students that they can subtract using a variety of strategies. Students must draw & cross out counters in tens frames; complete a fact family (think addition to subtract); create a part-part-whole chart; hop on a number line; and complete a number sentence. Additional
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Fill your room or hallway with GIANTS as students learn to apply estimating, measurement, and doubling measurements in a dramatic way. Plus you can include reading and writing instruction in this Jack and the Beanstalk elementary math lesson. After estimating the end result, children measure the di
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'2016 Rio Olympics Tour Design' - A group problem solving math project Are you one of the hundreds of teachers who have enjoyed my Group Problem Solving Projects? Then you'll love my newest edition! The 'Rio Olympics Tour Design' booklet is a fantastic resource for upper primary/middle school s
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Money 3rd Grade: Counting Money 3rd Grade - Determine the value of a collection of coins and bills. | 3.NBT.A.2 | 4.MD.A.2 | TEKS 3.4C | 3.4C | Add | Subtract | Add Money | Subtract Money | Add and Subtract Decimals | 3rd grade | 4th Grade | This product includes the following resources to support
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Need an extremely engaging way to motivate your kiddos to practice their multiplication facts? Well, now you have it! This fun file contains 11 Military Missions (themed activities and games) to whip your little soldiers into shape! Perfect for Veteran's Day as well!! These games are also includ
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Using number bonds in K-2 classrooms is a great way to help students understand part-whole relationships at an early age. If students understand how to compose and decompose numbers easily, they will be able to break apart numbers and find compatible numbers when doing “mental math” in addition and
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This is a wonderful addition to your arrays unit. It is a simple project that is highly engaging. Students will use their knowledge of arrays to make a creative picture! I hope your students love it as much as mine did.
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Whip your little soldiers into shape and help them declare war on word problems!! Perfect for Veteran's Day as well!! Operation Cobra Monkey- 2 Differentiated Games Game A: one digit by one digit multiplication word problems Game B: three digit by one digit multiplication word problems Soldier
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Fill your room or hallway with GIANTS as students learn to apply estimating, measurement, and doubling measurements in a dramatic way. Plus you can include reading and writing instruction in this Jack and the Beanstalk elementary math lesson. After estimating the end result, children measure the di
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This math project reminds students that they can add using a variety of strategies. Four ways to add are shown in this project; students must draw a picture; create a part-part-whole chart; hop on a number line; and use the commutative property. It is great to assign this as a take-home project in
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NOTE: THIS IS ALSO INCLUDED IN DOODLE CHALLENGE BUNDLE 3- click here to view: • Doodle Challenges BUNDLE 3These doodle challenges were created to not only inspire art and creativity with kids, but to also work on the math topics of addition and subtraction word problems. Please download the preview
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A handy helper for our students learning their doubles facts. This interactive note-booklet follows the common lyrics for "The Doubles Rap". I found two of these songs, so here are the lyrics included in this packet:It's the doubles baby, let' go let's go,It's the doubles baby, and it starts with ze
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Looking for something fun for your kids to practice real world math problems? Your students can plan their own vacation by going on a cruise. This project will get your students excited about doing math. The students will be plan a cruise using a budget sheet. They will have \$3,000 to spend going on
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This is a mat that students can use to count to 100. On the 100th day of school students can make a necklace with Cheerios or fruit loops, but first they should place the fruit loops on the ten-frame mat until they reach 100. Then they can remove them and string them onto a piece of twine or yarn
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Whip your little soldiers into shape and help them declare war on arrays!! Perfect for Veteran's Day as well!! Get in Formation- Using arrays in multiplication problems Game 1: students are given specific equations (answer key) Game 2: students roll a die to create their own equations to build a
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This is a performance based math task aligned with the Common Core for grades1-5. In this task, children are given "budget" of \$40.00 to spend at the grocery store. They are given specific criteria to follow. It is so much fun to watch as they problem solve and grabble their way through tis task!
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Looking for a project for your students to practice using multiplication and division to create a fair share of items? This is a perfect opportunity for students to engage in a fun project while working cooperatively together.
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Teaching students cribbage improves their mental math, problem solving and strategies. It also allows them to be social with peers and get involved with parents. When having students learn cribbage I made this research sheet. They had to finish the investigation to be allowed to play in our class
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Division Diner is a set of math and science centers and activities. Can be used as division centers or division worksheets. Includes:four math centers whole group math gametwo science centerswhole group science root beer float activityFind pictures and how I used each one on my instagram account @mi
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