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My Mathematics Matching, 1-10 in 3 forms. Numbers, words, and objects

My Mathematics Matching, in 3 forms. Kids sometimes have trouble putting these concepts together!

My students beg to play Bingo, and while playing they'll identify more decimals in this simple game than they would on any worksheet. After playing Bingo once, a few days later we review again by racing to find answers. Both ways are a great review of decimals!

Print and laminate the 35 included Bingo cards and then project slides showing different representations of decimals. (ones place to hundredths place) Students will identify the decimal on the projection and then cover it on their Bingo cards.

Modeling lines and angles using toothpicks... Students describe each in an index card glued to the back

Modeling lines and angles using toothpicks. Let students describe each in their own words on an index card glued to the back. You can also glue spaghetti on the cards.

Units of customary capacity model - pin does not go to a page but you can see how this was created from the photo.

Since we have a similar fraction display, it seems that this would help my students understand the concept of measurement conversion! Units of customary capacity model - pin does not go to a page but you can see how this was created from the photo.

Paper plate models for fractions or angles. Simple but effective! Great way to help kids see fractional parts without all the lines drawn in.

Grade 6 fractions/percents Paper plate models for fractions or angles. Simple but effective! I saw this used in a grade class on Monday with percentages and it was amazing!

How to use base 10 manipulatives to model decimal numbers and write expanded forms for those numbers.

How to use base 10 manipulatives to model decimal numbers and write expanded forms for those numbers. I've been using legos with Lauren teaching fractions also.

Here's a Frayer Model template for use with number of the day activities. Students must write the number in word form, expanded notation, using base ten blocks, and with a place value table.

Here's a Frayer Model template for use with number of the day activities. Students must write the number in word form, expanded notation, using base ten blocks, and with a place value table.