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Hands Off Me Gold is a FUN March Math file folder game that is designed to help students practice addition and subtraction facts 0-30. Your students are going to LOVE this St. Patrick’s Day themed math center with leprechauns, pots and gold coins!
Included: Gold coins with (numbers used are from 0 – 30) Also included are blank gold coins and pots so that you can design the game even further. Can be used with PreK to 2nd grade because .
Here are 12 Math worksheets with a Christmas theme for use anytime in December! As students are beginning to work with equivalent fractions these worksheets will help them relationships. (Denominators up to 12 – Answer Keys included)
There are 3 different posters – Each of the Hundreds Chart / Square with a cute animal theme.
4 Fraction Wall posters (or handouts)! You’ll get (one with fractions and one without) and (also one with fractions and one without.
Students love playing games! Have them knowledge and reinforce those with this FUN card game! It is themed for February – Valentine’s Day but can be used anytime of the year because students will love the hearts and penguins. Multiplication facts 0-10 are included.
- – 96 math cards
- – 2 wild cards
- – Cover for the back of each card
Detailed game !
This resource can be used for during December and give lessons a Christmas holiday twist!
- * Nutcracker themed number cards 1 – 120
- * Extra blank cards
- * 100s chart poster and handout
- * Addition table
- * Multiplication table
Help students by given! 168 problems – 14 worksheets, each with 12 problems (partitioned circles). – .
There are pages that focus solely on one fraction type (i.e. ) and pages that will have mixed types (). I have also included different names for the same fraction (i.e. ). All pages are in color but can easily be printed in grey-scale if needed! Answer Keys are provided
Give your students a fun way to practice their multiplication facts! Your students will love this fast paced math game with included fun twists such as: the ‘Green Horn‘, ‘Stampede!’, ‘Playing in the Mud‘, ‘Stomped‘ and ‘Growing Herd‘. Your students are going to want to play this game again and again!
- – Game instructions
- – Game Cards (all facts 0-12 PLUS fun ‘twist’ game cards)
- – (Optional) Card backs
- – (Optional) Answer Keys
, your students will have !
The resource begins with repeated addition (to reinforce the concept of addition in relation to multiplication) and ends with students completing all multiplication facts.
Fraction strips to help students learn about fractions (1 whole, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10). These strips will help students visualize the equality of fractions.
Preparation: Print and cut.
(Optional: Laminate prior to cutting if you want the strips to last for a long period of time)
10 Worksheets on place value (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands)
Pictures are displayed using base 10 blocks.
Give students the practice they need to master beginning long division with these 10 worksheets (160 problems) resource. Students will solve division problems with 2 digit dividends and 1 digit quotients. (No remainders) – Answer Keys provided
This resource, Skip Counting by 2, 5 and 10 for 1st Grade, is perfect for any study or review of skip counting (by 2s, 5s and 10s) during the Winter months!
Here is a 2 page resource for students to use when learning about fractions. Page one shows fraction circles with no labels. Page two has the identical fraction circles only they are labeled. (All B/W)
Fractions: 1 whole, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10
Perfect for 2nd and 3rd grades, this resource includes 3 sets of cards to play a matching game. Each set includes 22 cards to create 11 matches. Students will need to either add or subtract to find the matches. *Play as a memory (concentration) game by turning the cards face down. Have each player on his or her turn, turn over two cards. If they match they keep those cards, if they do not match they turn them back face down and it is then the next person’s turn. At the end of the game, the player with the most cards win!
– On card would say…15 less than 31
– The matching card would be…16
You can use all sets separately or combine them for bigger games!
Multiplication worksheets designed to help 2nd and 3rd grade students learn multiplication! Your students will love completing the single digit multiplication problems wrapped in valentine designs. These pages will help students…understand multiplication as well as practice and reinforce their knowledge of facts. (See more in the description below)
Christmas Math for 2nd and 3rd Grades is a large download with ! Great for math centers, seat work, cooperative learning and/or fun holiday related homework. (Although this unit was designed for 2nd and 3rd grades, it would work wonderful for advanced 1st grade or remedial 4th grade!)
. Designed for 2nd – 3rd Grades, students will demonstrate the ability to…
- – Determine the quantity of shapes shown
- – Create equations from arrays
- – Create arrays from given equations
? A multiplication array is simply an arrangement of rows or columns that matches a multiplication equation. Students can more readily develop an understanding of multiplication concepts when they see visual representations of the computation process. Arrays are also the easiest and most logical way to show kids the commutative property of multiplication.
Included: 30 worksheets + answer keys.
This b/w resource includes two reference posters that will allow your students to visually see (and learn) about place value!
The clearly displays place value (using base ten blocks) for ones, tens, hundreds and thousands.
The displays a table showing place value up through a hundred million as well as explains how to write expanded notation.