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# Mental maths worksheets

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This past week, we started working on multi-step word problems using the 4 operations. My students always have a hard time with this concept because they get overwhelmed having to incorporate and figure out which of the 4 operations they need to solve for as well as having to perform two different operations in one problem. Too often I see them just guessing rather than really thinking each problem through about what is actually happening in the problem. This week, we did some math skits…

These 40+ free STEM websites: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are for grades 6-12; middle school and high school. Hands on science

Laura Candler's Geometry File Cabinet includes helpful freebies and teaching resources for the upper elementary grades.

Offering practice rounding to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand, this worksheet is sure to help your child rocket to rounding mastery.

This Daily Math Spiral Review is a great way to provide extra practice and review of various math skills taught in second grade. I like to use them as a daily warm up with my students. The skills covered are based on the Common Core Standards. The concepts covered in this Daily Math Spiral Review ...

Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

We are working on telling time in first grade and I wanted to share this cute song in case anyone else is teaching time right now. This is another one of those songs that I have known forever but that I don’t know the origins of- if it’s yours let me know! We’ve been singing […]

Free printables let students sharpen their math skills by solving simple problems in an engaging learning game called "I Have, Who Has?"

Hey friends! I hope you are all doing well! I can't believe it's Sunday already -- You know, the day of lesson plans! Last week was the longest short week of all time for me! We were out Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, of course. Then we had a two hour delay on Tuesday because of the BITTER, BITTER cold! But Man oh MAN! Wednesday-Friday completely dragged and the weekend is flying by -- go figure ;) I should note that I am SO excited today because I finally finished up my February…

My friends ... I know you're just as shocked as I am that it's MARCH already! Seriously, weren't we just decking out our classrooms in hearts, candy, and cupids for Valentines day?! But.. I'll take it! March means SPRING is around the corner! It also means, time to link up with Farley at Oh Boy Fourth Grade for another adorable Currently! Well, my class has been knee deep in money throughout all of February... If only it weren't plastic money! We've been working *so* hard on this whole money…

Free word problem comprehension strategy teaches students to apply reading comprehension strategies using CUBES or CUBED method - FREE!

This is a quick worksheet that has real-world word problems involving elapsed time. Helps students see the relevance of knowing how to figure out how much time has passed. Can be used as a quick assessment or checkpoint also. ...

This Daily Math Spiral Review is a great way to start the day with your second grade students! It is designed to help the students get extra practice and review concepts that have been previously taught in class. These daily math reviews have greatly helped my students to score well on the state t...

This year I am having my students write in math journals to explain how to solve problems. Students need to be writing and discussing math daily. Math journals allow students …