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Daily math warm up

Number of the day chart. Great daily math warm up to get the students in the right mindset. Can build number sense across grade levels if this is utilized consistently building-wide.

Students analyze the mistakes they make in math... Great thinking! from Math is Elementary (blog)

I guess I should pin my own anchor chart.Teaching students how to identify the types of math mistakes they have made, and how to fix them. This is an extension of my 'Making Math Matter' chart.

Math thinking maps! These would be great for multiplication and division too!

Math thinking maps - Like a freyer model and a circle map combined - Would be great with vocabulary.

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Would be a great interactive bulletin board! Kids come up with their own math problems and make a magnifying glass. Lift the first flap for the question, and the second flap for the answer.

These fun 2nd grade math centers are perfect for October math practice or a Halloween math party! Your second graders practice addition and subtraction of 2 or 3-digit numbers, working with number lines, missing addends, place value, the associative property, money, time, number words to 100, expanded form and decomposing numbers.

Halloween Math Centers with Number Lines and More

These fun grade math centers are perfect for October math practice or a Halloween math party! Your second graders practice addition and subtraction of 2 or numbers, working with number lines, missing addends, place value, the associative prope

fun place value game with name. from this blog: http://stepintosecondgrade.blogspot.ca/

1 & 2 Give the kids place value blocks to make their name. have them calculate the value of their name. I am so doing this in our math journals this week! - Step into Grade with Mrs. Lemons: More Mudge and Place Value!

Place value game using playing cards. Ask students to draw 2 or 3 cards and then ask them to make a number with the least or greatest value.

Place value game using playing cards. Ask students to draw 2 or 3 cards and then ask them to make a number with the least or greatest value. Have the model the number with place value blocks.

Equivalent fractions using a multiplication chart. BRILLIANT!! No one ever showed me this in school!

Maths, Fractions - Equivalent fractions using a multiplication chart. No one ever showed me this in school!

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