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Math manipulatives are essential for teaching math well. These are the top manipulatives you should have on hand in your homeschool.  #homeschoolmath #mathmanipulatives #teachingmath

Math manipulatives are essential for teaching math well. These are the top manipulatives you should have on hand in your homeschool. #homeschoolmath #mathmanipulatives #teachingmath

10 Ways to Support Students with Hyperactivity & Attention Needs - Teaching with Jillian Starr

I know I am not alone when I say that I struggle to sit through staff meetings without doodling on my paper, shifting in my seat, getting up to use the bathroom and occasionally whispering with my teacher friend next to me. Now, these are every other week, and only for an hour. Every time I leave, I […]

Math Models to Compare Fractions – FREE Download – Math Tech Connections

Time for fractions! Whether you get a jolt of excitement or a sense of fear upon hearing those words, you’ve come to the right place. In this series on Comparing Fractions, we’ll take a look at how students are introduced to the concept in 3rd grade through mastery in 4th grade. Best of all, this […]

Pool noodle fraction manipulatives. All you need is 3 pool noodles, a knife and black permanent marker.

Pool noodle fraction manipulatives. All you need is 3 pool noodles, a knife and black permanent marker.

Free printable fraction strips, or fraction bars for your math learning centers. Make your own math manipulatives with our free printable fraction sheets. Print in color or black and white.

Free printable fraction strips, or fraction bars for your math learning centers. Make your own math manipulatives with our free printable fraction sheets. Print in color or black and white.

The ultimate spot for teachers to find math tips and strategies for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. An extensive list of number sense activities and resources are included: books, materials, math manipulatives, and FREE activi

The ultimate spot for teachers to find math tips and strategies for building number sense to 20 in Kindergarten and first grade. An extensive list of number sense activities and resources are included: books, materials, math manipulatives, and FREE activi

Back to School Activities with Magnets

Do you want more fabulous tips and ideas for teaching Early Childhood Education? Join my Facebook Group Early Childhood Education – My Fabulous Class. I love creating hands on centers. Magnets, cookie sheets, and muffin tins are a fun way to do this. The magnets are from the Target Dollar Spot and the cookie sheets ... Read More about Back to School Activities with Magnets

Interlockking Pacon storage containers from Oriental Trading Company make the perfect classroom organization tool.

Do you struggle with classroom organization? Many of us do. I don’t just want my classroom to be organized, but I want it to be beautiful as well. Small manipulatives are especially tricky to keep contained (pardon the pun!). I found the perfect solution with Oriental Trading Company. The Solution I fell in love with […]

10 Math Center Organization Tips to Save You Hours of Prep Work! - Teaching with Jillian Starr

Staying organized is the #1 way I have found to save time! Finding the right systems can take time, but once you have it, say hello to all of the hours you didn't know you had! Below is the math area of my classroom. Today, I'm going to break down 10 of my favorite math center organization tips that really work!

Free Printable Math Manipulatives to support remote teaching and distance learning, as well as providing students with independent math materials, since in most cases, students will not be able to share communal supplies. (base ten blocks, fraction bars, number bonds, ten frames, playing cards, 1 inch square tiles, 1-10 color rods, number lines, hundreds charts, multiplication charts, lank clocks, pattern blocks...etc.

One thing I know for sure is that our use of math manipulatives is going to look very different. With these printable versions, we can use them in the classroom (and not worry about sharing supplies), or send them to families to support remote learning.