Free Apple Playdough Mats - Playdough To Plato
Activity for ages 2 to 5. We love playdough recipes and activities! With fall just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to whip up a batch of oh-so-yummy green apple playdough and get some hands-on number practice. These free apple playdough mats are a perfect preschool math activity for fall. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. […]
FREE Sorting Shapes Practice Pages- Both 2-d and 3-d (Solid) Shapes
This FREE packet includes three practice pages for students to sort both 2-d and 3-d shapes. On one page, students sort circles and triangles, while on another, students sort cones and cylinders. On the last page, students must sort squares and cubes, noticing which are flat and which are solid shap...
How to Teach Arrays
I love learning about arrays because they are so visual which allows for a lot of really fun rectangular arrays activities and practice! I l...
Fun with Customary Measurement Conversions
Teaching measurement can seem like such a struggle. Even when you provide plenty of opportunities for kids to practice with hands-on activities, they just don't seem to catch on. This post includes information about resources for teaching customary measurement conversions and a free foldable to download and use with interactive notebooks.
Measurement Conversions (A Different Approach!)
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Writing in the High School Math Classroom
Writing in math class…wait you're going to give us a grade on how well we write… this isn't English class!!! I am sure you have heard those words :) It is seriously astonishing how poorly my students (and maybe your students too :) can explain things that they have learned in math class. Even when I think I have explained things UNBELIEVABLY WELL I have been discouraged to find that my students can't explain or sometimes even write a coherent sentence about the given topic. When I have my…
Roll It! Rounding Game
This FREE rounding game worked great in my math centers! The game board for rounding numbers to the nearest ten was perfect practice for my 3rd graders.
Monster Play Dough Math Mats
These monster play dough math mats will fit right in with your Halloween activities. I like this fuzzy, non-scary, kid-friendly monster -- so cute! To make the mats, print them out and either laminate them or