I use this in my class to help students come up with their own definitions. It is useful for them to organize ideas. We normally just do it with a couple of words (the easy ones) and they feel confident with it.
Make your own set of multiplication flashcards. You can display them in hangers in your room for students to access them easily, either to practice independently or as an answer key to different multiplication games students play in groups.
With these cards your students can practice addition, subtraction, halving, doubling and multiplication! You can make your own flashcards or let the students play matching games. Great resource for math centers! Enjoy.
P.S: Don't print them double
In this document you will find five multiple-step problems with answers. You can fold up the cards on the dotted line to have the students read the problem, try it on their own and then check their answers.
Great activity for math centers and
With this templates your students can create their own anchor charts to display different multiplication strategies. They'll love to use different materials for their counters. I used: Lentils, beans, googly eyes, crayon pieces... you can become as
We read Muggie Maggie by Beverly Cleary in my class and I made these vocabulary word cards to pre-teach and re-teach some of the challenging words in each of the chapters. Hope you find them helpful too!
I made this display for my math wall when I was teaching Graphs. It was a visual help for my students and they could work on different math centers independently using these anchor charts as a reference. Hope you find it helpful too!