Lego math games

Math Concepts: Playful learning with Lego math games. What a simple and fun way to learn math concepts.

this would be great for the classroom

Teaching Time to Kids… I know as a child, I had difficulty telling time. This is a super cute idea for younger aged children. I will remember to include this in my future classroom!

Math Monsters for studying "greater-than" and "less-than." write less than and greater than on each side; flip over - tikuista tosiaan kestävämpi kuin paperista

Math Monsters make greater-than, less-than, and equal signs come to life; the monster faces the bigger number and the equal sign faces forward. Its a cute way to teach the concept.

Double paper plate clocks. Fold down to view minutes. Bobby pin clock hands.

Neat clock idea for teaching time! Neat clock idea for teaching time! Neat clock idea for teaching time!

What's Your Magic Number?

Teaching in Progress: What's Your Magic Number? Composing/decomposing numbers Make ladybug addition worksheet as morning work

Free Math Printables for grades 3 - 6 in Laura Candler's online File Cabinet

Free Math Printables for grades 3 - 6 from Laura Candler's online file cabinet. Thank you Laura.saving it for next year:)


Wow, it was an insanely busy weekend and I am so sorry that I forgot to post about our Math folders and books from last week.

Making Math Meaningful: Building a Math Foundation -- Round-up by RainbowsWithinReach

Math in Kindergarten: Making Math Meaningful Visual Prompts for Math Inspiration at RainbowsWithinReach

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Throw dice and build a math game. You can use one or 2 dice. and Duplos, Legos or Linking Cubes.

Preschool Worksheets, Math, Mathematics, Calculus

Fractionpillar - great idea for teaching fractions

Fractionpillar - kids create their own caterpillar & then write out the fractions for each color of the caterpillar (Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: June Joy!

Boy Mama Teacher Mama Time Bingo Games

Time Bingo Games - Time to teach students about telling time. Students can play several O’Clock Card Games in partners and as a group using Coordinate Boards to Play Memory. And today we created our own bingo boards to practice telling time.