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Number Cards: The numbers in the pocket hundreds chart I inherited this year looked a little worse for wear, so I created these cards to replace them! This FREEBIE includes optional red numbers for the multiples of 5!More Great Math Resources:Guided Math Centers for ALL StrandsIncredible Complete Year-Long Interactive Calendar Math SMART Board + EXTRASAddition to 26 Go FishPlace Value Matching CardsMultiplication "I Have, Who Has?" Card GameTelling Time BINGO: Time to the :15sMath Skill Revi...
Create a Circular Hundreds Chart
We all use 100’s charts, but they’ve never really made sense to me. Why is the 10s place on the right hand side? Shouldn’t the formation of a two-digit number signify a shift to the next row? And, what happened to zero? Introducing the 0-99 Chart that I use in my classroom I used this when...Read More »
More FREE dice games! - The Lesson Plan Diva
Greater/Less Than dice math - Great for students to partner up and complete. Again, I'd suggest using foam or rubber dice from the Dollar Tree or Oriental Trading Co. Or you can make your own dice from cardstock paper. It really does cut down on the noise!