### Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom. Teacher Giveaways

Gloria James

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Boost your math skills with these top tips and tricks for mastering math facts. Learn how to improve your speed and accuracy in a fun and engaging way.

Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom. Teacher Giveaways

Gloria James

We are taking a slight detour on our current focus on subtraction to let you know that we have just listed a new pack of addition games to help students become familiar with addition facts. These 5 games will help your sweet friends practice single digit addition, with fluency, from 0+1 to 9+9. Students begin fact fluency memorization when they have mastered strategies for addition. These games are brightly colored for engagment, require no cutting - print, laminate if desired and you are…

Susan Alvarez

Let's face it, learning math facts is important. Here are 10 ways to drill math facts to help improve your child's recall of important facts.

Tina Robertson | Time-Tested Beginner's Tips | Homeschool Expert

10 multiplication games and activities for teaching multiplication. Students will love learning their multiplication facts, building fluency and strategies.

Petq Teo

Amazing free printable division charts for students to learn their division facts. Students can practice memorization skills with these division charts.

Tiffanii Ferreira

With the rise of educational pages, it has become obvious that social media has so much more to offer than fakery that destroys people’s mental health and irrational obsession with looks. Accounts with random facts and trivia, cool historical photos and ‘did you know that?’ interesting stories seem to be popping up everywhere right now, because the demand is big. You see, it seems like people really want to get something useful out of their feeds.

Carrie Marshall

1. I, V, X, L, C, D, M aren't the only letters used in Roman numerals; "S" is used to represent ½ along with dots for other fractions.

K Hernandez

WhatsApp Puzzles with Answers: Latest Jokes, puzzles, riddles, quiz, funny pics and WhatsApp messages you can share in your groups.

Ahmed Band

Need inspiration for your kindergarten, first grade, second grade, or third grade classroom? Find many teaching ideas and educational resources here!

Rocio Perez

Build fact fluency with these engaging games and activities. Check out these super fun and creative ways to help your students stay engaged.

Melissa May