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Practice Tally Marks Fact Families Greater Than, Less than and Equal to     Make Shapes   Practice Place Value  Alphabetical Order

Practice Tally Marks Fact Families Greater Than, Less than and Equal to Make Shapes Practice Place Value Alphabetical Order

popcicle sticks as tally marks...let students make large tally charts by analyzing information from other types of charts and graphs.

popcicle sticks as tally marks...let students make large tally charts by analyzing information from other types of charts and graphs.

Part, Part, Whole-I would probably change the colors like yellow and blue for part and green for whole (as yellow + blue = green).  :)

Part, Part, Whole-I would probably change the colors like yellow and blue for part and green for whole (as yellow + blue = green). :)

Use the idea for these order of operations dominoes and simplify it to a different fourth grade math skill. Turn popsicle sticks into domino pieces where children have to match up problems and correct answers.

Use the idea for these order of operations dominoes and simplify it to a different fourth grade math skill. Turn popsicle sticks into domino pieces where children have to match up problems and correct answers.

Need a larger visual for place value (tens and ones)?  Try pool noodles... clever.

Need a larger visual for place value (tens and ones)? Try pool noodles... clever.

FREEBIE...Plotting a fraction on a number line can be difficult for most students. This freebie gives your students quick practice with that skill and is ali...

FREEBIE...Plotting a fraction on a number line can be difficult for most students. This freebie gives your students quick practice with that skill and is ali...

Although our mid-year doesn't technically begin until mid-January, I use our return from the holidays to shift my classroom's behavior perspective. I no longer call them "Kindergarteners", but instead they're "Almost First Graders".  When things start to get a bit tougher, like their reading and math assignments, I point to the sign and urge them to Get Ready For First Grade. I also go back to our reading charts from September and show them how much they've already accomplished. It's a long…

Although our mid-year doesn't technically begin until mid-January, I use our return from the holidays to shift my classroom's behavior perspective. I no longer call them "Kindergarteners", but instead they're "Almost First Graders". When things start to get a bit tougher, like their reading and math assignments, I point to the sign and urge them to Get Ready For First Grade. I also go back to our reading charts from September and show them how much they've already accomplished. It's a long…

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