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a woman standing in front of a blackboard with numbers written on it and her hands out
Regrouping Subtraction
Subtraction with regrouping Song. I would also like to teach with checking each place value from left to right before beginning subtraction. This might be an additional add on.
a blue table topped with paper cutouts and labels on it's sides that spell out square, rectangle, and squares
Qommon Qore Quads...
quadrilaterals poster for kids to make!
a white board with writing on it that says quadntifias and four sided polygon
a poster with some writing on it that says division and division, which is written in different colors
Probably gonna need this for Jett and Jocelynn (hopefully it prevents some meltdowns for you know who)
a poster with words and pictures on it that say perimeter is can look like
Home - The Classroom Key
Perimeter is/can game, and this anchor chart
four different types of subtraction cards with the words subtraction on them
Multi-Step Word Problems, Math Skits, and a FREEBIE
Teaching in Paradise: Multi-Step Word Problems, Math Skits, and a FREEBIE
a family tree is shown on a piece of paper
Math Charts
geometry family tree
an office decorated in bright colors with pictures on the wall and desks around it
Rivet, Rivet, Do You Rivet? Teaching Note-Taking Skills with Interactive Readers Notebook & Matching Anchor Charts, Ooh La La!
Frames for anchor charts
four pieces of colored paper with numbers and times on them sitting next to each other
Create multiple or factor flags
a sign that says six models for teaching decimals
Fly on the Math Teacher's Wall: Place Value
Improve your students understanding of PLACE VALUE with these SIX models for teaching decimals. Make sure your students have concrete, hands-on experiences before moving to abstract thinking. #math #decimals
a blackboard with some writing on it that says, students earn, lost, and spend money in our classroom
Classroom Economy: Day One
Getting a classroom economy started on the first day of school. What to do with your students.
several numbered numbers are shown on top of each other in blue, green and white
Math Division Wheels...would be really cool to make them for addition and subtraction facts using paint chips. Great for math center/math rti