Throughout my years of teaching, I have found that one math concept really confuses my students each and every year: elapsed time. Although there are many ways to tackle these problems, I have found that the t-chart method is the best way for the students to neatly organize their information without getting overwhelmed. The students pick their own intervals of time with which to work, and you can offer as much or as little support as needed.

Katie Minor

This pack has a range of activities that will help your children learn their numbers to 100! This pack will allow children to explore counting in 1's and in 10's in fun and engaging ways. Following the Common Core standard K.CC.AA.1.This pack includes-Colorful 100 chart poster-counting from 0 to 100 sheets x 10 ( 0-10, 10-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 70-80, 80-90, 90-100)- Coloring in 100's chart printable- Write the missing number chart work x 5- Chart puzzle page- Sequencing numbers ...

This ❤ Google Interactive Activity ❤ is an engaging practice of finding "Solving Polynomial Equations" . When my students completed this activity they said: "We should do more of this". This products assess many aspects of solving Polynomial Equations. I strongly encourage you to see the "SHORT VIDEO" that I've attached in the preview. I hope that you find it beneficial.

This holiday math activity is a great way to review and practice problem-solving during the holiday season. Multiple ways are provided to differentiate the activity to different learning levels. Students are provided with information about what items are needed to make different gifts at Santa's workshop and the cost of those items. Students must determine how much of each item is needed and what the total cost of those items will be given the quantities needed for each problem.

Vestal's 21st Century Classroom

Elapsed Time True or False Prove It! is a valuable activity to assess student's understanding of elapsed time through error analysis. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Elapsed-Time-True-or-False-Prove-It-Task-Cards-1710896

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Christmas math activities for first grade and higher level kindergarten. No prep, cut and paste and pencil tasks with the option to color in. Includes sequencing, visual discrimination, simple word problems, true or false, addition and subtraction to 20, categorizing and skip counting.

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This set of task cards includes 32 word problems that require students to use different combinations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve the problems. Task cards are perfect for centers, independent practice, partner work, and more!This set includes:- 32 color task cards- 32 black and white task cards- recording sheet- answersThis product works well with:Clue Words Bundle:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Word-Problem-Clue-Words-BUNDLE-2152122CUBES Set:...

In this file I've included directions on how I use different models to review/reteach adding and subtracting integers as well as multiplying integers. Also included:- Two worksheets: One adding/subtracting integers and one on multiplying integers- Answer keys- Modeling instructions*************************************************************************If you like these worksheets, be sure to check out my Modeling Integer task cards (adding and subtracting integers).

These 48 task cards are perfect for reinforcing key third grade common core math standards. Questions are formatted in PARCC style, making these task cards a great way to prepare for standardized testing.Set includes:48 task cardsrecording sheetanswersClip Art available at:http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/ScrappinDoodles

These 14 math games are easy to prep, need minimal materials and are a FUN way to practice key math skills including:- math logic and reasoning- solving multi-step equations- fact fluency (with an emphasis on multiplication)Way to use the games:- incorporate games into your math lesson- use games as centers- offer games to early finishers- use games during class reward time- the possibilities are endless!Included:- student friendly directions for 14 different math games- game boards- recordi...

Halloween Counting . Increase number sense, and counting and cardinality when you add these 2 hands on activities to your math centers in October. Kids will order numbers from 1-10 and count out a specific set. This resosurce is already differentiated for you and aligned with the common core. Two sets of cards are included, one with just numbers and one set with dots.

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