Math 4 You and Me

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This is a bingo game for a fun way to practice equivalent fractions. The calling-cards have the fractions in simplest form. The bingo boards have several fractions that are equivalent to each fraction on the calling-cards. There are 14 bingo boards.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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\$1.50
19 ratings
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This has the images for 3 six-sided dice with different combinations of coins. There is one coin on each face of the dice.
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\$1.50
9 ratings
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This fun pack has 2 bingo games. Both have pictures of base-10 blocks on the boards and numerals on the calling-cards. 11-30 Bingo uses the numbers 11 through 30. 11-60 Bingo uses pairs of numbers that students might confuse such as 51 and 15. The
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\$3.00
4 ratings
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This pack contains 2 interactive SmartBoard lessons. One lesson uses the area model for multiplying two fractions. The other lesson involves multiplying a fraction with a whole number. In the area model lesson, I have fractions shaded vertically in
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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\$4.00
2 ratings
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This is a game that helps students understand the place value of decimals and their relative size. It is a fun way for students to explore the meaning of decimals, especially if students use concrete materials (such as base-10 blocks) to show what
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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\$2.00
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This contains 4 SmartBoard lessons using images of bean sticks for counting and beginning place value.
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This game is designed to practice the three ways to write division. Students frequently mix up where to write the divisor and the dividend. A friend and I created this game to help students with this. I have included a SmartBoard version of the game.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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\$4.00
1 rating
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This is a game to compare values of coin combinations.
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This is a fun twist on traditional multiplication tables.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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FREE
3 ratings
4.0
This is a concentration game that matches pairs of factors that have the same product. It is a fun way for students to make connections, increase flexible thinking, and solidify their multiplication facts. This game can be used throughout the year.
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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\$2.00
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This spinner has eight sections with either a penny, a nickel, a dime, or a quarter in each section. Both front and back of the coins are included.
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FREE
8 ratings
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This pack has 8 work mats, 4 story mats, and recording sheets for students to explore muliplication. The mats are designed for students to put counters in the spaces and move them together to get the products. This emphasizes that multiplication
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This is a concentration (or matching) game for numbers 11 through 60. Half of the cards have pictures of base-10 blocks and half of the cards have the matching numerals. Because of the pictures of the base-10 blocks, this activity can help students
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FREE
8 ratings
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I have taught math at many levels and have worked with a variety of students including the following: average, gifted, learning disabled, English as a second language learners. I have been a math resource teacher for many years.

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I believe that it is important to help students become problem solvers by building flexible thinking, conceptual understanding, and number sense.

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