In this free item you will find 5 booklets that you can use in your classroom. If you find them helpful and would like to see the bundle, please visit this page.
The following tri-folds are included in this download:
- 3.OA.2 - Booklet #2
- 3.NF.1 - Booklet #2
- 3.MD.2 - Booklet #2
- 3.NBT.1 - Booklet #1
- 3.G.1 - Booklet #3
WAYS TO USE:
* Introduce a specific standard whole group
* Use in small group to practice/reteach a specific standard
* Place in an independent math workshop center
* Use the 3rd tri-fold as an ASSESSMENT!
Keywords: Free Math , math, math test prep, word problems, 3rd grade, test prep, assessment, math centers
Author: Math Tech Connections
This is a no-prep mini-book designed to help students practice making combinations to 10. Students will use a bingo dauber, stickers, or crayons to complete 10 frames and then fill in an addition sentence.
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Keywords: Free Math , math, kindergarten, printables
Author: Katie Roltgen
Making data collection part of your daily routine is easy with these graphing cards. Students will take a genuine interest because they will get to cast their vote on a regular basis to a variety of kid friendly questions. Each survey question comes with 2-4 picture choices making it easy for you to differentiate according to the needs of your students.
The graphing questions and choices are designed to fit in a rectangular pocket chart (approximately 12 x 30 – chart not included), but can also be displayed just as easily on a board using magnetic tape. The students cast their vote by placing a small colored rectangle above their choice. Check out the picture in the preview to see exactly what I mean.
How I Use This Product:
Display the question and choices either on the board or in a pocket chart. Each day choose 5-10 students to cast their votes and then interpret the results as a class. Because new students get to cast their votes each day, the graph is constantly changing and can be reinterpreted everyday. To create the opportunity for higher level questioning, have your boys cast their vote using a different color than the girls. Once everyone has had a chance to vote, it’s time to choose a new question! Would you prefer to a different graphing question each day? Check out my Daily Graphing Questions Bundle which contains 195 questions!
I have also included a printable graphing worksheet that you be used in conjunction with these cards. The worksheet is designed to be used with any of the graphing questions and requires that the students use the data collected by their classmates to create a tally chart, a bar graph, a picture graph and then finally to use their math thinking to write about their graphs and the data that was collected. This is a great way to occasionally assess the students’ understanding.
Keywords: Free Math , math, graphing, mental math, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, fun stuff, printables, math centers
Author: Busy Bee Creations
Subtraction Freebie Practice Sheets
Common Core Aligned: K.OA.1-2
Inside the Packet:
-5 subtraction practice sheets
Keywords: Free Math , math, arithmetic, numbers, prek, kindergarten, 1st grade, homeschooler, free math worksheets, printables, math centers
Author: Tara West
A fun way to help students practice identifying and sorting 2-D and 3-D shapes. Students can cut and paste, or just sort the shapes. You can also print and use the shape cards for various math activities and games.
Keywords: Free Math , math, geometry, tools for common core, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, free math worksheets, activities, math centers
Author: Apples and Bananas Education
Are your kids working on place value? Do they need some extra practice with counting tens and ones (up to 120)? If so, these 16 color task cards would be great to add to your math stations this winter season!
Keywords: Free Math , math, winter, place value, 1st grade, 2nd grade, homeschooler, activities, math centers, task cards
Author: Shoelaces and Sugar Cookies
These posters show a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter with the word, picture, and various versions of the value.
Two options are included--colorful or printer friendly version!
Print these out and display in your classroom to help your students with coin recognition and counting.
Enjoy this FREEBIE and don't forget to check out my Money Games pack which includes 5 fun games including I have, Who has, Task Cards (Scoot), and MORE!
Keywords: Free Math , basic operations, measurement, numbers, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, printables, posters
Author: Love of First
This Number of the Day sheet helps students to develop number sense by helping students to think about a number in a variety of different ways. This handout is intended for numbers 1-100.
In this activity, students are asked to...
- solve number sentences
- determine if a number is even or odd
- determine what is one more and one less, ten more and ten less
- fill in tens frames
- draw tally marks
- make that amount using coins
- identify the number of hundreds, tens, and ones
It could be used as part of a math assessment or as a daily math center or activity.
Keywords: Free Math , basic operations, numbers, mental math, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, activities, assessment, math centers
Author: Nicole O'Connor - Teach from the Soul
This fun Factors Game helps kids to more fully understand what prime factorization is all about. By systematically finding the factors of different numbers, kids will see the prime numbers magically appear. This game helps kids connect the meaning of prime numbers, composite numbers, greatest common factor, prime factorization, and least common multiple. There are many different types of strategies you can use to adapt the game. One strategy is to have one student do evens and another do odds.
Numbers like 60 that have a lot of factors will become more practiced in students' minds after playing this game. Another way to play the game is to use dimes or something that will cover the numbers and then seeing how many dimes end up on a square. In other words, how many times will the number "3" be a factor for the different numbers in this chart. You can also tie the rules of divisibility to this game so that students can think about whether numbers such as 2, 3, or 5 are factors of a specific number.
If you have a lot of different students you can assign them each a number from the game and once they play they can decide whether their assigned number makes them a "prime" or "composite." Challenge students to see if there are rows and columns they can dismiss as composites by using the divisibility rules.
When using this game in a traditional classroom setting, you can connect the different methods for finding prime factorization, such as factor trees, to the factors on the game board.
In addition to giving students ample time to practice factorization, this game allows them to use problem-solving strategies and patterns to beat their opponents. Students learn about prime factorization and have fun at the same time!
Keywords: Free Math , math, numbers, other (math), 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, homeschooler, activities, games, math centers
Multiplication for Beginners
Using Arrays to Identify Multiples of 1, 2, & 3
-A mini-book of arrays. Students will identify the array by writing the number of boxes across and the number down and then solve.
-Identifying Arrays- Cut and paste the arrays into each correct column. Students must decide is they are multiplying by factors of 1 or 2.
-Multiplication Review Sheet for Multiples of 1, 2 & 3. Can be used as an informal assessment.
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Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, other (math), 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, activities, printables, math centers
Author: Kristi Luckenbaugh
B10 Block graphics of cube, long, and flat in 3D. Yours to use FREE!
Clip Art by Carrie
Keywords: Free Math , math, place value, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, clip art
Author: Clip Art by Carrie Teaching First
These fun riddles will get your students thinking about 2D shapes and their attributes. Two sets of riddles are included:
"Riddle Me This!" is an easier version with answers including triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, polygon.
"Riddle Me That!" is more challenging with answers including right triangle, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, rhombus, parallelogram, and square.
Not only will your students be having fun solving the riddles, they will be learning and practicing skills on the common core:
2.G.1 Recognize shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, and pentagons, hexagons.
These riddles are a small part of my 2D Geometry for Kids Megaset!
If you like what you see, please consider buying from me in the future! Thanks!
Keywords: Free Math , geometry, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, homeschooler, free math worksheets, assessment, printables
Author: Crystal Spencer
Work mats to use with manipulatives included:
2 digit addition and subtraction without regrouping.
Addition with regrouping.
Subtraction with regrouping\u002Fborrowing.
I put the mats in sheet protectors and use white board markers before we ever get to the recording sheets.
You can use base ten blocks or any other manipulative that you can make into tens and ones.
There are also recording sheets for each one.
Keywords: Free Math , basic operations, 1st grade, 2nd grade, minilessons, printables, math centers
A Bingo Game Printable for your students. The students cut and paste the fraction pictures to create individualized Game Boards. Includes Bingo Calling Cards for the teacher. Could also be used for a math center.
Keywords: Free Math , fractions, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, activities, games, math centers
Author: Amber Polk
A fun Cross Number Puzzle to reinforce approximating numbers to nearest ten, hundred, thousand.
This math resource includes:
Cross number Puzzle
Ideal for cooperative grouping, peer to peer or individually.
Keywords: Free Math , math, numbers, 5th grade, activities, fun stuff
Author: Refreshing MATHS
These Addition and Subtraction Strategy Bracelets complement our Magic of Math Unit 2 for Second Grade students. Your students can make these bracelets as a reminder for each strategy learned.
Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, 2nd grade, fun stuff
Author: Amy Lemons
Counting Fingers Clip Art Freebie - I hope you enjoy this free clip art set. Check out some of the other free clip art in my shop. I'm always adding more, and I would love to have your feedback on this freebie and my other clip art products. Have fun!
There are a total of 6 high quality transparent PNGs 300 dpi which can easily be layered and re-sized. The set includes all the graphics shown.
I hope you enjoy this clip art and find it useful. If you want additional colors and styles of hands, click the link below.
Keywords: Free Math , math, for all subject areas, prek, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, adult education, homeschooler, staff, clip art
Author: Sticky Foot Studio
Fractions Bowling Center: Fractions FREE Bowling Fun - Practice fractions with this fun little activity.
Go to my:
Fractions blog post
for directions on how to play
and other fun fractions tips :)
You need a set of 10 bowling pins and a ball for kids to play.
(Many dollar stores have tiny miniature bowling sets if you want them to do it while remaining at their desks instead of the kid size bowling sets)
Keywords: Free Math , math, fractions, 1st grade, 2nd grade, activities, printables, math centers
Author: Miss Giraffe
Kids love solving puzzles! Spring Line-up gives your students practice reading ordinal numbers and using positional words correctly as they solve reading puzzles. A great activity for spring-themed centers, following directions, and independent practice and a good way to assess mastery of ordinal numbers.
Directions for Use
3 Cut and paste activities
2 pages of spring critter pictures
1 page of task cards
These activities can be differentiated.
Students may read the sentences independently and then follow directions or the teacher may read the directions aloud and use as a Following Directions activity.
WHAT TEACHERS ARE SAYING!
"This is so cute and creative! Ordinal numbers are so tricky for some children. This will be a fun way to practice."
" I work with ELs, and these will be great activities to use with the students."
"This was great for not only working on ordinal numbers and positional words but also for following oral directions(as the reading level was a bit above my students)."
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Keywords: Free Math , vocabulary, numbers, spring, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, homeschooler, activities, printables, literacy center ideas
Author: Laura Martin
This little set of place value cards is an invaluable help to any teacher teaching place value. This set comes ready to build any whole number up to 999,999,999. I have used these cards in my classroom for years and like to keep them laminated with a magnet on the back for easy use on the board. You could also use them in a pocket chart, with small groups or centers. They would also make a great reference bulletin board.
This set comes in both color and black and white so that you can choose how to print it.
If you like these, but wish they had decimals as well check out my Place Value Cards - Whole Numbers and Decimals
Keywords: Free Math , numbers, place value, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, activities, math centers
Author: Inspiration 4 Education