Candy Bar Fractions (38 pages) is a math literature unit designed to coordinate with Jerry Pallotta's Hersheys(TM) Fractions Book. It contains models of whole candy bars and all the fractional parts as well as an equivalent fractions recording
This product provides activities to go with the book "Divide and Ride" by Stuart J. Murphy. It provides and introduction and practice with division with remainders.
Included in the packet: manipulatives in two sizes, suggestions for using the
This activity coordinates with “Pigs Will Be Pigs” and is a fun way to practice counting money and solving money problems. The booklet can be used in a whole group reading of the story or placed, with the book, in a math work station. An answer key
Dino-Match gives beginning mathematicians practice counting and matching that with either the word form or standard form of the number. Numbers from 1 - 20 are included. This can be laid out in an array as a matching game or used in a variety of
Making tens is foundational for math. This product contains a set of dinosaur themed ten frames, a set of frames to use for subitizing activities, and a set of ten frames modeling number bonds. These are useful for whole group, small group, and
This measurement activity goes with the book "How Big is a Foot?" It includes foot printables in two sizes as well as small group and whole group recording sheets. This is a great introduction to the difference between standard and non-standard
Practice place value with 3 sets of I Have, Who Has Cards. Aligned with Common Core standards, each set contains 12 cards. These sets will help you differentiate according to students' understanding of place value.
Students are introduced to division and fractions using activities that coordinate well with the book "The Doorbell Rang" by Pat Hutchins. Character cards help with acting out the story. Cookies can be printed and used to model the division
This product has 24 matching cards to practice place value. Each number is written as so many hundreds, tens, and ones with the match written in standard form. Use as a "memory" game, scavenger hunt, or for your interactive math notebooks.
Understanding how to compose and decompose the number 10 is a key foundational skill. This product gives you some ways for your students to practice this with a fun popsicle theme.
1. Popsicle Expression Cards – Using some equal signs and number