# Maths display

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I love the thinking involved in this simple math challenge. I call it 'Can You Make It?' Here is what the game might look like. And ye...

Free printables nets for making 3D shapes. Print and fold a cube, cylinder, cone, and more. These printable shapes are perfect for math resources on a budget

Teaching fractions with play-doh! This help students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually.

Tricks to learn Division Vocabulary and a FREEBIE! Learn some really great tricks to help your students know the difference between Quotient, Divisor, and Dividend!

Use this anchor chart to help students remember the difference between factors and multiples. ...

Organization and Management, a little of each. This post gives 2 ideas for classroom management and 3 tips for classroom organization

FREE Mean, Median, Mode & Range posters

10 pages. Help students learn to count to 10 and identify numbers, with this cute apple craftivity. Also includes "sliders" for skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's, and 10's. This is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop. Click on the link to get your free copy today: "...

I recently made this matching activity for my younger kids out of Easter eggs. I bought a pack of 18 eggs from the dollar store and knew I w...

Inexpensive STEM ideas for kids. STEM on a budget. Cheap STEM supplies and activities for putting together awesome STEM challenges. STEM ideas for preschool, kindergarten, and grade school kids.

My second son is currently working on counting coins, which can be kind of an abstract concept – especially since a dime is smaller than a penny! He is pretty solid on the value of each coin, so I came up with a few activities to help him practice counting different types of coins together. […]

5 free activities for practicing addition, subtraction, doubling and number recognition!

Hands-on beaded display for no bonds to 10 (",)

Number bonds to 10 display board

My two daughters, and ages 6 and 8 are both learning their times tables. I've been helping them along the way - and learning too abou...