# Math Stations | Grades K - 12

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6th Grade Prime Factorization & Greatest Common Factor Powerpoint Lesson

Sixth Grade Prime Factorization and Greatest Common Factor teach students how to find the GCF and use a factor tree to find all the factors of a number. To see this product click Visit. #primefactorization #factors #greatestcommonfactor #factortrees

Making Multiplication Fun: Engaging 3rd Graders with Games - Fun to Teach

Making Multiplication Fun: Engaging 3rd Graders with Games - Making Multiplication Fun: Engaging 3rd Graders with Games - Multiplication is a cornerstone of elementary math, and incorporating multiplication games into your teaching toolkit can make a significant difference. These games not only make multiplication fun and more engaging but also help students grasp complex concepts while developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. READ MORE HERE!

5th Grade Long Division Bundle

Fifth Grade Long Division Bundle is made up of 7 separate powerpoint lessons : Dividing 3 Digits by 1 Digit, Dividing with Zeros in the Quotient, Dividing 4 Digits by 2 Digits, Determining Quotient Estimates, Strategies for Difficult Division, Remainders, and Short Division. These lessons teach students how to do long division using a one and two digit divisor and uses mnemonics to help remember the steps of division. A review of the basics of division precedes each lesson. #longdivision

Making Multiplication Fun: Engaging 3rd Graders with Games - Fun to Teach

Making Multiplication Fun: Engaging 3rd Graders with Games - Multiplication is a cornerstone of elementary math, and incorporating multiplication games into your teaching toolkit can make a significant difference. These games not only make multiplication fun and more engaging but also help students grasp complex concepts while developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. READ MORE HERE!

3rd Grade Addition Bundle

3rd Grade Addition Bundle is made up of 6 powerpoint lessons and 6 Easal Assessments. The lessons cover 3 to 5 digits adding with regrouping. Conceptual understanding is taught with base ten blocks, and the "take apart strategy". There are 266 slides and 120 assessment questions. Teaching has never been easier: no prep, no paper. Everything is digital and auto-graded.

Making Multiplication Fun: Engaging 3rd Graders with Games - Fun to Teach

Making Multiplication Fun: Engaging 3rd Graders with Games - Fun to Teach Using games as a teaching tool offers numerous benefits. They help increase student engagement, develop problem-solving skills, boost confidence in math, and improve memory retention of key concepts. Moreover, students learn to work cooperatively, which is beneficial both academically and socially.

Addition Facts Bundle

First Grade Addition Facts Bundle - This is perfect for distance learning on Zoom or similar formats. Use powerpoint lessons to teach the basic facts by using patterns, strategies, picture prompts and mnemonics. Then follow up with practice and checking for understanding using matching boom card sets. On top of that it is powerful when used in the regular classroom. It teaches students all the 100 basic addition facts. #1stgrade #additionfacts

6th Grade Fraction Bundle Powerpoint Lessons

6th Grade Fractions Bundle Powerpoint Lessons - is powerful when used as direct instruction in the classroom, on-line, or individually. It is made up of 7 powerpoint lessons: 1 - Greatest Common Factor and Simplifying, 2 - Least Common Multiple and Least Common Denominator, 3 - Addition and Subtraction of Unlike Denominators, 4 - Addition and Subtraction of Mixed Numbers, 5 - Multiplying Fractions, 6 - Division of Fractions and the Reciprocal, 7 - Division of Mixed Numbers.

Teaching Multiple Language Levels - Fun to Teach

Teaching multiple language levels to students at different language proficiency levels can be incredibly challenging. It requires careful planning and adaptability to meet the needs of all learners. Here are some strategies I use to effectively juggle these mixed language levels: READ MORE HERE!