Daily-Engaging, Interactive Math Practice in one folder!
I use this folder in many ways. In my class we call the folder our Math Friend.
I use them if I need the students to pick up and work on something quickly (i.e. parent in the room).
I use them when we do calendar, it keeps the kids engaged perfectly. They love to fill in the information in their Math Friend as I do the calendars.
“I’m done!” This folder is great for early finishers I sometimes tell them which pages to do when they are finished early or I let them free style (do any page they like).
When my students finish their morning work they pick their Math Friend right up and get busy.
I use these folders a TON during math lessons (saves a bunch of copies). For example if I am teaching double digit subtraction with borrowing the kids can have the subtraction box page open to work along with me.
I use these in my math workshop. I may make a table one of the pages and add number cards, extra dice, spinners, etc
I print the pages on bright colors and either laminate and hole punch the pages or put them in page protectors. I put the pages in a folder with brads. I staple a baggie on the inside- the kids keep a paperclip, dry erase marker and a small piece of a magic eraser (these work way better to erase!!!!!!). You can also use a pencil pouch but those add up!
math reference sheets
blank 100 chart
build a number to 10
build a teen number
single digit addition
single digit subtraction
combinations of 10
double digit addition
double digit subtraction
three digit addition
three digit subtraction
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