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Your students will truly be "100 Days Smarter" with this video, in which they practice counting to 100 two times. First, they read happy cartoon numbers as they sing. Next, they read numbers that pop out of the 100's chart (as seen in the preview). This song can reinforce many concepts on the 100th

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This song uses the character and tune of "Miss Mary Mack" to create fun addition problems for students. Use the video to introduce problem solving, as an integral part of a problem-solving lesson, and for review. This song is designed to teach the following Common Core State Standard:
CCSS.Math.Con

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Hello teachers!
This video shows you 6 strategies for dividing large numbers by one digit numbers.
The Common Core requires 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders to find whole-number quotients of whole numbers using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship betwee

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Increase student engagement and retention with this song teaching students about improper fractions. Students will see examples of how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers and mixed numbers to improper fractions.
All of our teacher-created music videos are standards aligned and used in cl

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This fun song will help students to identify the unknown number in addition and subtraction equations. On screen graphics provide plenty of examples for students to try to figure out the missing number on their own while the song will have kids dancing in their seats!
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Children learn basic subtraction concepts with "Five Little Monkeys." This song is great for pre-K - 2, and teaches the following Common Core State Standards:
CCSS.Math.Content.K.OA.A.1
Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings1, sounds (e.g., claps), acting

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Get this as part of a bundle: Back to School Preschool Beginning of the Year Music Bundle!

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Introducing integers, adding integers and graphing integers are the focal points of this activity. Adding and Graphing Integers presents the “Super Hero Quiz Show”, a game show video with a twist. Keeping score is done entirely by teams of students. A correct answer from Biggy Boy, Mighty Girl or th

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This is not the worst 15 minutes of your life, but if you're teaching division, it will confirm that you're probably doing your students a great disservice if they're not dealing with division problems on a regular basis that have remainders, and, more importantly, depending on the context, the rema

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Some children just need to practice counting patterns over and over in order to remember them. I have found creating a video where there is nothing but the numbers helps them to focus better on the pattern. This video is counting backwards by 10s from 200 to 0.
This resource could be used for anyon

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This is lessons 2 - 5 of the series Create a Times Table Quiz while learning Spreadsheets.
Spreadsheets can be a teachers worst nightmare when trying to teach students. Use these resources to combine spreadsheet skills with creating a working quiz so the students can test their own times table skil

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Get your scholars totally enchanted with math by using the Multiplication Nation skip counting sequences. As soon as students learn these numbers sequences, multiplication success is instant.
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* Multiplication Skip Counting Video
* Skip Counting Strips
* Supporting Documents on the Skip C

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See how simple objects like tiles, stickers, rubber stamps, dice, and graph paper help teach students important concepts in number theory: factors, primes, composites, and square numbers...not to mention the great reinforcement of multiplication facts. Designed for grades 2 - 5.
If you have any q

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Kids who have strong number sense understand what numbers are, how they relate to each other, and the affects that different operations have on them. These kids can easily compose and decompose numbers and are able to make reasonable estimates making computation much easier. In other words, kids w

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This fun hands-on project is a great way to reinforce counting and develop number sense in preschoolers, kindergartners, and first graders. It's best done in small groups of 4-5 students. The pdf version of the lesson can be found at: http://www.kidnexions.com/kidsmath/resources
CCSS: K.CC.1; K

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Elementary Mathematics Specialist, Karyn Hodgens, shows how to teach long division in a way that uses estimation skills and number sense. In addition, it helps solidify the relationship between multiplication and division. If we can provide our students with a variety of strategies to solve math p

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Elementary Mathematics Specialist, Karyn Hodgens, shares a fun project that can be done with preschoolers through first graders* that reinforces beginning number concepts.
Using their own fingerprints as the main attraction, students create three cute ladybugs on their "canvas". They then add dots

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This 3.5 minute video uses the formula for the area of a circle to explain why it’s always best to buy a larger pizza. This is NEED TO KNOW information!
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Enjoy!
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Computers can only store information in the form of ON and OFF, or 0 and 1.
If that is the case, how do we represent numbers that don't have 0s and 1s? How would we write 2, or 3, or 4, or 345,684?
Computers use a language called binary to write all of those numbers in terms of 0s and 1s. Just li

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“Infinite Worksheets Sampler” is a free computer program (PC/Mac) which allows you to select from a catalog of 10 sample worksheets from my Addition, Subtraction and In/Out Boxes Infinite Worksheets products. The software is fully functional and allows you to create copies in a matter of minutes. Co

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We all think differently. Differentiation is necessary in every classroom. This strategy was used with a student who was unsuccessful with other strategies.
I called this "Family Values." Family value means that each place value (ones, tens, hundreds, and etc.) is a family. Numbers move from one f

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In this video you'll see how students can use this Integer Operations Manipulative to add and subtract integers. You'll see how the tool can be used to find -5 + 12 and 3 - 8.
I created this manipulative for my graduate thesis and tested it out with my own students. My students were solving advanc

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Get your scholars totally enchanted with multiplication and math by using the Multiplication Nation skip counting sequences. As soon as students learn these numbers sequences, multiplication success is instant. This lyrical video will help your scholar love what they learn.
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* Multiplicat

Spreadsheets can be a teachers worst nightmare when trying to teach students. Use these resources to combine spreadsheet skills with creating a working quiz so the students can test their own times table skills.
These lessons cover many different spreadsheet skills that the students needs. We also

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Do you students struggle with mental math? Use simple manipulatives and materials to develop number sense and math fact automaticity! Don't forget to grab your Magic number freebie!

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Traditional multiplication can be a challenge for students. This video highlights some strategies for teachers to try in their classrooms. It also includes two practice pages to use with students.
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*Teacher tip video for teachers
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Welcome to the wonderful world of Visual Fractions - Comparing Fractions!
Using this method, students will learn to compare fractions using ONLY visual models.
Students learn how to draw their fractions and then compare the drawing to determine which is greater than, less than or equal to, the o

The first step in understanding how to build your own website or web app from scratch is to learn about HTML. Writing an HTML document is not programming, but it is the way that documents appear on a web browser.
In this video, I explain the main features of HTML, define important terms, and demon

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No experience needed in programming. Tie together the concept of math arrays and also learn the basics of coding. Scratch is a free online coding platform and I walk you through all the steps needed to make a simple program of an accelerating apple. Coding is a great way to introduce STEM into your

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No experience needed in programming. Tie together the concept of math arrays and also learn the basics of coding. Scratch is a free online coding platform and I walk you through all the steps needed to make a simple program of a math array. Coding is a great way to introduce STEM into your classroom

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Simple strategy to help kids decide on the operation they need!
A Flow Chart and a Comic Strip Math template is included.

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This is a lesson modeling how to find simplest form also known as reducing fractions. It is a building lesson that begins using fraction tiles for a conceptual component and then transitions into a procedural method for putting fractions in simplest form. Students will self-discover the why behind

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