Tara Jones

### Tara Jones

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My preschooler had so much fun with these free monster number cards... he'll be counting to 100 in no time!

We got to know numbers 1-120 by putting together number puzzles. This was one of the many great ideas I've gotten from mathwire.com 120 Ch...

This is a great way to get kids started on writing their own "number puzzles." This can be differentiated by using various 100s charts (1-100) (100-200) (200-300) (300-400) (etc.). The kids can also make their own puzzles with boxes in all directions.

I LOVE these types of teaching tools. So tactile and clear for many different types of learners. Teaching math using a 100's chart. Simple but very smart idea to get a concept across.

Here's a comparison activity for length. Students receive 5 different colored strips of construction paper that are 1"x6" long. Students cut each strip into 2 unequal pieces and glue them onto the appropriate column of the chart.

Students partner up and have to build the longest chain they can with only one piece of construction paper - use for length unit

Students partner up and have to build the longest chain they can with only one piece of construction paper - use for length unit