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5th Grade Math
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Teaching Place Values
Math Place Value
Place Value Cards
Math Anchor Charts
Best math posters EVER.
Speed dating (exchanging math problems) in the math classroom.
Place Value Games
Place Value Chart
Place Value Activities
Two place value games...cool!
Adding And Subtracting Integers
5th Grade Math
Great strategy! Use this to challenge 4th graders or for 5th and up.
Second Grade Math
First Grade Math
Math Problem Solving
Math Buddy Chat freebie
Negative Numbers Games
Adding Negative Numbers
Read this blog to see how she taught the concept of negative numbers on a number line. (Free printable number line and 'walking man' available on her page!)
Interactive Student Notebooks
Great ideas on how to integrate foldables into your math notebook (or any subject!)
10 Unusual Ways to Explore Math
Using Articles in Math Class...great for gifted kids too!
Decimals to Fractions Freebie - Common Core Aligned with Math.Content.4.NF.C.6, use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100.
Math For Kids
Teaching perimeter, area, and volume.
Guided Math Tubs for 5th grade
Surface Area concept lesson....using pictures to show what I did in class to get the students to think about the concept before learning the algorithm
Math anchor charts can provide a source of visual reference to support student thinking, reasoning and problem solving.
Interactive Math Journals
Number Sense assessment-math journal
Math Centers Done for the YEAR! Check out this blog post about the easiest to prepare and play math centers that cover common core standard! GET 2 FREE GAMES!
FREE Simplifying Fractions Bingo Game from Laura Candler's Teaching Resources
Fifth Grade Math
Turn fractions to decimals to percents foldable
First Day Activities
FREE Place Value Game students will beg to play!
Guided Math Groups
Daily 5 Math
I Love Math
Blog post...one day in the life of our math workshop...
Blog post about asking students to "proofread" your math!