Natasha Impagnatiello

Natasha Impagnatiello

Natasha Impagnatiello
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I love using books to teach division concepts. It really helps connect the story/ real life problem with the math concept.

I love using books to teach division concepts. It really helps connect the story/ real life problem with the math concept.

This simple activity helps kids see the inverse relationship between multiplication and division, practice writing equations and learn multiplication and division fact families! All in a fun and simple way!

This simple activity helps kids see the inverse relationship between multiplication and division, practice writing equations and learn multiplication and division fact families! All in a fun and simple way!

Practice equivalent fractions with this fun powerpoint game for smartboards and interactive boards. CCSS aligned.

Practice equivalent fractions with this fun powerpoint game for smartboards and interactive boards. CCSS aligned.

Do your students need to practice double digit multiplication? Do you want to try QR codes? This freebie is a no risk way to try out these owl themed task cards.

Do your students need to practice double digit multiplication? Do you want to try QR codes? This freebie is a no risk way to try out these owl themed task cards.

These Weekly Multiplication Games are sure to be a hit with students AND parents! Plus, they're a great resources for multiplication facts!

These Weekly Multiplication Games are sure to be a hit with students AND parents! Plus, they're a great resources for multiplication facts!

Multiplication War - after multiplying, player with larger quotient collect both dominoes---or do with addition, or make two digit numbers. FUN way to practice!

Multiplication War - after multiplying, player with larger quotient collect both dominoes---or do with addition, or make two digit numbers. FUN way to practice!

Have your students demonstrate their understanding of the multiplication strategies by creating an adorable monster. This hands-on activity requires students to use repeated addition, the commutative property, groups, and arrays. There are three different monsters that students can make.

Have your students demonstrate their understanding of the multiplication strategies by creating an adorable monster. This hands-on activity requires students to use repeated addition, the commutative property, groups, and arrays. There are three different monsters that students can make.

Two sheets of sticker paper and one bag of 3/4-inch wood blocks for $3.99: That's all this little game requires. Sometimes the simplest a...

Two sheets of sticker paper and one bag of 3/4-inch wood blocks for $3.99: That's all this little game requires. Sometimes the simplest a...