les 70 et les 90 Madame Zolondek taught me this trick and it's magical for those few students who just can't seem to get reading the 70 and 90 numerals in French. Here are some posters to demonstrate the trick for students. Here are some handy school or home practice card kits. They are printed on different colours of card stock with suggestions on how to use them in English with the idea that parents will also understand the task. They are gathered onto a ring for practice.
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Teacher Tools for Interactive Whiteboards ↓ Skip to Main Content Home Resources Teacher Tools Numbers to Ten on the TenFrame Geometric Gift Boxes with Free Printable Sep 3 By Mini-eco I love geometric boxes and bright colors so it seemed like a good idea to bring the two together! These gift boxes are great for wrapping small gifts or for housing yummy treats.
Pocket Chart Number Cards to 1,000 - Math Coach's Corner You can thank my girl Keisha for tonight’s freebie. My second grade teachers are working on numbers up to 1,000, and Keisha sashayed into my room today with this GREAT idea! Wouldn’t it be cool to have number cards for the hundreds pocket chart that went beyond 100…say, up to 1,000? The Elementary Math Maniac: Bug Themed 20 Frames I love using 5, 10 and 20 frames in the classroom! These are a great way to build numeracy and additive reasoning with your students. If you are new to using these frames or want to learn a few new tricks, check out the ideas below or pick up a copy of It Makes Sense!
Number Frames Overview Number Frames help students structure numbers to five, ten, twenty, and one hundred. Students use the frames to count, represent, compare, and compute with numbers in a particular range. The frames help students see quantities as equal groups of other quantities and in relation to benchmark quantities. Manipulatives Coming August 2016 Coming August 2016 Coming August 2016 Coming August 2016 Coming August 2016 Redeeming Codes I have a code to redeem. What now? To redeem your code, click here. Droite numérique How To Use Number Line Working with Jumps Scrolling the Number Line More Toolbar Items Workstations, Not Worksheets! There's no getting around it...students need to practice math. But how you accomplish that practice is an instructional decision. I'm a big proponent of a math workshop approach with meaningful, flexible workstations. Let's look at how workstation task cards can grow with your students and allow you to easily differentiate your instruction.
Robot Rules Function Tables I love function tables for practicing facts! Not only do students develop fact fluency through practice, but with function tables they also develop a deeper understanding of the relationship between the operations. I've just finished up my first Robot Rules product--a Valentine-themed set for addition and subtraction--and I wanted to give you a closer look.One option for the cards is to laminate them and place them in a workstation with wipe-off markers. I would definitely suggest, however, using one of the recording sheet options to provide accountability and serve as a formative assessment. The 1-star cards are the easiest. The input numbers and the rule are given and students only need to apply the rule to the input numbers to find the output.
Doubles Maths Game Summary: This maths addition game is a fun maths lesson that teaches the Doubles Addition Facts. These number facts are essential for efficient mental computations. This addition game aims to make the learning of these number facts a more enjoyable. The aim of the indoor or outdoor game is to encourage 'automacy' in the recall of basic addition facts. In my classrooms I do a lot of work on the need for efficiency in doing mental computations. We aim for, 'SEE IT, SAY IT'.