I designed this Lesson Center as a fun way for my students to practice adding and subtracting with and without regrouping, including across zeros. The students really enjoyed the ability to dream about what they would buy if they had LOTS of money
This is a simple Bingo game I play after the first few lessons in the Geometry Unit. There are so many new vocabulary words, this gives the kids a chance to see if they really know what each word means and gives the teacher a chance to see who
This is a simple "making 10" game where students use a die to roll numbers and fill in their equation card, if possible. For students who need help, you may add a set of blocks and a ten frame to build the numbers.
This is similar to other word games out there where students pass a bag with the cards around. As they pull out a card, they must answer the math fact correctly in order to keep it. If they pull out a "POW!" card, they must give all their cards to
Students record how numbers and math are all around them, and display this using a Thinking Map! In the first box, students write their name. In the next row of empty boxes, students choose numbers that relate to themselves, like number of
These are great little "love notes" that you may send home daily or weekly. It's a great way for your students and your parents to know that you are looking for the positives in the day, and don't just focus on the negatives. These are designed