# Number Sense

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I love learning about arrays because they are so visual which allows for a lot of really fun rectangular arrays activities and practice! I l...

I love learning about arrays because they are so visual which allows for a lot of really fun rectangular arrays activities and practice! I l...

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

Building number sense in first grade can seem daunting but with the right number sense activities and lessons, it can be a lot of fun! In th...

Need a great mental math game? Items to Gather: wooden sticks Sharpies Instructions: Step 1: First start with your first stick and write start. Step 2: Next ... Read moreDIY Metal Math Game

Hi! I'm Susie! I'm a curriculum developer at Panicked Teacher. On my blog, I share classroom tips, teaching ideas and upper elementary resources.

I love the idea of these FREE skip counting bookmarks! What a great way to remember to practice skip counting. Keep these in your math book and us

I love finding all kinds of fun ideas for my teachers out on the web. I live on Twitter getting rock star ideas from my PLN. I also venture out into other realms of Educational Blogs, Pinterest, Te…

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!

Exciting lesson ideas, classroom strategies, teaching tips, book lists, videos, and reproducibles in a daily blog by teachers from the classrooms of extraordinary mentor

11 Ways to Master Multiplication! Mastering Multiplication facts is such an important skill for 3rd grade. If students can master the basics, all other math concepts are so much easier to learn.

Spring has FINALLY sprung in Atlanta…and it has brought with it a week + of rainy days and more POLLEN than can be imagined…my kids haven’t been outside ALL week! Thank goodness for GoNOODLE indoor recess and the relase of Pop Se Ko 2.0! “My hands are high, my feet are low…BUT outside, outside, we can’t go!” So, being stuck inside for some dreary days has meant I was desperate for some ways to brighten up our classroom and hallways…with bright paper and math crafts of course! My sweet…

Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.