Do your students need practice deciphering between which operation to use in a word problem?
This 20 problem Google Slide is great practice! Word problems include division, multiplication, addition, subtraction, and multi-step. See every problem
This Google Slide is a great tool to use with your students via Google Classroom!
Simply attach this 15 slide Google Slide to an assignment in Google Classroom and select the option for it to make a copy for each student. Students will practice
Multiplication Fact Fluency Pinwheels
Laminate and cut out each pinwheel. Students can then use a dry erase marker to practice their multiplication facts. Students multiply the middle number by each outer number and write the product in the empty
Use these cards as a multiplication practice activity. There are a total of 12 cards (1-12).
Cut each card and fold it in half before laminating. Purchase clothespins (found at the Dollar Tree) and write each multiplication fact equation on it's
This product contains 12 task cards geared towards subtracting across zeros. These task cards are in the shape of a smartphone and have a QR code on them for self-checking. When students scan the QR code, it shows them the answer so that they can
This chart displays expectations for each type of class activity. Print out a copy to display on each table, and handout a copy to each student to put in their binder or glue in their notebook. Great to reference back to!
What better way to have your students share their thoughts on books then through "Book Recommendations"!
This download includes a 3 page PDF file with three pages of book recommendation cards. There are 10 cards per page.
1st Page: "I Love this
This are great for posting on the board reinforcing positive behavior by coloring in a letter. When the class earns every letter colored in, they receive the reward it spells out!
*Stinky Feet (Every takes off their shoes during
These Library Checkout Cards are great to use in your classroom library! They are 3" by 5" and include Title, Checkout Date, Check-in Date, and Basket. I have my classroom library organized by Reading Levels and Genres, so they write which Reading