Chrisy Borcek
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"Guess Who" game with numbers let kids practice with number properties. "Is your number greater than 10?" "Is your number even?"

Love this idea! What's the number? Kids ask questions like Is the number greater than/less than. Is the number between ___ and ___? Is the number in the tens place ____? Or students may ask in number sentences- - Is the number

Addition/Subtraction Ideas.....Give kids the popsicle sticks and let them put it in the correct pumpkin

I could totally do this with money-- dollars on a pumpkin then popsicle sticks with bills and coins that add up to the amount. Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

Like this connection between base 10 blocks and hundreds chart. Place value connection...combining a hundreds chart with base-10 blocks to see tens and ones.

Like this connection between base 10 blocks and hundreds chart. Place value connection - combining a hundreds chart with blocks to see tens and ones.

Numbersearches! Choose a number, write it in the middle box. Kids search vertically, horizontally and diagonally to find addends that equal the number. Good for numbers 7-20. It's a great activity for when you only have a few spare minutes!

High Level Executive Function/Attention: Number Searches - Choose a number, write it in the middle box. Search vertically, horizontally and diagonally to find addends that equal the number.

Learn how to use interactive number lines in your classroom to teach whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Use this fun and interactive math activity to develop conceptual understanding all students. FREE templates included.

Older students need to move like this too! Learn how to use interactive number lines in your classroom to teach whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Use this fun and interactive math activity to develop conceptual understanding all students.

Great trick for teaching how to make 10. Students use a highlighter to find the "10" and then circle the other number with a crayon. Brilliant!

-teaches students to interpret mathematics mentally and using less abstract methods such as grouping

Multiplication

send home nightly/ weekly to be sure parents know where students are on their times tables or change for addition/subtraction