## Difference from 100 Math Game

Making 100 is nearly as important a skill as making 10, and the two skills are clearly related. This Difference from 100 math game will have your students composing 100…

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## Difference from 100 Math Game

## Dodecahedron craftivity

## Modeling Division

## Visualzing algebra using part/whole thinking

## The Standard Algorithm for Multidigit Addition and Subtraction in 3 Easy Steps

## Online Multiplication Fact Practice Game

## Understanding CRA

## Modeling Place Value Relationships

## Math Puzzles for the Win!

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Making 100 is nearly as important a skill as making 10, and the two skills are clearly related. This Difference from 100 math game will have your students composing 100…

Are you looking for a fun end-of-year project? Or a creative way for students to reflect on a math unit? Enter the dodecahedron! *This post contains affiliate links, which simply…

It’s impossible to overstate the importance of the third grade math curriculum. Students get their first real exposure to multiplication, division, and fractionsโall critical math ideas. We must approach instruction…

I recently presented at NCTM‘s regional conference in Seattle. The theme of the conference wasย Everyone Belongs Here. Here’s more on that from their website: The conference will explore instructional practices…

Are you a 2nd Grade teacher who loses sleep over teaching the standard algorithm for multidigit addition and subtraction? Or a 3rd or 4th grade teacher trying to remediate students…

Are you looking for an engaging way for your students to practice their multiplication facts? Well, of course you are! Check out this engaging multiplication fact practice game! Math Lines,…

If you teach elementary math, then you have probably heard plenty about the concrete, representational, abstract sequence of instruction. It’s usually shortened to CRA. The idea is that concrete and…

They sometimes say that math is the science of patterns, and maybe nowhere is that more apparent than in our place value system. Unfortunately, we often teach place value at…

Who doesn’t love a good puzzle? We engage students in algebraic thinking and productive struggle when we use math puzzles! Read about various types of math puzzles you can use…