Getting students (and teachers!) hooked on teaching fractions is all about keeping students engaged in deep thinking.  Check out this post with an easy trick to try to get more thinking,more math talk, and more understanding!

Fraction Number Sense and Math Discourse Part 1

Learning how to navigate fractions can be tricky--and many students have only a basic understanding of how to place fractions on a number line. Check out this p

First Grade A to Z: Back to the Grind and lots of Freebies!

Back to the Grind and lots of Freebies!

I posted one similar to this right beside my number line. It helped the students know which way to travel on the number line. This year, I want to add the missing number aspect for number sense.

Hop Along the Number Line: Addition and Subtraction using a number line for numbers 0 to 10, great for kindergarten math centers.

Addition and Subtraction with a Number Line

I made a new activity pack to work on addition and subtraction with our kindergarten students. Number Lines are very useful tools for teaching these math skills and I made this new activity pack to…

Students fill in the missing numbers on these 60 number line strips that deal with counting forwards and backwards by 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's. Grade 1, 2, and 3 students will get practice skip counting at a this hands-on math center.

Counting on a Number Line Center

Students fill in the missing numbers on these 60 number line strips that deal with counting forwards and backwards by and Grade and 3 students will get practice skip counting at a this hands-on math center.

Use number lines to support number sense.  Make a number with painter's tape and use 0, 50 and 100 as benchmarks.

Quick Math Tip - Making Number Lines with Painter's Tape

Use number lines to support number sense. Make a number with painter's tape and use 50 and 100 as benchmarks. Great way to teach number place. Could be adapted for whole class instruction.

Dice, subitizing cards, center tubs, number lines – oh my! Our 1st grade math routines require so many resources and manipulatives. While Donors Choose, Go Fund Me accounts, and school funds are great options, homemade math tools can be a simple, inexpensive way to stock our math toolboxes! Today I’ve shared some of my favorite...

Math Tools You Can Make At Home

Dice, subitizing cards, center tubs, number lines – oh my! Our grade math routines require so many resources and manipulatives. While Donors Choose, Go Fund

Printable Number Line 1-100. Prints on two pages. Perfect for skip counting/multiples patterns. Also great for showing addition, subtraction, multiplication or division on a number line. Great for all grade levels.

Printable Number Line Prints on two pages. Perfect for skip counting/multiples patterns. Also great for showing addition, subtraction, multiplication or division on a number line. Great for all grade levels.

Mrs. Math Geek: 7th Grade Math Anchor Charts

I decided to have my grade Pre Algebra students use anchor charts this year. I didn& think I would like them or my kids, but they absol.

Primary teachers will love this FREE math learning game that gets kids moving on a human number line while practicing their addition skills. This math activity can be modified to work with any set of math flash cards and to practice math facts.

Human Number Line Math Game

Using a life size number line would be a fun way to get active in the classroom. My higher students could do addition, and my lower students could find numbers and count to them on the line.

I have a confession, number lines are my favorite tools for adding and subtracting with my young learners.  I always teach how to use them, but I don't spend very much time on them.  My main issue is

Free Number Line Activities Your Students Will Love (School Is a Happy Place)

Pinterest
Search