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"Mathified" squares game - a fun, no-prep multiplication facts game to use in your math centers!

Here's a set of 24 summer and beach themed task cards with story problems using the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

This Interactive Math Notebook contains seven foldables explaining types of data. Each of the foldables can be used to introduce the concept and then students can refer back to each topic for review throughout the school year.Included in this download:*Photos and instructions on how to assemble the foldables*Math Notebook Cover page*Math Notebook Table of Contents*Topic Cover page*Foldables for data vocabulary, line plots, pictographs, and bar graphs*Please download the preview to see…

Wow! In-class, peer practice, daily fact fluency timings and home practice all in one place! Check it out.

On a real "menu" kick- I like that this lesson has students apply math skills to a real world environment (in this case, a restaurant):

Fun Games 4 Learning: Domino Math Games. Do same thing, except with addition.

***FREEBIE*** Multiplication Strategies Freebie and 10 Multiplication Center Ideas

Addition and Subtraction Key Words.