This activity is the 2nd edition in the Build It! series. It is designed to give students hand on practice with building two digit numbers, then adding on ones within 100. I personally love to use ten frames with this activity, but you can also use base ten blocks or cubes!
This game is designed to help first grade students (but appropriate for 2nd as well) practice matching standard numbers with expanded form. This game matches Common Core 1.NBT.2. Print, cut, laminate. Have groups of 3-4 students place the cards face down and take turns matching numbers.
This is a practice page correlates with Lesson 2.5 out of the CA Go Math! program. Students need to write the title for the bar graph, label the x-axis & y-axis, choose an appropriate scale, fill in the bar graph, and answer questions about the graph.
These coloring pages provide a great way to review student understanding of basic operations with fractions and mixed numbers. Assign as homework, classwork or something fun to do after an assessment. *Adding and Subtracting Fractions *Multiplying and Dividing Fractions *Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers *Multiply and Divide Mixed Numbers *Converting Fractions to Decimals
Ten Frame Math ToolsIncluded:Ten Frame/Number Classroom PostersLarge Ten Frames (Teacher-Demo)Personal Ten Frame Sets for StudentsTen Frame/Number Deck of CardsTen Frame Deck of Cards**Two teacher resource suggestions.What are ten frames?Ten frames are visual tools for helping students "see" numbers, understand place value, and learn important strategies for mental addition and subtraction.
BUILD = daily 5 for math - love this idea, now just to figure out how to tweak it for early childhood special ed preschool. they only have 2 1/2 hrs a day so that doesn't leave us much time for a good block of math (or any other!) exploration