Use any of 3 options to make an authentic log cabin with wrapping paper cardboard tubes or paper towel cardboard tubes as your main building supplies! Dfferentiated options are appropriate for grades 3-6.
Some kids have trouble with fractions that equal one. They may be baffled as to why a fraction such as 5/5 equals one and the function it serves in a mixed fraction. Check
out these free anchor charts that may help with this problem.
How do the old dots and squares games support learning for students? There's a multitude of ways! Find tips on how to make these and 3 completed sample games here!
Need some quick and easy flashcards that won't get lost? Glue these down in those interactive notebooks. Free for you.
Take a look at these wonderful Christmas gift catalogs. Specifically for Kids and teachers.
Combine language arts and math learning with crafts. Give the kids a little fun "engineering" to do with making this cool pumpkin spinner/hanger.
Here is "On the Road to 100" chart.
Looking for a confusion-free and fun "count to 100" chart? The learner will "drive right through" this chart without encountering any "dead ends" on the road to 100.
Oswego School District provides an outstanding website resource.