15 brilliant ways to use a hundred chart. Lots of great math games teaching the numbers 1-120. 15 brilliant ways to use a hundred chart. Lots of great math games teaching the numbers 1-120. #13 is my favorite!!

This is the perfect game for kids, in or out of the classroom! It's such a fun way to practice math skills and vocabulary. I use these in a math center or for indoor recess. Check out the various game board versions.

FREE. These free pizza fraction printables are a great way to have fun and learn about equivalent fractions. This is a great resource for our visual learners, especially those with autism. Great for older students with special learning needs as well. Download this FREEBIE at: http://lifeovercs.com/free-pizza-fraction-printable-activities/

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Use a image like this to introduce algebra. Ask students to try to solve then class discussion about the correct answer. Then relate to the equations 3x=45, x+2y=21, y+z=7 and z+x+y=?

Math from School Time Snippets: FREE printable - Fractions BINGO Game

Lots of Place Value Learning Ideas - Slilding numbers with the game musical chairs! Split the class in two. Set up chairs (labeled with place values) on both sides of the room for each team. The number of chairs you need depends on what place values you are teaching. Next, throw single dig

Free printable place value game for learning expanded form from Little Learning Lovies and Kids Activities Blog.

Expanded Form- Fill in the chart to show how many hundreds, tens and ones make up the number. Great place value practice for 2nd Grade!