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Upper elementary math

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My Math Resources - Operations Key Words Bulletin Board Posters

Use this resource to create large, vivid, and beautiful math bulletin board posters! You can create these anchor charts with any printer! Great posters for any middle school or upper elementary mat…

Math Interventions

When determining which students need a math intervention program, we to understand WHY they are struggling.

Math Workshop Ideas for Upper Elementary - Teaching with a Mountain View

Whether you have 45 minutes or 90 minutes for your block math, how you set it up can make or break the progress you’re able to make with your students. I’ve had such varying setups for math, but for FIVE of the years I taught, I had split math blocks… all of those years, I had part of the block before lunch or specials and part of it after. Designing our math schedule was critical to make the most of every single minute. This is also such a common question I get, so today I’m chatting about…

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The ULTIMATE List of Fraction Activities - Teaching with a Mountain View

Hi There! I don't know about you, but we are knee deep in our study of fractions. There is so much to learn and so little time to learn it all! I have posted several times about different activities we have done, particularly around fraction operations, but this time the focus is ALL on fraction concepts! There are so many basic concepts we have to cover: simplifying fractions, finding equivalent fractions, working with fractions on a number line, comparing fractions, improper fractions and…

Math Projects: Differentiated Hands-On Learning - Teaching with a Mountain View

When I’m looking for rigorous practice that’s so fun the students almost forget they’re learning, I turn to math projects! These projects hold so much learning power with their real-world connections, differentiation options, collaborative learning opportunities, and numerous avenues for cross curricular learning too. PLUS they’re printable and digital for even more flexibility.

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Student Choice: Ideas to Demonstrate Learning

Do you ever get tired of the same old "teach then test" routine?? I know that I definitely do! And if we're tired of the same old routine, you have to imagine that our students are too! There are so many ways for students to demonstrate their learning. I recently created Math Menus that provide students with choice when it comes to showing what they have learned. While more formal assessments still play an important role, I think our students appreciate choosing their own methods to…

Early Finishers and Gifted – {Free} Printables

Do you dread having early finishers in your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade classroom? Every classroom has them. Grab some free challenges in this post!

Getting Started with Tier 3 Math Intervention - The Math Spot

My first year teaching math intervention I was in over my head by the second week of school. Funny thing is, by the second week of school I really hadn't done

Math Escape Rooms

I cannot tell you how much my students and I LOVE completing math escape rooms. They are some of my favorite activities of the entire year.

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Rounding Activities For Upper Elementary
Teaching money has never been easier with these NO PREP money games and activities! If you are a teacher, check out this video on the BEST interactive games to teach money! Your students will love these games and most importantly, will learn how to identify money, count money and be proficient with anything money! Perfect for K-12 Special Education & elementary math! Did you know students learn more when they participate in interactive activities? Well….. HERE YOU GO :)
Place Value Games 4th Grade & 5th Grade, Anchor Chart, Digital Online Activities Printable Dice Game
Using Classroom Procedures to Teach Independence