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What's the Question - Tried it Tuesday

Question and Answer board - give students the answer and they have to write a word problem that matches the answer. You can have students do any operation or even 2 step problems. I have my students check each other's questions the next day.

from shoop.

Today’s Number is..?

Super easy math warm-up (would need to be modified for Kinder). You could also differentiate this by including harder questions at the end for students who can quickly complete the first few questions.


As a math interventionist in an urban Massachusetts district, I have worked with my fair share of disinterested students. I enjoy the challenge, and I make it my goal to find a way to connect with each child and help them develop their math skills – no matter their current level. I would like to share three types of activities that have worked for me and my students in middle school math! By Free to Discover.


Anchor charts, freebies, and teaching ideas on how to incorporate a growth mindset into your classroom.

from Life Over Cs

Learning with Cupcake Liners!

Easily adaptable for 2nd-4th grades! Using cupcake liners for math is an easy way to prepare a new activity, especially centers! This counting money game is tons of fun, plus there are other suggestions for using the same format! Love this!