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Place Value  Place value lessons can be boring, but here are some engaging activities your students will enjoy. source
Integers  Help kids understand integers source
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estimation jar  Check your local dollar store for neat items to add to your estimation jar. Many of the items can be used again as manipulatives or in centers. rainbow jems black stones very small rainbow craft sticks...source
estimation jar  I used an estimation jar every week last year. I started the year with big items like tennis balls and pairs of socks. As the year moved along the items got smaller. Some other ideas are ...source
Estimation jar  I used the estimation jar last year with students and I found it helpful if students filled the jar weekly. Every Friday, students would guess how many items were in the Estimation Jar. The student who came the closest won a prize (lollipop). Then I would them pick a popicle stick (out of a ...source
place value activities  Here is one way that worked for me. A whole week worths of activities were centered around the "place value mat." I used these activities with 2nd and 3rd graders in a multiage. The place value mat is from a book in the series "Developing Number Concepts" from Dale Seymour Publications. I think it is in Book 3. These are also good resources for primary teaching. You can make the "pvmat" by...source
Things to estimate  clothespins bottlecaps beans ketchup packets from McDonalds marbles matchbox cars wads of paper water balloons acorns pinecones pennies milk bottle tops Get students to collect/save some of...source
skip count song  Hi Niki, I teach grade one, but I am sure this song will work for any grade. We sing: skip count, skip count, count by 2's skip count, skip count, count by 2's skip count, skip count, count by 2's we can count to 20 (and you could use any number here) 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20 skip count, skip count, count by 5's skip count, skip count, count by 5's skip count, skip count, count by 5's we can count to 50 5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50 skip count, skip count, count by 10's skip count, skip count, count by 10's skip count, skip count, count by 10's we can count to 100 10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100 Naturally, I cannot tell you the tune. Use whatever tune you wish!! Happy skip counting!! Vanessa source
A+ Math  Online java and nonjava games that allow students to proactice basic math skills in a fun way. In additon there is a worksheet generator and both online and printable flashcards source
Computation and Picture Books  A list of classroom activity ideas and readaloud suggestions for teaching computation skills source
Counting Book  Students listen to Annos Counting Book (or another counting book). Then, they make their own counting books to reinforce basic counting and number concepts source
Counting Number Theme  A collection of games, songs, and art projects for early learners source
EggO  Directions for playing Eggo, a handson game for practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division source
Free Worksheets for Whole Number Arithmetic  Select criteria, then view and print math worksheets for teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division source
How Many Seeds?  A lesson plan with reproducibles. Students show understanding of a numbers value by placing the correct amount of seeds on the corresponding number source
I am the Greatest!  A quick game to reinforce students understanding of place value using teachermade number cards source
Ive Got Your Number  A game suitable for reviewing material covered in any subject. Students must pay close attention because theyre never sure when their answer will be called source
Mathematics Computation (practice Sheets)  Printable worksheets that are different every time you reload the page. Reinforce addition, subtraction, and multiplication of whole numbers source
Number Sets  A Sesame Street Guide to Learning and printable coloring pages about the numbers 1 to 10 source
Numbers You Can Count On  Students use clay to mold numbers with attached counting devices. This lesson is designed for primary or special needs students source
Order of Operations  Students learn the standard order of performing operations and how parentheses can be used to give different meanings to the same numerical and/or variable expression source
Peas and Particles (Estimation Activity)  A handson estimation activity with reproducibles. Students use counting methods to estimate source
Place Value  A reproducible place value chart from the ones to thr hundred millions source
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally  A math mnemonic with a description of its meaning, to teach the order of operations source
Odd and Even Popcorn  A quick kinsethetic activity for practicing even and odd numbers. Directions include an adaptation for use with multiplication tables source
Reinforcement Lesson in Place Value  Play this simple classroom game to reinforce the concept of place value source
Roman Numerals and Dates  Teach your students to read and write dates in Roman numerals. Also, information on the history and use of Roman numerals to the present day source
Space Chase Place Value  A strategic game in which students capture creepy creatures while learning about place value. Directions and reproducible gameboard are included source
The 21 Game  Students try to be the one who says 21 in this classic classroom game source
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