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# Math Intervention Ideas

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Subitizing Fun
Subitizing Fun
Multiplication Strategy Poster Freebie
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Coaches, check out this GK-5 classroom walk-through tool to help inform and improve teachers' practices in the classroom. Note that this document varies from the Administrator's version of the same document.
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Administrators, check out this GK-5 classroom walk-through tool to help inform and improve teachers' practices in the classroom. Note that this document varies from the Coach's version of the same document.
Math classroom decoration ideas
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10 Best Missing Number Charts Printable
Missing+Number+Chart+1+50
Skip Counting Nines
nines times table
Favorite Pins Friday
Funky Fresh Firsties: teaching multiplication with colors--this would work great on the smart board to model!
How to Teach Multi-Digit Multiplication and Long Division - Caffeine Queen Teacher
long division anchor chart - this visual strategy helps strugglers learn the steps!
Rounding Anchor Chart. Like the little monster! He could be a mascot :)
Arrays Posters - Free
Free resource: 4 posters that introduce arrays, rows, columns, and repeated addition sentences. Great for second grade math!
Freebie Five for Friday
Multiplication Rhymes for the trickier facts! Laughter and Consistency: Freebie Five for Friday
Dividing Fraction Anchor Chart
What Do You Notice? Target Practice
Another Family Math Night What Do You Notice? poster: Target Practice. This one ties in number recognition, counting, pattern, addition, geometry, even numbers.
What Do You Notice?
For this What Do You Notice? postern, I focused on the relationship between the length and width of rectangles. L x W = Area